Hafnarhús

From Graduation Exhibition 2012

Iceland Academy of the Arts: Graduation Exhibition 2013

20 April - 5 May 2013

Students from the Iceland Academy of the Arts in the Fine Arts, Design and Architecture Departments show their final projects.

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Study for All State at Hafnarhúsið. Credits: Theresa Himmer

Theresa Himmer: All State

25. maí -1. sept.

Installation in the elevator at Hafnarhús.

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Andrea Maack and Huginn Þór Arason

Huginn Þór Arason and Andrea Maack: Interval

25 May - 1 Sept.

At the heart of the exhibition Interval is a fragrance intended to embody the essence of a museum of the distant future.

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Erro, The World Today, 2011.

Erró: The World Today

12 Oct. 2013 - 24 Aug. 2014

This exhibition shows Erró´s gifts to Reykjavík Art Museum in recent years. The works add to the huge collection he has presented to the Museum over the years. His latest gift comprises a multitude of works – collages, oils, watercolours and enamels – which he has made over the past twelve years.

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Erró, Maður með blóm/Man with a Flower, 1985.

Erró and Art History

6 Sep 14 - 27 Sep 15

Erró is well known for creating his own visual world in his collages; and in this exhibition we see works in which he has borrowed images and fragments of pictures by some of the leading artists in history, such as Picasso and Léger.

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Ásdís Sif Gunnarsdóttir, ljósmynd/Photo: E.S.P.TV.

Ásdís Sif Gunnarsdóttir: FutureCrash / Tribal TV

6. Sep 14 – 19. Oct 14

Ásdís Sif works with performance art in her video works, which take place in different ways in various places in time and space. Her FutureCrash/Tribal TV is a large video installation which springs from a previous piece by the artist, from the exhibition Apostles’ Clubhouse (2006).

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Tomas Saraceno, untitled, 2010

Synthesis

20 Sep 14 – 18 Jan 15

This international exhibition comprises works by seven artists: Tomas Saraceno (Argentina), Ernesto Neto (Brazil), Ragna Róbertsdóttir (Iceland), Ryuji Nakamura and Rintaro Hara (Japan), Mona Hatoum (Lebanon) and Monika Grzymala (Poland).

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Gunter Damisch, Rotfeldwege,1993.

Gunter Damisch: Worlds and Ways

1. Nov 14 - 25. Jan 15

This exhibition is a selection of works by Gunter Damisch (b. 1958) from the 1980s to 2013. On display are both graphic works which Damisch has given the Reykjavík Art Museum and a selection of other works by him.

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Sirra Sigrún Sigurðardóttir: Flatland

1 Nov 14 - 25. Jan 15

In her Flatland Sirra Sigrún (b. 1977) juxtaposes structural stasis with movement by integrating video with text, movement and sculpture. The title Flatland is a reference, among other things, to a book of that title published in 1884, a satirical portrayal of the social hierarchy using the language of mathematics and geometry.

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Cory Arcangel, QuickOffice, 2013, photo Sacha Maric

Cory Arcangel: All the Small Things

31 Jan. - 12 April 2015

Reykjavík Art Museum is proud to present All the Small Things, a solo exhibition of new works by American artist Cory Arcangel (b. 1978). Although Arcangel is only in his thirties, he has already made a name for himself in the art world as a pioneer who combines digital technologies with art.

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Kjarvalsstaðir


Jón Stefánsson, Sumarnótt, Lómar við Þjórsá 1929

Icelandic Art 1900-1950: From Landscape to Abstract Art

1 June - 22 Sept.

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Jóhannes S. Kjarval, Hvítasunnudagur, 1917

Kjarval Complete 2 – The Banks‘ Collections

5 Oct. 2013 – 26 Jan. 2014

Over the years Icelandic banks have purchased and conserved many works by Icelandic artists, and they own large collections of art works by Jóhannes S. Kjarval, one of Iceland’s leading artists of the 20th century.

