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“Impressions” on Display at Gallerí Ágúst

The exhibition “Impressions” by visual artist Gudrún Gunnarsdóttir opened at Gallerí Ágúst yesterday. She has developed different styles through the years and is best known for her wire sculptures, which she defines as three-dimensional drawings.

Gunnarsdóttir’s work is sometimes described as though she “raised the art of weaving from the loom and developed her work by providing them with increased three-dimensional qualities and lightness,” as stated in a Gallerí Ágúst press release.

Gunnarsdóttir (b. 1948) lives and works in Reykjavík. She has a background in textile and she studied weaving in Denmark and the United States. Her work has been displayed in galleries around the world.

“Impressions” includes new artwork with mixed technique, which Gunnarsdóttir has worked on for the past months. The exhibition runs through June 27.

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