Guided tour in English every Friday at Hafnarhús this summer.
The guided tour starts at 4 p.m. and is free with admission.
Anna Hrund Másdóttir talks about her exhibition Fantastic Souvenirs, on view in Gallery D at Hafnarhús.
The event takes place in Icelandic and is free with admission.
This winter, 2017–18, Reykjavik Art Museum offers weekly guided tours in different languages in collaboration with Móðurmál – the Association on Bilingualism.
Welcome on Saturdays at 1 pm to Kjarvalsstaðir. Remember the café for a light lunch beforehand!
Free with admission.
The work of Hrafnhildur Arnardóttir / Shoplifter is at once romantic, silly, funny and beautiful. She has experimented with opposites, delicate materials and crafts, as well as clutter and bizarreness.
Guests are invited to participate every other Sunday from 21 October to 27 January. Bloodmining is one of Haraldur Jónsson's works in the exhibition Spectrum.
The exhibition presents work from Haraldur Jónsson's diverse career of more than three decades.
Reykjavík Art Museum offers a Gallery Talk for beginners through selected exhibitions at Hafnarhús.
The event takes place in Icelandic. Free with admission.
Gallery talk through the exhibition Sol LeWitt at Hafnarhús. In Icelandic.
Free entrance at Hafnarhús on Thursday nights!
THE CONCERT IS POSTPONED.
Forget-Me-Not concert series consist of six lunch concerts. Vocal students from the Department of Music at the Iceland University of the Arts perform various music from all eras.
Morning Meeting guests in December are Lucky 3, an art collective founded in 2019 by Darren Mark, Dýrfinna Benita Basalan, and Melanie Ubaldo; three Icelandic artists of Filipino origins.
Morning Meeting guest in May is artist Sigurður Guðjónsson who recently opened his exhibition Perpetual Motion at the Icelandic Pavilion at the 59 International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia, The artwork offers a poetic exploration of materiality at edge of the boundar
Artist Anna Fríða Jónsdóttir will show her performance, Natural Law, with selloist Ásta María Kjartansdóttir, on the opening day of the exhibition KINGDOM - Flora, Fauna, Fable. The performance will take place in Hafnarhús.
Hafnarhús Reykjavik Art Museum currently hosts exhibitions focusing on war and peace. A diverse public program on the subject includes this series of talks from NGOs and other agents involved in the discourse on peace and humanitarian work.
The exhibition is Ragnar's first museum show in his homeland, Iceland, after a successful series of international appearances in recent years, including major survey exhibitions on both sides of the Atlantic. And there are plenty for the audience to enjoy.
Short drawing course with Sigga Bjorg Sigurdardottir artist. Participants will have guidance in drawing where the artwork by Ásmundur Sveinsson serves as subject.
Participants are encouraged to arrive early, limited number of participants.
Family Laboratory with Sprengju-Kata, Gallery Talk and Workshop in connection with the exhibition: Fact of the Matter – Draft of Contemporary Art History in Iceland [1.0].
Daily Gallery Talk through the exhibition No Man‘s Land – Where Beauty Alone Reigns?
Artist Sigurður Guðmundsson will talk about his works.
The last day of the exhibition Case Studies – Product Design into the 21st Century at Kjarvalsstaðir is Sunday, 23 April.
With the app Reykjavík Artwalk you can access around two hundred public artworks in Reykjavík that the museum takes care of. With this app you can access information on the works, look at images, read texts and listen to audio-guides as well as playing art games. It is free to download for your smart phone, both android and iOS.
Reykjavík Art Museum (RAM) is the largest visual art institution in Iceland. The museum is situated at three different locations in the city: the Kjarvalsstadir exhibition hall at Miklatún, Hafnarhus, located in downtown Reykjavik, and the Ásmundur Sveinsson Sculpture Museum and Park at Sigtún.Attention: Admission to the museum is no longer free.