Workshop for kids (7-12 years old) Kjarvalsstaðir - Icelandic Art 1900-1950, Sunday 23 June, 3 p.m.
Anja Ísabella Lövenholdt and Fríða Dís Guðmundsdóttir, students in art history at University of Iceland will lead a workshop and guided tour at Kjarvalsstaðir Sunday 23 June, 3 p.m. The event is held in relation to the exhibition Icelandic Art 1900-1950: From Landscape to Abstract Art and will use creative ways to look at art history and the different styles and ideas artists from the period express in their work.
The exhibition gives an overview of Icelandic art from 1900-1950. It brings about 200 paintings from 40 artists from the period that come from both public and private collections. The exhibition focuses on four subjects: Romantic and Radical 1900-1930, Landscape 1930-1950, The Human Scale 1930-1950 and New radicalism and the beginning of the abstract 1940–1950.
Free for children under 18 years old. Takes place in Icelandic
Printed of the web Reykjvik Art Museum, www.reykjvikartmuseum.is 06.15.2015