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Alexander Rodchenko, Lily Brik, 1924, © A. Rodchenko – V. Stepanova Archive © Moscow House of Photography Museum

Alexander Rodchenko: Revolution in Photography

5 Oct. 2013 – 12 Jan. 2014

The exhibition is a retrospective of the work of Alexander Rodchenko, one of the leading Russian artists of the first half of the 20th century.

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Johannes S. Kjarval, First Snow, 1953.

The Seasons in Kjarval’s Art

1 Feb. – 14 Sep. 2014

It has been said that, through Kjarval’s eyes, the people of Iceland learned to see their country in a new way.

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Hildur Ásgeirsdóttir Jónsson, Core, 2013. Silk, industrial dyes 310 x 433 cm.

Hildur Ásgeirsdóttir Jónsson : Core

8 Feb. – 18 May

The exhibition features a selection of Hildur’s large-scale woven paintings made on a three-meters-wide loom, as well as several newly created pieces.

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Kjarval: Top Soil

27 Sep 14 – 4 Jan 15

For the exhibition Top Soil Eriksson has selected paintings and drawings by Kjarval, which will be shown along with new work by Eriksson himself in appreciation of Kjarval’s art.

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Andreas Eriksson, Kofi TedKaczynskis/ TedKaczynskisCabin, 2004.

Andreas Eriksson: Roundabouts

27 Sep 14 - 4 Jan 15

Andreas Eriksson (b. 1975 in Björsäter, Sweden) is one of the most acclaimed Swedish artists of his generation. He represented Sweden at the Nordic Pavilion at the 2011 Venice Biennale and his works have been shown widely.

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Einar Hákonarson, Kveðjustund/Farwell, 2011

The Pulse of Time

17 Jan. - 15 March 15

The paintings in Einar Hákonarson’s retrospective span the artist’s career for over 50 years, from juvenilia and student works until the present year, 2014.

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Jóhannes S. Kjarval, without a title, ink on a board.

Marginalia – texts, sketches, and doodles in Kjarval’s art

19 June - 29 Nov. 2015

“I see myself writing, and I hear the pen on the paper.” Kjarval’s words could be taken as the theme of his exhibition – as they focus attention on the material, the method and the imagination.

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Jóhannes S. Kjarval, without a title, ink on a board.

Marginalia – texts, sketches, and doodles in Kjarval’s art

19 June - 29 Nov. 2015

“I see myself writing, and I hear the pen on the paper.” Kjarval’s words could be taken as the theme of his exhibition – as they focus attention on the material, the method and the imagination.

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Ásmundarsafn

Ásmundur Sveinsson. Black Clouds, 1947

The Fire Within

5 May 2012 – 28 April 2013

Many of Ásmundur Sveinsson‘s sculptures disclose his agile feelings and reflect his painful loss and heartache. This exhibition in Ásmundur Sveinsson Scuplpture Museum builds on material from the artist‘s emotional quick; a new approach to his body of work.

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Tales from the Vault - Sculptures Inspired by Literature

11 May - 30 Dec.

This exhibition of works from the museum’s collection explores the literary motifs that inspired Ásmundur Sveinsson (1893-1982) in creating his sculpture.

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Selection from the Ásmundur Sveinsson Collection

10 May - 31 Aug

The exhibition contains works that span the whole career of the artist and clearly show how his artistic vision developed throughout his life.

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A posteriori: House, Sculpture

13 Sept. 14 - 8 Feb. 15

A posteriori, or from what comes after, a translation from early 17th century Latin, presents, a selection of artworks with original references to buildings or houses. Artists in the exhibition have created the works, either from existing or fabricated architecture, to construct impressions of memories.

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A posteriori: House, Sculpture

13 Sept. 14 - 8 Feb. 15

A posteriori, or from what comes after, a translation from early 17th century Latin, presents, a selection of artworks with original references to buildings or houses. Artists in the exhibition have created the works, either from existing or fabricated architecture, to construct impressions of memories.

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