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The Black Cone by Santiago Sierra from 2012.

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.  

Sol LeWitt – volunteers wanted

TRAINEES wanted to create Sol LeWitt’s wall drawings – January 13–February 5, 2020.

Calling by Steinunn Þórarinsdóttir from 2000.

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.  

Beneath the sun of peace and settlement by Ásmundur Sveinsson from 1972-1974.

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.  

Shore Piece by Sigurður Guðmundsson from 2002.

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. 

Þorsteinn Erlingsson by Ríkarður Jónsson from 1960.

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. 

Ólöf Nordal: Thufa, 2013. Photo: Vladimir Staykov.

The opening of the exhibition úngl-úngl by Ólöf Nordal is on Saturday, 9 November at 16h00 at Ásmundarsafn.

Listaverk vikunnar: Skúli fógeti

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 Where the Boundaries Lie

The last day of the exhibition Where the Boundaries Lie at Ásmundarsafn is Sunday, 3 November.