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Haraldur Jónsson in Living Art Museum exhibition

The Expedition to the Magic Mountain* (2013-2020) is an existential movement in time and space, exploring levels of consciousness, knowledge and sensibility, old and new. It is also the title of a newly opened exhibition by a group of contemporary artists, including BERG Contemporary’s very own Haraldur Jónsson.

In conjunction with the exhibition, the expedition welcomes visitors to events at the Living Art Museum in Reykjavík.

To learn more, see here.


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