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“Between the Layers” Opens in ASÍ Art Museum

By Iceland Review

The exhibition “Between the Layers” by visual artist Thurídur Sigurdardóttir opened in the ASÍ Art Museum on Freyjugata 41 in Reykjavík yesterday, displaying paintings, drawings and video installations.

Sigurdardóttir’s work features man and nature and especially man’s relationship with the Icelandic horse. The artist presents the results of her research of the animal itself and the experience of interacting with horses.

The exhibition also includes artwork inspired by the unique moorlands of south Iceland. What all of Sigurdardóttir’s work has in common is that it is based on contemplation on the nature of paintings that have evolved into drawings, videos and audio work.

“Between the Layers” runs until March 1. Admission is free.

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