Future exhibitions

Hafnarhús

Cory Arcangel, QuickOffice, 2013, photo Sacha Maric

Cory Arcangel: All the Small Things

31.01-12.04.2015

Reykjavík Art Museum is proud to present All the Small Things, a solo exhibition of new works by American artist Cory Arcangel (b. 1978). Although Arcangel is only in his thirties, he has already made a name for himself in the art world as a pioneer who combines digital technologies with art.

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Just Painted 1

6. feb. - 19. apr. 15

The Reykjavík Art Museum presents two exhibitions at Hafnarhús and Kjarvalsstaðir displaying works by 85 active artists. Such an extensive overview of Icelandic contemporary painting has never been presented before. Curators: Hafþór Yngvason and Kristján Steingrímur Jónsson.

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Iceland Academy of the Arts: Graduation Exhibition

25. Apr. – 10. May 15

Students from the Iceland Academy of the Arts show their final projects.

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Kjarvalsstaðir

Einar Hákonarson, Kveðjustund/Farwell, 2011

The Pulse of Time

17. Jan. - 15. Mar. 15

The paintings in Einar Hákonarson’s retrospective span the artist’s career for over 50 years, from juvenilia and student works until the present year, 2014.

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Just Painted II

28. Mar. –7. Jun. 15

Second part of the exhibition Just Painted were paintings by 85 Icelandic contemporary painters of all ages, who have different artistic approach and ideologies, are displayed. The aim is to give an insight in the art of painting as it appears to us today.

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Johannes S. Kjarval, Frá Þingvöllum.

Poetic Colour Palette, from the Kjarval collection

17. Jan. –15. Mar. 15

Jóhannes Sveinsson Kjarval occupies a special place in the history of Icelandic culture and art, as one of the country’s most beloved artists.

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Ásmundarsafn

Ásmundur Sveinsson:The Water Carrier–Mountain+Woman

21. Feb. - 1. Apr. 15

The exhibition commemorates the centenary of Icelandic women gaining the right to vote, under a royal decree of 19 June 1915. Ásmundur Sveinsson’s iconic sculpture Vatnsberinn /The Water Carrier (1937) is the focus and the leitmotiv of the exhibition. The exhibition will include, in addition to the Water Carrier, a selection of Ásmundur’s other sculptures, in a colloquy with works by Arna Valsdóttir, Daníel Magnússon, Kristín Gunnlaugsdóttir, Níels Hafstein, Ólöf Nordal, Ragnhildur Stefánsdóttir and Sigurður Guðmundsson.

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Events & education

The Reykjavik Art Museum offers different events and lectures in connection with the exhibitions.

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Asmundarsafn

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1. May - 30. Sep. 10-5
1. Oct. - 30. Apr. 1-5