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Sigurður Guðjónsson and Steina in Reykjavík Art Museum exhibition

BERG Contemporary artists Sigurður Guðjónsson and Steina are part of an extensive exhibition project, currently on at the Reykjavík Art Museum. Titled BOUT – play, performance, record and tale, referring to the works being exhibited in four different bouts, each one lasting around four weeks. Each bout has its own theme which is based on the approach and subjects of the artists. The themes in question are play, performance, documentation and storytelling.

Steina is part of the first theme, PLAY, with her work Tokyo Four (1991), where the video work is technically characterised by an experimental approach to the media and research of the possibilities which technology brings. She has played an important part in the development of video art, as an active participant in the international art scene during the birth and formation years of the media, late in the sixties.

The fourth and last bout is TALE, where Sigurður Guðjónsson’s work Deathbed (2006) is being showcased, with him being one of the primary artists representing this approach to video art in Iceland today.

During the exhibition an extensive program will run in Hafnarhús with conversations with the artists and lectures on video art and New Media. The show runs through May 7th, 2017.


In other news

New exhibitions by Dodda Maggý

One of BERG Contemporary’s latest artist recruitments, Dodda Maggý, has opened two new exhibitions. Located in Iceland’s countryside, Kleifar in Blönduós, the former one is Ekkert Jarm and features work by the artist until 30. July 2017. To learn more click here. The second exhibition is Vicennial by Vane, in Newcastle upon Tyne. Open until 19. August 2017, it showcases

Haraldur Jónsson in Rolling Snowball

BERG Contemporary artist Haraldur Jónsson is currently exhibiting at Rolling Snowball, an annual group exhibition held in Djúpivogur, the Eastern part of Iceland. The show is now in its ninth edition and will run through 20. August 2017. To learn more, click here.

BERG CONTEMPORARY ANNOUNCES REPRESENTATION OF NEW ARTISTS AND UPCOMING FAIRS

BERG Contemporary is delighted to announce that the gallery now represents Dodda Maggý (b. 1981), Kees Visser (b. 1948) and John Zurier (b. 1956). To learn more about the artists, please click here. BERG Contemporary is also pleased to state their return to CHART Art Fair in Copenhagen and UNTITLED Miami, in addition to participating in this year’s EXPO CHICAGO.