Post Tagged with: "Skaftfell gallery"

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Artists Talk #30

This Tuesday, Oct 16 at 16.30, Skaftfell will host its thirtieth Artist Talk. In this session six international artist will present their work and practice for […]

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All kinds of landscapes

Landscape and nature has always been an inspiration for artists. Icelandic artists Nína Tryggvadóttir (1913-1968) and Gunnlaugur Scheving (1904-1972) are no exception from that tradition. […]

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Birds of passage 1998-2018

An artist residency “is an outcome of time, place and people and it offers an opportunity for enduring relationships and a profound communion with both […]

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Birds of passage – seminar

20 years of Skaftfell’s artist-in-residency program have resulted in 250 artists coming to Seyðisfjörður and to East Iceland. Some have left a physical trace behind, […]

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On Site

FOSS presents four recently published editions at the event “On Site” at Skaftfell gallery. The editions represent a range of artistic expressions and formats however […]

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C A B L E

The exhibition highlights the major changes and advances that communication technology has entailed. Overload of information and increasingly fast-paced communication in the present time provokes […]

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All Paths Blocked

The exhibition All Paths Blocked presents the result of a workshop with the 3rd year students of the Fine Art Department of the Iceland Academy of […]

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Margrét H. Blöndal

The solo exhibition pollur – spegill by Margrét H. Blöndal, is ongoing from Oct 7 – Nov 26 in the Skaftfell gallery.  I was moving […]

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Silent Act

Solo exhibition. Hanna Kristín Birgisdóttir’s exhibition Silent Act comprises of two sculptures, both of which are somewhat confounding in their material form. A squared-off length of timber […]

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