National Gallery of Iceland – Hulda Hákon

Midnight sun - Hulda Hákon - National Gallery of Iceland

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The National Gallery of Iceland is exhibiting a retrospective work of the established artist Hulda Hákon, a career that spans over 40 years. Hulda set herself apart from the mainstream artists already in the early 80’s with her reliefs.

Hulda was born in Reykjavik in 1956. She studied art in Reykjavik and in New York. Her work is represented in many collections, both private and public, including the major ones in Iceland. The gallery is also showing a video interview with Hulda, made for this extraordinary opportunity.

The exhibition ends on 29/9, 2019.

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