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DODDA MAGGÝ in Dark Music Days Program

DODDA MAGGÝ is part of this year’s Dark Music Days program, with a screening of her work Loom (2017). Collaborating with composer María Huld Markan, the event takes place on January 26th, starting at 10 pm at the National Gallery of Iceland.

To learn more visit the website of Dark Music Days here or see the Facebook event here.


In other news

Björn Roth at Reykjanesbær Art Museum

Ellipse, an all-new exhibition by Björn Roth and Gabríela Friðriksdóttir opens this upcoming Saturday at 2 p.m. at Reykjanesbær Art Museum. Roth and Friðriksdóttir are both well known for their adventurous imagery, and for this occasion, they reflect on the phenomenon of children’s coloring books. The works have been specially done for the exhibition.

DODDA MAGGÝ’S DECORE (AURAE) AT THE HOUSE OF COLLECTIONS

Dodda Maggý’s installation DeCore (aurae) is part of a new exhibition titled Resistance, Interplay of Art and Physics now on display at The House of Collections in Reykjavík. Resistance is an interdisciplinary exhibition that bridges the gap between visual arts and science and features works from the collection of the National Gallery of Iceland. For

KEES VISSER´S MONOCHROMES? IN GALERIE POGGI, PARIS

Kees Visser‘s solo exhibition, Monochromes?, opens today at Galerie Poggi in Paris, France. The exhibition is held to celebrate the publication of a new monograph on Kees Visser‘s 50-year career. For more information about the exhibition, please click here.