The exhibitionThe Whole is Always Smaller than its Parts by Páll Haukur Björnsson opens on Thursday, 25 January at 17h00 in the D-Hall at Hafnarhús. Björnsson is the 32nd artist to exhibit his work in the D-Hall series which started in 2007.
The last day of the exhibition Garden by Anna Rún Tryggvadóttirin in Gallery D, Hafnarhús, is Sunday, 14 January.
Two shows will be opened at the Reykjavík Art Museum – Kjarvalsstaðir Saturday 13 January, at 16h00. A new exhibition of the works of Jóhannes S.
The last day of the exhibitions Kjarval – key works from the collection and Expedition by Anna Líndal at Kjarvalsstaðir is Saturday, 30
HafnarhúsOpen Dec. 26th 13h00-17h00Open Dec. 31st 10h00-14h00Open Jan. 1st 13h00-17h00Closed Dec. 24th & 25th
KjarvalsstaðirOpen Dec. 26th 13h00-17h00Closed Dec. 24th, 25th, 31st & Jan. 1st
The material world is the subject of a few chosen pieces from Reykjavík Art Museum's collection.
Natural phenomena, man-made things and various materials are the foundation, based on characteristics, nature, meaning and value.
Two showcases have been added to the current exhibition in Ásmundarsafn, Art for the People.
The last day of the exhibition Doubling at Hafnarhús is Sunday 12 November.
Two exhibitions will be opened at Reykjavík Art Museum – Hafnarhús, Friday 13 October at 20h00. Arna Schram, Director of the Department of Culture and Tourism, will open the exhibitions.