The first private exhibition in Iceland of visual artist Gunnhildur Thórdardóttir opens today at gallery Sudsudvestur in Reykjavík today.
The “Samraemi-Identity” exhibition features most paintings and sculptures Thórdardóttir has created this year. Her work is inspired by the theories of Russian-American psychologist Abraham Maslow on the Pyramid of Needs. She uses colors and symbols typical for the modern world.
Thórdardóttir has as BA degree in fine arts and art history from the University of Cambridge and an MA degree from Ashcroft International Business School in Cambridge.
The artist has earlier taken part in joint exhibitions in Iceland and has displayed her work in private exhibitions in England and Denmark.