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CHART ART FAIR Weekend at BERG Contemporary

BERG Contemporary is pleased to announce that we will be hosting this year’s CHART De-centred event at our gallery space located at Klapparstígur 16 in Reykjavík. Taking place across five Nordic capitals during the weekend of 29-30 August, 28 leading art galleries will host special events and exhibitions as part of CHART’s 2020 program.

For this special occasion, BERG Contemporary will be showcasing some never before seen works by artists Steina and Hulda Stefánsdóttir.

To learn more, visit CHART’s website for registration and the program in its entirety.

Happy to be part of CHART De-centred taking place in 28 leading art galleries across five Nordic capitals from 28-30 August. Special events take place in each gallery. Visit CHART’s website for the full 2020 programme and registration, or drop us a line at gallery@bergcontemporary.is

 


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