The photography exhibition “Two-Thousand-And-Eight” by Vera Pálsdóttir opened at the National Museum of Iceland in Reykjavík yesterday. Her photographs portray modern fashion and the “most freakishly dressed” guests at local bar Sirkus.
Pálsdóttir had the idea for her photo series when she heard that Sirkus would be closed and demolished. In cooperation with the bar’s owners she managed to capture the venue’s “freaky fashion” on camera. Everyone who participated in the project are Sirkus regulars.
Pálsdóttir has worked as a professional photographer for nearly two decades and has worked with many well-known photographers, both at home and abroad. Her “Two-Thousand-And-Eight” exhibition is open until May 4.
Photo courtesy of the National Museum.