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Jan 06 2014 Published by under Program

2019

2018-12-18 - 2019-01-16

LOKAÐ milli sýninga og jólafrí more

2018-12-20 - 2019-01-05

Afmælispartý Nýló ! more

2019-01-10 - 2019-03-03

Fyrstu sýningar ársins: Bjarki Bragason & Kolbeinn Hugi Höskuldsson more

2019-03-14 - 2019-04-28

Allt fínt, einkasýning Örnu Óttarsdóttur more

2019-05-04 - 2019-05-26

Mjúk lending – Útskriftarsýning MA Myndlist more

2018

2018-01-19 - 2018-03-11

Fjarrænt efni more

2018-03-24 - 2018-05-20

Milli fjalls og fjöru more

2018-06-07 - 2018-08-12

Djúpþrýstingur more

2018-08-18 - 2018-08-18

WHAT ARE PEOPLE FOR? more

2018-08-30 - 2018-10-28

Eygló Harðardóttir: Annað rými more

2018-11-13 - 2018-12-16

Rúmelsi #1 #2 #3 more

2018-12-13 - 2018-12-16

STREYMI more

2018-12-18 - 2019-01-16

LOKAÐ milli sýninga og jólafrí more

2018-12-20 - 2019-01-05

Afmælispartý Nýló ! more

2017

2017-03-18 - 2017-06-11

Rolling Line more

2017-04-22 - 2017-09-02

YFIRLESTUR myndlist í bókaformi úr safneign Nýlistasafnsins / SJÓNDEILDARHRINGUR more

