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“Silent Footsteps” on Display in Reykjavík Art Museum

The exhibition “Silent Footsteps” by Sigrid Valtingojer, who has been one of Iceland’s most prominent graphic artists for the past 30 years, is currently running at the ASÍ Art Museum in Reykjavík.

Valtingojer’s artwork has been displayed in 25 solo exhibitions in Iceland and she has also exhibited her work in Scandinavia, around European and Japan. The artist has received numerous awards and recognitions for her work, a press release states.

The current exhibition at the ASÍ Art Museum features both new and old graphic artworks, as well as photographs.

The exhibition runs through March 28 and tomorrow. Valtingojer will be at the museum at 3 pm for an artist’s talk.

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