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Fly Over Iceland

FlyOver Iceland gives you a thrilling bird’s eye view over the breathtaking landscapes of Iceland. Located in the Grandi harbour district on the west side of R...

The Cycling City Reykjavík

The Cycling City Reykjavík The City of Reykjavík has ambitiously invested large sums of money in recent years to improve the accessibility of cyclists. The ...

Ingólfur’s square

Ingólfur's square Ingólfstorg is named after the first settler, Ingólfur Arnarson, who settled there in the Kvos and named our capital Reykjavík. ...

The Heart of Reykjavík

The Heart of Reykjavík In the eyes of Icelanders, Austurvöllur Square is the heart of the city centre, the centre of the capital. The square used to be the ...

Cod fishing in the midnight sun

Cod fishing in the midnight sun Summer sunset over Reykjavík Harbour is now a few minutes before midnight. This fisherman was just fishing for cod in the ha...

Leifur is lucky today

Leifur is lucky today The tourist you see here taking a selfie with Leif the Lucky in front of Hallgrímskirkja, comes from New York City. Hallgrímskirkja is t...

Ragna Róbertsdóttir

Exhibition 10 June - 31 July 2021 Ragna Róbertsdóttir10 June - 31 July 2021i8 Gallery is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of works by Icelandic...

HULDA RÓS GUÐNADÓTTIR

 Keep Frozen by Huldu Rós GuðnadótturThursday 18 March at 20.00 in HafnarhúsEvent location HafnarhúsIn connection with the exhibition WERK – Labor Move there w...

The Silent but Noble Art

The Silent but Noble Art  - Sigurhans Vignir40 th anniversary of the Reykjavík Museum of Photography A new exhibition marking the 40 th anniversary...

Erna Guðmarsdóttir

The Sólheimar City Library will be showcasing a painting by Erna Guðmundsdóttir in January and Februar. The painting is provided by the Artótek, which is situa...

Þórunn Bára Björnsdóttir

Þórunn Bára Björnsdóttir (1950) has been active in Icelandic art for the past decade. She graduated from Edinburgh University of the Arts (BA) and Wesleyan Uni...

Þórunn Bára Björnsdóttir

Þórunn Bára opens her exhibition, Tilvera, in Galleri Fold by Rauðarárstígur on Saturday 31 October 2020. A common theme in Þórunn Bára's works is...