2017-06-24 - 2017-07-30

HAPPY PEOPLE more

2017-08-21 - 2017-09-24

Leiðangurinn á Töfrafjallið more

2017-09-13 - 2017-12-22

YFIRLESTUR myndlist í bókaformi úr safneign Nýlistasafnsins / ÆVINTÝRI more

2017-10-06 - 2017-12-10

Does the Mirror Make the Picture more

2016

2016-01-09 - 2016-02-21

Boekie Woekie 30 years, books - and more - by artists more

2016-03-05 - 2016-04-17

Double Bind - Reykjavík more

2016-04-08 - 2016-05-01

Being Boring more

2016-04-19 - 2016-08-28

101 question to women more

2016-05-07 - 2016-06-19

Infinite Next more

2016-08-27 - 2016-10-09

continuous self beyond the river more

2016-09-10 - 2016-12-18

Reasons to Perform more

2016-11-26 - 2016-12-18

The Primal Shelter is the Site for Primal Fears more

2015

2015-01-01 - 2015-03-30

Súrrealisminn lifir more

2015-01-10 - 2015-02-06

Crowd Show more

2015-02-28 - 2015-03-28

Abreast more

2015-04-10 - 2015-04-25

Sequences VII - The Living Art Museum more

2015-05-14 - 2015-06-12

Spring Task more

2015-05-16 - 2015-10-31

Adorn / Exhibition in the Living Collection more

2015-05-16 - 2015-06-13

AND - a performance by Steinunn Gunnlaugsdóttir more

2015-07-30 - 2015-08-30

Coming Soon more

2015-08-29 - 2015-08-29

Best Places to Hide in Nýló more

2015-09-25 - 2015-10-18

Nothing Really Matters (except me) more

2015-10-10 - 2015-11-15

Art / Work more

2015-11-13 - 2015-12-06

prik/ strik/ more

2015-11-28 - 2015-12-13

The World Belongs to Everyone, Not Only a Chosen Few more

2014

2014-01-26 - 2014-03-09

Psychotronics more

2014-04-05 - 2014-06-05

time and time and again more

2014-06-01 - 2014-10-01

S7 - Suðurgata >> Árbær (not in service) more

2014-06-14 - 2014-06-15

Sad Problems more

2014-10-18 - 2014-11-13

Laboratory Aim Density - FOREVER! just ended. more

2014-11-01 - 2014-12-07

Exhibition of the Lost Artworks more

2014-11-22 - 2014-12-20

We Need Better Endings more

2013

2013-04-05 - 2013-04-14

Áratugur / Grétar Reynisson more

2013-05-18 - 2013-08-18

6. Bindið more

2013-09-21 - 2013-12-01

Embracing Impermanence - We came into this with a shovel in our hands more

2012

2012-01-29 - 2012-03-11

(Íslenska) TEIKN more

2012-03-25 - 2012-04-29

FAMILY-FUN more

2012-05-19 - 2012-09-02

NÝLÓ + ARCHIVE OF ARTIST RUN INITIATIVES more

2012-05-19 - 2012-07-15

VOLUMES FOR SOUND more

2012-07-28 - 2012-09-09

DELICATE LUGGAGE II more

2011

2011-01-08 - 2011-02-06

0667 0778 3195 1716 more

2011-02-26 - 2011-03-23

KJARVAL DIVISION more

2011-04-01 - 2011-04-10

Gernot Faber, Peter Fengler, and Signa more

2011-04-16 - 2011-05-15

Come Along more

2011-05-28 - 2011-07-03

Carl Boutard more

2011-07-16 - 2011-09-11

LITERACY more

2011-09-18 - 2011-10-30

GRASSROOTS IX more

2011-11-27 - 2011-12-23

LITTLE FRIDAY more

2010

2010-05-20 - 2010-06-26

CHARLIE HOTEL ECHO SIERRA ECHO more

2010-09-03 - 2010-10-02

LOBBYISTS more

2010-10-23 - 2010-12-05

VISIO-CONGRESS: OVERVIEW AND EXPOSITION more

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Upcoming

Jan 06 2014 Published by under Program

Upcoming 4.May.2019 – 26.May.2019

Soft landing – MA Fine Art Degree Exhibition

Soft Landing
MA Fine Art Degree Exhibition
Iceland University of the Arts
4.05 – 26.05 2019
Opening at 5 PM

In Soft Landing eight individual practices diverge, merge and, at times, intersect. Specific words cross through these practices and offer us places to meet, or open up into: absurdity, connection, curiosity, darkness, devotion, disparate, domestic, empathy, seeing, insecurity, displacement, in-between, love, realities, place and energy, shelter, sleep, trauma and vessel. These words are at work in this exhibition, encompass many facets of our human experience, and acknowledge powerful internal states and emotions. At the core of what these artists explore is in fact what it means to be human in a world riddled with personal, social, cultural, ecological and environmental complexities.


The works present many findings and suggest persistent explorations into art’s capacity for communication, personal expression, and common language.

The exhibition´s title — soft landing — refers to a temporary grounding; not fixed, but flexible as in a soft-deadline. It also embraces the curating itself in this specific context; a negotiation, an attempt, agreement, and compromise – all soft and fluid. A try-out, graduating people, a pause before the catalyst sparks a launch into the unknown.

MA studies in Fine Art offers a forum for students to deepen and widen their knowledge in the field of contemporary art. Through research-based studies occurring within the social context of fine art individual vision and creativity are reinforced in connection with the theoretical assumption of the profession.


The 2019 MA Fine Arts graduates include: Katrina Jane Perry, Kimi Taylor, Kirill Lorech, María Hrönn Gunnarsdóttir, Margrét Helga Sesseljudóttir, Pier Yves Larouche, Ragnheiður Guðmundsdóttir, Sihan Yang

MA Fine Art Programme director:
Bryndís Snæbjörnsdóttir

MA Fine Art Theory director:
Jóhannes Dagsson

Curator:
Becky Forsythe

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Current

Jan 06 2014 Published by under Program

On going 4.May.2019 – 26.May.2019

Soft landing – MA Fine Art Degree ExhibitionMjúk lending – Útskriftarsýning MA Myndlist

Soft Landing
MA Fine Art Degree Exhibition
Iceland University of the Arts
4.05 – 26.05 2019
Opening at 5 PM

In Soft Landing eight individual practices diverge, merge and, at times, intersect. Specific words cross through these practices and offer us places to meet, or open up into: absurdity, connection, curiosity, darkness, devotion, disparate, domestic, empathy, seeing, insecurity, displacement, in-between, love, realities, place and energy, shelter, sleep, trauma and vessel. These words are at work in this exhibition, encompass many facets of our human experience, and acknowledge powerful internal states and emotions. At the core of what these artists explore is in fact what it means to be human in a world riddled with personal, social, cultural, ecological and environmental complexities.


