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Reykjavik Museum of Art

Reykjavik Museum of Art

The museum complex (Listasafn Reykjavik) occupies three buildings: Hafnarchus (Hafnarhús), Kjarvalsstadir (Kjarvalsstaðir) and Asmundarsafn (Ásmundarsafn). The museum has the largest art collection in Iceland and the largest gallery space in the country. It offers various exhibition programs with the participation of local and international contemporary artists, as well as recognized and emerging artists from Iceland.

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Hafnarchus (Hafnarhús)

Hafnarchus focuses on exhibitions of progressive art by recognized national and international contemporary artists.

Hafnarchus (Hafnarhús)

Kjarvalsstadir (Kjarvalsstaðir)

The venue for regular exhibitions of the works of Johannes S. Kjarwals (1885-1972). His works occupy a special place in the history of Icelandic culture and art. He is one of the most beloved artists of the country.

Kjarvalsstadir (Kjarvalsstaðir)

Asmundarsafn (Ásmundarsafn)

It regularly hosts exhibitions of works by Asmundur Sveinsson (1893-1982) along with works by living artists.

Asmundarsafn (Ásmundarsafn)

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April 11, 2024

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