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Icelandic Design Exhibited at Kjarvalsstadir

By Iceland Review

The exhibition “Icelandic Design 2009” is currently running at Reykjavík Art Museum – Kjarvalsstadir, showcasing the best of modern Icelandic design, with a focus on furniture, product design and architecture—in a broad sense.

Objects in production by about 20 designers are displayed, along with selected works of contemporary architecture. “The exhibition presents the best of Icelandic design—with respect to aesthetics, form, production and overall design—in a clear and informative manner,” reads a press release from the museum.

On Sunday at 3 pm, curator Elísabet V. Ingvarsdóttir will discuss the exhibition in Icelandic. The exhibition runs until August 30.

Every Thursday at 11 am visitors can join a guided tour in English around Kjarvalsstadir. Admission to the museum is free.

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