Þula: One Year Anniversary Exhibition

Þula Hjartartorg, Laugavegur 21, Reykjavík

A celebration exhibition showing works of 10 artists who have exhibited at Þula since it first opened its doors a year ago. ARTISTS: Hugleikur Dagsson Þórdís Erla Zoega Aðalheiður Daly Þórhallsdóttir Dýrfinna Benita Tolli Sunneva Ása Weisshappel Kristín Morthens Helga Páley Anna Maggý Sigurður Ámundason

Hulda Vilhjálmsdóttir: Punk Romance (Perfect Imperfection)

Þula Hjartartorg, Laugavegur 21, Reykjavík

Punk Romance (Perfect Imperfection) “These are paintings that I have been working on for the last few years and are a conversation between abstract and figurative, nature and abstract, old and new” -Hulda Vilhjálmsdóttir Bio Hulda Vilhjàlmsdóttir was born in Reykjavik 1971. She graduated from Iceland University of the Arts with a BFA in painting …

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Rakel McMahon: Lax

Þula Hjartartorg, Laugavegur 21, Reykjavík

The artist Rakel McMahon approaches and presents her subject matter through re-interpretation, the use of metaphor and a reevaluation of what is deemed serious, humorous and normal. The subjects and issues she works with relate to gender, sexuality, stereotypes and normality. In the exhibition entitled LAX (the title derives from the Icelandic word for salmon) …

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The Lost Poet

Þula Hjartatorg, Laugavegur 21, Reykjavík

Breasts left unfed emit colourful light. The suns illuminate the landscapes and faces shadow. Take the lollipop and press it against the tongue of the void. Shiny dust we will taste and burst into pearly tears of ocean, of ocean, of ocean. They will be flying underwater with their feet, legless feet, toeless feet. Drown …

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Sindri “Sparkle” Freyr: Portraits of Pleasure

Þula Hjartartorg, Laugavegur 21, Reykjavík

Portraits of Pleasure is a series of still life paintings where, the artist attempts to capture their friends' sexualities in classical still lifes of each friend’s favorite toy. By painting these plastic toys and rumbling cyber machines they are hoping to open up a conversation about indulgence, what is considered proper, and the importance of …

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Lilý Erla: Ofankoma

Þula Hjartartorg, Laugavegur 21, Reykjavík

A solo exhibition by Lilý Erla Adamsdóttir. Lilý Erla Adamsdóttir works on the boundaries of art, design and crafts. She takes great interest in surfaces, whether it be the surface of nature or human. The works are created in a sincere flow and the process is guided by the arbitrariness of the artist who seeks …

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Snowland Art

Þula Hjartartorg, Laugavegur 21, Reykjavík

In 2017, Ásdís Þula, director/owner of Þula, traveled across China. During her trip, she visited a small mountain village that has been built around a large monastery called Labrang and the town goes by the same name. There she met Kristel Ouwehand (Tenzin Dolma) who runs a boarding school where she teaches art, both painting …

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Samsýning ‘22 – Vol. 1

Þula Hjartartorg, Laugavegur 21, Reykjavík

Introductory exhibition of the artists who will be exhibiting at Þula until the summer.buy feldene generic https://bloinfobuy.com/feldene.html over the counter The artists are: Lilja Birgisdóttir Dýrfinna Benita Basalan Elli Egilsson Lukas Bury Áslaug Íris Friðjónsdóttir

Áslaug Íris Katrín Friðjónsdóttir: Heritage

Þula Hjartartorg, Laugavegur 21, Reykjavík

On a day like any other I make myself a sandwich where generations blend together in the mayo and different periods of human history lie stacked on top of each other. A slice of turkey, lettuce, tomatoes and cheese. I take a bite and think of my foremothers and forefathers, relocation, Europe and immigrants. About …

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Lukas Bury: You Look Like a Viking

Þula Hjartartorg, Laugavegur 21, Reykjavík

Through the making of paintings, accompanied by writing – both, external as a generator of discourse, but also embedded into the surface of the canvas, Lukas Bury analyses cultural contexts, historical narratives and modern-day virtual iconoclasm. With the incorporation of peculiar perspectives, his motifs tackle pertinent political issues and depict the inner strife of a …

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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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Rakel McMahon: NO PRETENDING

Þula Hjartartorg, Laugavegur 21, Reykjavík

Never mind if it is art, or smart, But is it ture? True to what? True to you, of course. Texti eftir Marlene Dumas, Always true, 1997

Auður Lóa Guðnadóttir: Be Mine

Þula Hjartartorg, Laugavegur 21, Reykjavík

Auður Lóa Guðnadóttir (f. 1993) er myndlistarmaður, sem leikur sér á landamærum hins hlutlæga og huglæga, skúlptúrs og teikningar, listar og veruleika. Hún vinnur markvisst með hversdagsfyrirbæri, fígúratíft, og myndmál sem hún sækir í forna jafnt og nýliðna sögu. Auður Lóa útskrifaðist af myndlistasviði Listaháskóla Íslands 2015. Síðan þá hefur hún starfað sjálfstætt og í …

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