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New Exhibitions at Reykjavík Museum of Photography

Two exhibitions opened at the Reykjavík Museum of Photography last month, “Scintilla: Look Into the Light, My Dear, and Not Into the Shadow Over There” by Bjargey Ólafsdóttir and “The Abstraction of Nature” by Thomas Graics.

Ólafsdóttir’s exhibition is a collection of icons, which the artist has either dreamt about or thought of just before falling asleep, and provides a glimpse into a world of beauty and spirituality, of magical light and rich colors.

The artist does not limit her creation to one medium; she also makes films, audio installations, performances, drawings and paintings in addition to photography. Ólafsdóttir’s “Scintilla” exhibition opened on January 17 and runs through May 10.

“The Abstraction of Nature” opened in the museum’s Skotid exhibition space on January 15. Thomas Graics, who is also a pilot, took all the photographs from air. He focuses on forms and patters existent in nature and the colors of gray, green, and red-brown are prominent in his photographs.

Graics’s exhibition closes on March 10.

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