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Reykjavķk Grapevine

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ONGOING
Organic bistro
EST 2006
Tryggvagata 11,Volcano house  
Tel:511-1118
Mon-Sun 12:00-21:00
www.fishandchips.is
Reykjavík Art Museum - 
Hafnarhús
?Flatland? by Sirra Sigrún
In her exhibition, Sirra Sigrún juxtaposes 
structural stasis with movement by 
integrating video with text, movement 
and sculpture. The exhibit's title is a 
reference, among other things, to a 
book of the same title published in 
1884 which is a satirical portrayal of the 
social hierarchy using the language of 
mathematics and geometry.
Runs until January 25
Synthesis
This international exhibition comprises 
works by seven artists. The artists make 
three-dimensional installations which 
share the qualities of reflecting a certain 
perception, thinking and rhythm, which 
may be seen as an echo of life itself, of 
primal forces, the structure of the fabric 
of the world and the ongoing genesis of 
the universe.
Runs until January 15
?Worlds And Ways? by Gunter 
Damisch
This exhibition is a selection of works 
by Gunter Damisch from the 1980s to 
2013. On display are both graphic works 
which Gunter has given Reykjavík Art 
Museum and a selection of other works 
by him. The works are highly individual 
iconography and mythology oscillates 
between figuration and abstraction.
Runs until January 25
Reykjavík Art Museum - 
Kjarvalsstaðir
'Roundabouts' by Andreas Eriksson
Andreas Eriksson is one of the most 
acclaimed Swedish artists of his 
generation. The exhibition presents 
Eriksson?s works from the last ten years, 
spanning his entire oeuvre including 
painting, photography, sculpture, film and 
textile.
Runs until January 4
'Top Soil' by Andreas Eriksson
For the exhibition, artist Andreas Eriksson 
has selected paintings and drawings 
by Kjarval, which will be shown along 
with new work by Andreas himself in 
appreciation of Kjarval?s art.
Runs until January 4
The Reykjavík City Library 
The collection centres around new Nordic 
literature, both fiction and nonfiction. 
The library lends out novels, academic 
publications, audiobooks and more.
On permanent view
The Plant In The Hallway - Comics 
Exhibition 
Sisters Elísabet Rún and Elín Edda will open 
a comics exhibition. On display will be 
their first graphic novel, 'The Plant in the 
Hallway.' They have been working on the 
graphic novel for two years, and its story 
is about the protagonist's life changes 
when she puts a plant in her hallway.
Runs until January 15
Reykjavík City Museum
Reykjavík 871 +/- 2: The Settlement 
Exhibition
Archaeological findings from ruins of one 
of the first houses in Iceland and other 
excavations in the city centre, open daily 
10:00-17:00
On permanent view
Reykjavík Maritime Museum
From Poverty to Abundance
Photos documenting Icelandic fishermen at 
the turn of the 20th century.
On permanent view
The History of Sailing
Iceland's maritime history that showcases 
the growth of the Reykjavík Harbour.
On permanent view
The Coast Guard Vessel Óðinn
This vessel sailed through all three Cod 
Wars and has also served as a rescue 
ship to over 200 ships. Daily guided tours 
at 13:00, 14:00 and 15:00, admission 
1,900 ISK.
On permanent view
The Reykjavík Museum of 
Photography
?Girl Culture? by Lauren Greenfield
Lauren?s exhibit focuses on the central 
role occupied by popular culture in the 
construction or deconstruction of female 
identity. The exhibition consists of portrait 
images and interviews that cast a light 
on the experiences and expressions of 
women today.
Runs until January 11
?Iceland? by Beth Yarnelle Edwards
Fascinated with the relations between 
people, their living spaces and 
possessions, the San Francisco based 
photographer Beth Yarnelle Edwards 
Challenging Beauty And Ugliness               
?Nonsicles And New Fur-Lings? by Shoplifter
Hverfisgallery
Hverfisgata 4 (D4) | Nov 30 ? Jan 31 |  11:00-17:00 | Free!
collaborates with her subjects to recreate 
scenes from their daily lives. The Iceland 
series was created when she spent a 
summer month in Iceland. Her aim is to 
seek out intersections of the mythic and 
mundane.
Runs until December 9
Spark Design Space
Salon
Every year the Spark Design Space 
installs a collection of projects they have 
exhibited in the past.
Runs until January 5
volcanic eruptions and other magnificent 
aspects of Icelandic nature.
On permanent view 
Tveir Hrafnar
X-mas
For this special holiday show, the artists 
and affiliates of Tveir Hrafnar band 
together to offer a diverse exhibition.
Runs until December 31
Volcano House
The exhibition gives a brief overview of 
Iceland?s geological history and volcanic 
systems with superb photographs of 
Wind And Weather Gallery
?Enter. Space.? by Auður Ómarsdóttir
The exhibit focuses on those two buttons: 
enter and space. Both make space. Enter 
gives you an invisible pass into another 
realm or a leap down as far as possible. 
Space gives you an invisible room that 
keeps words apart from each other.
Runs until December 29
Artist Shoplifter, AKA Hrafnhildur Arnardóttir, likes to make art out 
of hair, both human and synthetic. You might not be aware of the 
fact, but you've definitely seen her work (you're quite possibly a 
fan, even), most likely through one of her many collaborations with 
Björk (that hair sculpture Björk donned on the cover of 'Medúlla' 
was an original Shoplifter piece, for instance). At her Hverfisgallerý 
show, you can view Shoplifter's latest obsession, the Fur-Lings, 
which are reportedly furry paintings made with generous amounts 
of hair. Go see it, you will like it. HSM

					
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