Community of Sentient Beings

Hafnarborg Center of Culture and Fine Art Strandgata 34, Hafnarfjörður

This year’s autumn exhibition at Hafnarborg is Community of Sentient Beings, curated by Wiola Ujazdowska and Hubert Gromny. By inviting various professionals – artists, academics, performers – to participate in the exhibition, the aim of the curators is to create a space for multiple voices to come together, while reflecting on different ways of voicing, hearing and sensing. …

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SEQUENCES X – Lucky 3: PUTI

OPEN Grandagarður 27, Reykjavík

The piece PUTI is a social choreography that reflects hyperreality, racial roles and hierarchy by referencing an 8-hour workday. Unreliable narrators at best, our voices speak of diaspora-of people experiencing constant displacement, renovation and salvaging heritage in the face of cultural loss. With an unapologetically unabashed honesty and vulnerability, the collective addresses issues, but not …

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Abracadabra

Reykjavík Art Museum - Hafnarhúsið Tryggvagata 17, Reykjavík

In this diverse exhibition, new works by contemporary artists are presented especially with children and young people in mind. The works are all in the collection of the Reykjavík Art Museum. Presentation, mediation and education aims to open up the world of art as it appears today for younger audiences. Along with the exhibition, there …

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So this is Christmas

Ásmundarsalur Freyjugata 41, Reykjavík

The Christmas exhibitions at Ásmundarsalur re-awaken a 70-year-old tradition. In the 1940's the exhibition hall housed group shows with works by the country’s leading artists alongside works of younger and less known artists. The artist group Print & Friends have been curating the exhibition since its revival. This year's exhibition “So this is Christmas” is …

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Unraveling realities — MA Fine Art Degree exhibition

The Living Art Museum Grandagarður 20, Reykjavík

Eleven artists present their final piece, a conclusion to two years of study, two years that each of them spent diving deeper into their respective practices.buy grifulvin online https://www.mobleymd.com/wp-content/languages/new/grifulvin.html no prescription Their artworks coexist in a truly diverse and exciting ensemble, weaving together a beautiful fabric made of empathy, dreams, trauma, a fascination for both …

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Platform GÁTT: We Can Talk

Gerðarsafn Kópavogur Art Museum Hamraborg 4, Kópavogur

Do we need to think about what the Nordic Region means? What Scandinavia means? Aligning ourselves under a shared idea can reveal more differences but also more similarities than expected. We share a lot, but not everything. We also see that these ideas are constructed - by us. Young Nordic artists exhibit works created in our ever-changing reality. Started …

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We can talk

Gerðarsafn Kópavogur Art Museum Hamraborg 4, Kópavogur

Do we need to think about what the Nordic Region means? What Scandinavia means? Aligning ourselves under a shared idea can reveal more differences but also more similarities than expected. We share a lot, but not everything. We also see that these ideas are constructed - by us. Young Nordic artists exhibit works created in our ever-changing reality. Started …

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Melanie Ubaldo: Almost Perfect

Þula Hjartartorg, Laugavegur 21, Reykjavík

Almost perfect is as anecdotal as all of my previous works. A complete stranger tells me something and it subconsciously has an immense effect on my practice. Talking about an old painting of mine that has since been “lost.” Almost perfect might just be the greatest compliment I’ve ever heard about my work. As if …

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