The last day of the exhibition Doubling at Hafnarhús is Sunday 12 November.
Two exhibitions will be opened at Reykjavík Art Museum – Hafnarhús, Friday 13 October at 20h00. Arna Schram, Director of the Department of Culture and Tourism, will open the exhibitions.
The exhibition Erró: More is Beautiful will be opened on Saturday, 7 October at 14h00 in Reykjavík Art Museum, Hafnarhús. Students in 7th and 8th grade are specially invited to this opening.
A retrospective of the work of artist Anna Líndal, Expedition, will open in Reykjavík Art Museum – Kjarvalsstaðir, Saturday 30 Sept at 16h00.
Pierre Coulibeuf: Doubling Exhibition opening in Reykjavík Art Museum – Hafnarhús. Thursday, 28 September at 20h00.
The last day of the exhibition Calm at Reykjavík Art Museum, Kjarvalsstaðir, is Sunday, 17 September. The exhibition spans the whole career of Louisa Matthíasdóttir (1917-2000), paintings oftend described by their clear light and brilliant color.
The third and last performance that is a part of the exhibition God, I Feel So Bad by Ragnar Kjartansson at Reykjavík Art Museum, Hafnarhús, starts on Saturday, 9 September and is shown until Sunday, 24 September.
Sunday, 3 September is the last day of the performance Woman in E at the exhibition God, I Feel So Bad by Ragnar Kjartansson at Hafnarhús. The performance is the second durational performance of three that is shown during the time of the exhibition.
Cultural walk from Tryggvagata 15, at 8. pm on Thursday 6th of July. The cultural life in the centre of Reykjavík will be introduced in English, Polish, Spanish, Vietnamese, Arabic and Portuguese.
The City of Reykjavik and The Icelandic Boy and Girl Scout Association have signed an agreement in regards to the World Scout Moot that will be held in Iceland from 25 July – 2 August. This is by far the largest international event that the Icelandic Scout Movement has ever hosted.