An exhibition of the work of Icelandic visual artist Gylfi Gíslason opens in ASÍ Art Museum in Reykjavík on November 1. The artist was one of the founder of the Icelandic artist collective SÚM, but is best known for his drawings.
Gíslason (1940-2006) launched his career during a lively time in the Icelandic art scene. His drawings are considered to have quite an original style. The exhibition also includes his illustrations and three-dimensional artwork.
Gíslason was a versatile artist and in his lifetime he worked as an illustrator, designer, teacher, curator, art critic, radio and television producer. The exhibition runs through November 23 and admission is free.