ERRÓ Opening and Anniversary, Hafnarhús, Saturday September 1st at 4 p.m.
For the first time the general public are able to view Erró’s graphic art spanning half a century. The exhibition is the result of three years’ work researching and collating the artist’s entire collection of graphic pieces, undertaken by Danielle Kvaran, the exhibition curator. These works of art reveal a variety of techniques, including stamp-prints, lino and wood cuttings, etchings, lithographs and silk-prints. It is in the latter that Erró has focused more on digital printing. Most of Erró’s graphic art is based on his older works, such as his paintings, collages and drawings.
Erró has collaborated extensively in workshops with a variety of different graphic artists, as well as with printers and publishers of his works in France, Italy, Sweden and elsewhere in Europe.
ERRÓ FOR EVERYBODY
In relation to the 80th Birthday of Icelandic artist Erró, Reykjavik Art Museum will host a series of events this coming fall semester. Events include workshops, lectures and talks that will offer a further insight to the work of Erró and his general practice.
Sunday 2. September, 3 p.m.
Graphic workshop for Young People (13+). Held in collaboration with the Icelandic Printmakers' Association.
Sunday 9. September, 3 p.m.
Lecture by art historian, Æsa Sigurjónsdóttir.
Days 27-28. October
Weekend Graphic Workshop at the Icelandic Printmakers' Association. Further information will be announced soon.
Sunday 11. November, 3 p.m.
Gallery talk with art historian Guðni Tómasson.
Days 21-22 November
Evening Graphic Workshop at the Icelandic Printmakers' Association. Further information will be announced soon.
Graphic workshop for Young People (13+)
Sunday 2. September, 3 - 5 p.m.
Reykjavik Art Museum - Hafnarhús & The Icelandic Printmakers' Association
Held in relation to the exhibition Erró Grafíkworks 1949-2009 Reykjavik Art Museum and the The Icelandic Printmakers' Association will host a guided tour and workshop Sunday 2. September at 3 p.m. The event is specifically aimed at young people at the age of 13 years and older.
First there will be a guided tour through the exhibition where the works of artist Erró will be introduced. Afterwards we will head to The Icelandic Printmakers' Association workshop, which is located on the harbour side of the Hafnarhús, Tryggvagata 17, where artist Anna Snædís Sigmarsdóttir will teach us some graphic techniques.
The event takes place in Icelandic. Free for young people under 18 years old.
Printed of the web Reykjvik Art Museum, www.reykjvikartmuseum.is 21.32.2013