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Bríet´s Bank by Ólöf Nordal from 2007

 

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. 

Jónas Hallgrímsson by Einar Jónsson from 1905.

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. 

Sunchairs by Helga Guðrún Helgadóttir, 1998.

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. 

Dagný Guðmundsdóttir: Eitthvað að bíta í

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. 

Exhibition Opening − William Morris: Let Beauty Rule!

I do not want art for a few any more than education for a few or freedom for a few.
- William Morris,1877.

Artwork of the week: Receptual Cairn. 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. 

Exhibition Opening - D38 Ragnheiður Káradóttir: mini-mini multiverse

Exhibition opening at Reykjavík Art Museum – Hafnarhús, Thursday 27 June at 20h00. Káradóttir is the 38th artist to exhibit in the D-Gallery series.

Gunnar Jónsson: Gröf

The exhibition Gröf will finish on Sunday 23 June. The artist Gunnar Jónsson explores his roots in Reykjavík. Jónsson lives and works in Ísafjörður in the Westfjords.