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Many Languages of Art at Kjarvalsstaðir

This winter, Reykjavik Art Museum offers weekly guided tours in different languages in collaboration with Mother Tongue – Association on Bilingualism.

Program
23.09.17  Sign languages
Free entrance

Síðustu sýningardagar á Guð, hvað mér líður illa eftir Ragnar Kjartansson í Hafnarhúsi.

The last day of the exhibition God, I Feel So Bad by Ragnar Kjartansson is Sunday, 24 September.

Louisa Matthíasdóttir: Calm at Kjarvalsstaðir.

The last day of the exhibition Calm at Kjarvalsstaðir is Sunday, 17 September. The exhibition spans the whole career of Louisa Matthíasdóttir (1917-2000), paintings oftend described by their clear light and brilliant color.

Performance: Take Me Here by the Dishwasher - Memorial for a Marriage

The third and last performance that is a part of the exhibition God, I Feel So Bad by Ragnar Kjartansson at Reykjavík Art Museum, Hafnarhús, starts on Saturday, 9 September and is shown until Sunday, 24 September.

The girls that have participated in the performance Woman in E at the exhibition God, I Feel So Bad by Ragnar Kjartansson at Hafnarhús. Photo: Sunna Axels.

Sunday, 3 September is the last day of the performance Woman in E at the exhibition God, I Feel So Bad by Ragnar Kjartansson at Hafnarhús. The performance is the second durational performance of three that is shown during the time of the exhibition.

Reykjavík Art Museum proudly presents a course on Ragnar Kjartansson's artwork ART READY: Ragnar Kjartansson Backstage

From the opening day of the exhibition Calm at Kjarvalsstaðir.

Free admission to all three museums on Culture Night, Saturday, 19 August

 

Kjarvalsstaðir – open from 10h00 to 22h00

The German street painter Jakob Wagner will re-paint his artwork on a piece from the Berlin wall that stands in Borgartún Reykjavík. He will start painting tomorrow, Wednesday August 16th and will paint until he finishes the work.

Ragnar Kjartansson: God, I Feel So Bad at Hafnarhús.

Saturday, 3 June 16h00 at Hafnarhús
The Mayor of Reykjavík will open the exhibition