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Sigurður Guðjónsson in BOUT at Reykjavík Art Museum

Sigurður Guðjónsson takes part in the group exhibition BOUT at Reykjavík Art Museum from April 6th to May 7th with DEATHBED (2006).

BOUT is an extensive project where a large part of the animated works in the Reykjavík Art Museum collection will be put on show. The title refers 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.

Deathbed (2006) in Reykjavík Art Museum

In other news

BERG Contemporary closed for the first day of summer

Tomorrow, on April 19th, the first day of summer in Iceland, our gallery will be closed for the day. We look forward to welcoming you again on April 20th, from 11 am to 5 pm. For any urgent enquiries, please contact gallery@bergcontemporary.is  

BERG CONTEMPORARY AT ART COLOGNE, APRIL 19-22, 2018

BERG Contemporary will be at booth D-25 for this year’s upcoming edition of ART COLOGNE, taking place from April 19-22. Being the first original fair of its kind, BERG Contemporary is pleased to participate in this year’s upcoming edition. In collaboration with Galerie Jérôme Poggi, BERG Contemporary will be presenting a wide range of KEES

Rintaro Hara at Forum Box, Finland

Forum Box, a non-profit artist-run co-operative society in Finland, opens a new exhibition by BERG Contemporary artist RINTARO HARA on April 6th 2018. Titled PORT JOURNEY, the exhibit features the artist’s installation Ascending and Descending. HARA often works by creating site-specific installations which utilise the characteristics of the exhibition space and has lately been working on astronomy