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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 work by the gallery’s array of artists. To learn more, look here.


In other news

HARALDUR JÓNSSON official artist of the city of Reykjavík

On Iceland’s national independence day, June 17th, the mayor of Reykjavík officially announced the selection of HARALDUR JÓNSSON as Reykjavík’s city artist 2019. The nomination is an honorary award to an artist that has through their life’s work excelled in their role and made their mark on Icelandic art life. To learn more, visit the

FINNBOGI PÉTURSSON at the Reykjavík Art Museum

BERG Contemporary is pleased to announce Hz, a new solo exhibition by Finnbogi Pétursson at the Reykjavík Art Museum. Opening on May 29th at 8 pm, the artist will premiere a new site specific work in the A-hall of the museum. Sound waves are led into a massive pool, carrying on his four decade long tradition of

Steina at Peter Blum Gallery

Steina’s Warp will be exhibited at Peter Blum Gallery, New York, this summer. The exhibition, which is called 20/20 and curated by Vlad Smolkin, opens May 31st at 6pm. Other artists included are Bernard Gilardi, Tom Green, Michelle Handelman, Philip Hinge, Becky Kolsrud, Mores McWreath, Richard Allen Morris, Deirdre Sargent, Clayton Schiff, Kirsten Stoltmann and