The works present many findings and suggest persistent explorations into art’s capacity for communication, personal expression, and common language.

The exhibition´s title — soft landing — refers to a temporary grounding; not fixed, but flexible as in a soft-deadline. It also embraces the curating itself in this specific context; a negotiation, an attempt, agreement, and compromise – all soft and fluid. A try-out, graduating people, a pause before the catalyst sparks a launch into the unknown.

MA studies in Fine Art offers a forum for students to deepen and widen their knowledge in the field of contemporary art. Through research-based studies occurring within the social context of fine art individual vision and creativity are reinforced in connection with the theoretical assumption of the profession.


The 2019 MA Fine Arts graduates include: Katrina Jane Perry, Kimi Taylor, Kirill Lorech, María Hrönn Gunnarsdóttir, Margrét Helga Sesseljudóttir, Pier Yves Larouche, Ragnheiður Guðmundsdóttir, Sihan Yang

MA Fine Art Programme director:
Bryndís Snæbjörnsdóttir

MA Fine Art Theory director:
Jóhannes Dagsson

Curator:
Becky Forsythe

Mjúk lending
Útskriftarsýning MA Myndlist
Listaháskóli Íslands
4.05 – 26.05 2019
Opnun kl. 17:00

Í Mjúk lending kvíslast átta sjálfstæðar nálganir, sameinast og stundum skerast þær. Ákveðin orð flæða gegnum og opna og bjóða okkur á staði til að mætast á: ást, áfall, farvegur, fáránleiki, forvitni, hollusta, heimilislegt, á milli heima, millibil, myrkur, orka, ósamræmi, raunveruleiki, samkennd, samruni, sjálfsmynd, skjól, staður, svefn, tengsl og tilburðir til að „sjá“. Þessi orð eru virk í sýningunni, ná til margra sviða mannlegrar reynslu og viðurkenna tilvist öflugs innra ástands og tilfinninga. Kjarni þess sem listamennirnir kanna í verkum sínum er í raun hvað það þýðir að vera manneskja í heimi gegnsýrðum af félagslegum, menningarlegum og vistfræðilegum vandamálum.


Verkin spanna ýmsar uppgötvanir og kalla fram viðvarandi rannsóknir á getu listarinnar innan samskiptakerfa, persónulegrar tjáningar og sameiginlegs tungumáls.

Titill sýningarinnar – Mjúk lending – vísar í tímabundna jarðtengingu; ekki rótgróna, heldur sveigjanlega líkt og umsemjanlegan lokafrest. Titillinn felur einnig í sér eiginleikann til að staðsetja sjálfa sig í þessu tiltekna samhengi; samningaviðræður, tilraun, samkomulag og málamiðlun – allt eru þetta lausofin fyrirbæri í flæði. Prufa, útskrift, logn á undan skotinu inn í hið óþekkta.

MA nám í myndlist skapar nemendum vettvang til að dýpka og auka þekkingu sína á sviði samtímamyndlistar. Í gegnum nám sem er rannsóknartengt og vinnur með samfélagslegt samhengi myndlistarinnar er persónuleg sýn á eigin listsköpun styrkt og hún tengd fræðilegum forsendum fagsins.


Útskriftarnemendur í myndlist eru: Katrina Jane Perry, Kimi Tayler, Kirill Lorech, María Hrönn Gunnarsdóttir, Margrét Helga Sesseljudóttir, Pier Yves Larouche, Ragnheiður Guðmundsdóttir, Sihan Yang

Sýningarstjóri:
Becky Forsythe

Fagstjóri MA náms í myndlist:
Bryndís Snæbjörnsdóttir

Fagstjóri MA fræða í myndlist:
Jóhannes Dagsson

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Programme

Jan 05 2014 Published by under Program

DAGSKRÁ

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  • The Living Art Museum
  • The Marshall House
  • Grandagarður 20
  • 101 Reykjavík
  • Iceland

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  • Thu 12 – 21
  • Closed on Mondays

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