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DODDA MAGGÝ & Sigurður Guðjónsson in Addis Video Art Festival

Taking place between December 24th and January 3rd 2018 at various venues in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, the 2nd Addis Video Art Festival features the work of DODDA MAGGÝ and SIGURÐUR GUÐJÓNSSON. Their showcases  are a part of a video program curated by Erin Honeycutt, aiming to create a dialogue between local and international artists by encouraging digital media culture.

To learn more about the two artists, click here and to find out more about the full program, click here.


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HARALDUR JÓNSSON official artist of the city of Reykjavík

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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

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