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New Exhibition at Living Art Museum

nylo-logoThe exhibition “Koddu/Come Along” reopened at the Living Art Museum (Nýlistasafnid, Nýló for short) in Reykjavík on April 26 after closing temporarily due to copyright issues regarding two of the items on display—these items have now been removed.

The exhibition spans everything from the origins of national imagery and the impact of images in the modern world to the manifestation of images and the symbols of the boom years and subsequent collapse.

Thirty artists participate in the exhibition, “tackle the situation as it appears to them and submit a rough and independent interpretation,” as stated on the museum’s website. The exhibition is curated by Ásmundur Ásmundsson, Hannes Lárusson and Tinna Grétarsdóttir.

The Living Art Museum, which is located on Skúlagata 28, is open Tuesdays through Sundays from 12 to 5 pm and admission is free. “Koddu/Come Along” runs until May 15.

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