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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

Violin Power enters the Digital Canon of the Netherlands

Steina’s Violin Power has been selected as one of the twenty most prominent and influential works made on Dutch soil by artists who lived or worked there over a long period of time. Steina’s nomination was due to her work as artistic co-director of STEIM (STudio for Electro Instrumental Music), a center for research and development of new musical

Haraldur Jónsson & Ásta Fanney perform in Hafnarborg

Haraldur Jónsson and Ásta Fanney Sigurðardóttir will present the collaborative performance BLÓÐSÓL III in Hafnarborg, Sunday March 3rd at 4 pm. The performance marks the closing event of the exhibition Phonemes – Exhibiting Music which explores the relationship of contemporary art and music. Among the works exhibited is Violin Power (1969-1978), one of the highlights

Recorder chosen for Loop Barcelona Critics’ Pick

Recorder (2010) by Sigurður Guðjónsson was recently chosen as one of blinkvideo’s Critics’ Pick of Loop Barcelona 2018. The critics Nicole Büsing and Heiko Klaas included Recorder in their selection of the highlights of the art fair which took place in November of last year. „The video work “Recorder”, created in 2010 by the Icelandic artist Sigurður