A solo exhibition by Icelandic visual artist Óskar Bragi Stefánsson, entitled “Crude Visions,” opens in Gallery Tukt in Hitt Húsid youth culture center in Reykjavík today. Stefánsson’s pencil and ink drawings will be on display.
Hitt Húsid encourages young artists to be creative, “invent, experiment, grow, break the rules, fail and have fun,” as stated on the center’s website.
Gallery Tukt is a venue for visual arts, open to everyone. Other Hitt Húsid venues include the Art Workshop (Listsmidjan), Thursday Teaser, a place for musicians to perform on Thursday evenings, Músíktilraunir, Iceland’s battle of the bands—one of the biggest music venues in the spring—and the Hitt Húsid Street Theatre, which performs in public spaces in the summer.
The exhibition runs through November 16. The gallery is open between 9 am and 5 pm every weekday.