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Haraldur Jónsson opens a retrospective at Kjarvalsstaðir

Haraldur Jónsson’s exhibition Spectrum opens in the Reykjavík Art Museum at Kjarvalsstaðir on Saturday October 20th at 4 pm.

„This mid-career retrospective of Haraldur Jónsson‘s work, Spectrum, reflects the artist‘s unique position in the local art scene. His career is versatile and the media different, however the theme is always some sort of a distillation of human existence.“

For more information on the exhibition see the website of Kjarvalsstaðir.


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