Oprowadzanie po polsku z artystą Lukasem Bury po wystawie Jakby przedstawić zaćmienie w Ásmundarsafn.
The first guest of the year 2019 in the TALK Series is Prof Dr Dorothee Richter. Entitled Artistic and Curatorial Turns, Care and Accelerated Capitalism. From the Sixties to Contemporary Practices in Feminist Perspectives. A Tour de Force, Richter´s talk will be in English.
The Breakfast Club is a participatory performance that is made especially for the art festival Performance Nebula by dancer Ásrún Magnúsdóttir and the art group Little Sister in collaboration with the family program Let's Play Art.
During the exhibition there will be regular artist talks, delving into the making of the works, their subject and production.
The first guest of the year 2021 in the TALK Series is curator Cassandra Edlefsen Lasch.
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Gabriel Mestre Arrioja is a writer, filmmaker and independent curator.
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This event is fully booked based on the current restrictions on gatherings.
KW’s director Krist Gruijthuijsen will be joined by KW's curator Anna Gritz in a talk about the history and mission of the institution, their joint work over the last 5 1/2 years and the vision for the institution going forward in light of vastly changing artistic needs, and institutional challen
During the exhibition there are regular artist talks, delving into the making of the works, their subject and production. The works will be reviewed in light of the artists' oeuvre and the development of video art.
Artists talk with Anna Júlía Friðbjörnsdóttir and Bjarki Bragason who have works in the exhibition Iðavöllur: Icelandic art in the 21st Century. In Icelandic.
Artists talk with Elín Hansdóttir and Hildigunnur Birgisdóttir who have works in the exhibition Iðavöllur: Icelandic art in the 21st Century. In Icelandic.
Artists Talk with Arnar Ásgeirsson and Dodda Maggý, whose works are on view at the exhibition Iðavöllur: Icelandic Art in the 21st Century at Hafnarhús.
Oprowadzanie po polsku z artystą Lukasem Bury po wystawie Guðný Rósa Ingimarsdóttir: opus – oups w Kjarvalsstaðir.
Dozens of BA students in the Departments of Fine Art from Iceland Academy of the Arts fill the halls of the Reykjavík Art Museum - Hafnarhús with works that reflect learning, research and artistic creation during the last three years.
In 1993, Hans Ulrich Obrist together with artists Christian Boltanski and Bertrand Lavier, conceived do it, an exhibition based entirely on artists’ instructions, which could be followed to create temporary art works for the duration of a show.
Weekend Program in relation to the exhibition Tak i lige måde: Contemporary Art from Denmark at Hafnarhús.