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Melanie Ubaldo, Is there any Icelander working here?, 2018. Photo: Hildur Inga Björnsdóttir.

Artist Melanie Ubaldo (1992) has received a grant from The Svavar Guðnason and Ásta Eiríksdóttir Art Award. The grant was awarded at the National Gallery of Iceland.

Michelle Yerkin, Chargé d´Affaires a.i. of the U.S. Embassy in Iceland, and Ólöf Kristín Sigurðardóttir, Director of the Reykjavik Art Museum, and Ólöf Kristín Sigurðardóttir, Director of the Reykjavik Art Museum.

The US Embassy in Iceland has given the Reykjavík Art Museum a substantial grant for the art exhibition Down Иorth: North Atlantic Triennial, which will be set up at Reykjavík Art Museum - Hafnarhús in the autumn of 2022.

Hildigunnur Birgisdóttir, Unfortunate Produce, 2021

The last day of the exhibition Iðavöllur: Icelandic Art in the 21st Century at Hafnarhús is Sunday, 17 October.

Last exhibition days: As If to Demonstrate an Eclipse at Ásmundarsafn

The last day of the exhibition As If to Demonstrate an Eclipse with works of Sigrún Sigurðardóttir og Ásmundur Sveinsson at Ásmundarsafn is Sunday, 3 October.

Rósa Gísladóttir, Afbyggt útsýni, 2018.

Reykjavík Art Museum announces that applications are open for a new temporary research vacancy on women’s part in Icelandic art history. 

Exhibition Opening – Guðný Rósa Ingimarsdóttir: opus-oups

A retrospective of the works of artist Guðný Rósa Ingimarsdóttir, opus-oupswill be opened at Reykjavík Art Museum at Kjarvalsstaðir on Saturday, 2 October at 14h00.

Eternal Recurrence: Last days

The last day of the exhibition Eternal Recurrence – Kjarval and contemporary artists is Sunday, 19 September.

New exhibition – Iðavöllur: Icelandic Art in the 21st Century

The exhibition Iðavöllur will be opened at Hafnarhús on Thursday, 10 June at 20-22h00. Mayor Dagur B. Eggertsson opens the exhibition.