Eighty BA students from the departments of Fine Art and Design and Architecture will show their works in four out of six exhibition halls at Hafnarhús. The exhibition will open Saturday 23 April at 2 p.m.
Reykjavík Art Museum will house all kinds of events for children at Kjarvalsstaðir during the festival. Exhibition of photographs and texts by Icelandic and Polish teenagers, performance evenings for teenagers, sing-along concert for babies and work-shop for children.
Saturday 16 April at 4 p.m. the exhibition Disruption will open at Ásmundarsafn. On view will be the works of the artists Elín Hansdóttir (b. 1980) and Ásmundur Sveinsson (1893-1982). Elín takes on Ásmundur´s artworks, searching for new viewpoints.
Sunday the 10th of April is the final day of three exhibitions at Reykjavík Art Museum: Monika Grzymala´s exhibition Envoi, the exhibition Back to the Sandbox – Art and Radical Pedagogy and Berglind Jóna Hlynsdóttir´s exhibition Class Divider.
The exhibition Yearning for Space in Ásmundarsafn ends on Monday 28 March. The exhibition has enjoyed great popularity and was named one of the five most interesting art exhibitions of 2015 by art critics at Morgunblaðið newspaper.
How do we create systems and tools to divide people by social standing in different places? Berglind Jóna Hlynsdóttir opens her first solo exhibition in a public museum, Class Divider, at Reykjavik Art Museum, Hafnarhús, Thursday 3 March at 5 p.m.