Breiðholtsbraut will be closed temporarily on Saturday 21 July because of construction on the bridge floor of the new bridge for bicycles and pedestrians between Seljahverfi and Fellahverfi neighbourhoods.
Reykjavík Art Museum announces an open call for artists to exhibit in the D-Gallery of Hafnarhús in 2019.
Nasher Sculpture Center Announces Nasher Prize Dialogues: Performance and Sculpture, presented in partnership with Reykjavik Art Museum.
Works by more than thirty Icelandic artists are displayed on the exhibition No Man’s Land – Where Beauty Alone Reigns? which is Reykjavík Art Museum’s largest exhibition this year. This extensive exhibition will open at Kjarvalsstaðir on 2 June at 12h00 and later the same day at 15h00 in Hafnarhús, along with the opening ceremony of Reykjavík Arts Festival.
Eight artists or artist groups have been chosen to participate in a competition for outdoor art works in Vogabyggð in Reykjavík. They are: The art collective A Kassen, Alicja Kwade, Carl Boutard, Elín Hansdóttir, Finnbogi Pétursson, Karin Sander, Rósa Gísladóttir and Tomás Saraceno.
The last day of the exhibitions Erró: More is Beautiful, Tak i lige måde: Contemporary Art from Denmark and D33 Anna Fríða Jónsdóttir: Tone is Monday, 21 May at Reykjavík Art Museum Hafnarhús.
The last day of the exhibition Fact of the Matter – Draft of Contemporary Art History in Iceland [1.0] at Reykjavík Art Museum Hafnarhús is Tuesday, 1 May.
The last day of the exhibition Kjarval: la durée at Reykjavík Art Museum Kjarvalsstaðir is Sunday 29 April.
The exhibition Invasion II by Hrafnhildur Arnardóttir / Shoplifter will be opened in Reykjavík Art Museum – Ásmundarsafn, on Saturday, April 21st, at 16:00.
Program at Reykjavík Art Museum 17-22 April