Third year students of Iceland’s Photography School, Ljósmyndaskólinn, open their graduation exhibition at Harpa at 3 pm today.
Photo: Kolla Jóns.
This year, ten students will present the results of their two and a half years’ study in creative photography.
The students work with material and subject matter from diverse fields such as photographs based on scenes from Icelandic novels, sewn photographs and three dimensional landscape.
Photo: Ása Egils.
Iceland’s history and culture is considered through portraits of Icelandic fishermen and female farmers. Furthermore, self-portraits, the breaking of an individual and a legend of the origin of love are dealt with, as described in a press release from the school.
Photo: Guðbjörg Magnúsdóttir.
Finally, the interaction between man and nature is presented in the form of a book work and video is used to show portraits of individuals with dyslexia.
The exhibition will be open from 8 am to 4 pm every day until February 1.