4.15.2021

12—13

Events

Gamma-ray bursts and Exhibition Tour during World Art Day

A warm welcome to The Living Art Museum during World Art Day, April 15, celebrated for the first time in Iceland inititative of the Association of Icelandic Artists. 

The Living Art Museum open’s at 12 with a Guided Tour of Katie Paterson’s Exhibition. The tour starts with the work 100 Billion Suns, a confetti cannon containing 3,216 pieces of paper, corresponding to the brightest explosions in the Universe. The tour is free of charge, but due to covid-restrictions guests need to register by writing to nylo(at)nylo.is or calling the museum at 551-4350. 

On occasion of World Art Day several other artist run spaces offer a special program, see more at https://fb.me/e/1nOZMLfPa

The Living Art Museum is open from 12 to 6 pm.

Image: Installation view from Katie Paterson's ongoing exhibition The Earth Has Many Keys. Photo by Vigfús Birgisson.

A warm welcome to The Living Art Museum during World Art Day, April 15, celebrated for the first time in Iceland inititative of the Association of Icelandic Artists. 

The Living Art Museum open’s at 12 with a Guided Tour of Katie Paterson’s Exhibition. The tour starts with the work 100 Billion Suns, a confetti cannon containing 3,216 pieces of paper, corresponding to the brightest explosions in the Universe. The tour is free of charge, but due to covid-restrictions guests need to register by writing to nylo(at)nylo.is or calling the museum at 551-4350. 

On occasion of World Art Day several other artist run spaces offer a special program, see more at https://fb.me/e/1nOZMLfPa

The Living Art Museum is open from 12 to 6 pm.

Image: Installation view from Katie Paterson's ongoing exhibition The Earth Has Many Keys. Photo by Vigfús Birgisson.