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Exhibition Opening − SOMETHING from NOTHING: The Visual Realm of Magnús Pálsson

Exhibition opening at Reykjavík Art Museum - Hafnarhús, Saturday, 28 September at 16h00.

SOMETHING from NOTHING
The Visual Realm of Magnús Pálsson

28.09.2019-12.01.2020

Last days of the exhibition D39 Margin at Hafnarshús.

The last day of the exhibition D39 Margin by Emma Heiðarsdóttir in gallery D at Hafnarhús is Sunday, 22 September.

Dýrmæti by Gjörningaklúbburinn frá 2002-03.

Reykjavík Art Museum is dedicating the year 2019 to public art! And we are bringing artworks that grace our everyday physical world into focus in digital spaces. We will devote seven days to one public artwork at Public Art This Week with its information and images. 

Voltage by Hafstein Austmann from 1989.

Reykjavík Art Museum is dedicating the year 2019 to public art! And we are bringing artworks that grace our everyday physical world into focus in digital spaces. We will devote seven days to one public artwork at Public Art This Week with its information and images. 

Last days of the exhibition Hz

The last day of the exhibition Hz by Finnbogi Pétursson is Sunday, 15 September.

The Settler Woman by Gunnfríður Jónsdóttir from 1955.

Artwork of the week: Reykjavík Art Museum is dedicating the year 2019 to public art! And we are bringing artworks that grace our everyday physical world into focus in digital spaces. We will devote seven days to one public artwork at Public Art This Week with its information and images. 

Autumn Bulbs − New Public Art. Photo: Ásgerður Birna.

This September, Reykjavík Art Museum holds a group exhibition outside the museum walls. Five artists present new work in a diverse and original manner around the city and in the public spaces made available through modern technology.

Exhibition Opening − Helgi Gíslason: Where the Boundaries Lie. Photo: ©Leo Roos

Where the Boundaries Lie is the title of an exhibition of selected works by Helgi Gíslason which opens on Saturday, 31. August at 16h00 at Reykjavík Art Museum Ásmundarsafn .

Untitled by Helgi Gíslason from 1982. Photo: Hildur Inga Björnsdóttir.

Reykjavík Art Museum is dedicating the year 2019 to public art! And we are bringing artworks that grace our everyday physical world into focus in digital spaces. We will devote seven days to one public artwork at Public Art This Week with its information and images.