1960

Lífsþráður

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    Curriculum Vitae

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  • Born 1960 in Reykjavík, Iceland

  • Lives and works in Denmark

  • Member of Bkf

Education

  • 1984-1986 Jan Van Eyck Akademie Maastricht Nederland

  • 1980-1984 Myndlista- og handíðaskóli Íslands Reykjavík Iceland

Solo exhibitions

  • 2004 Galleri Nordlys, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • 2004 Gallerí Sævars Karls, Reykjavík Iceland
  • 2004 The Associaton of Icelandic Visual Artists (SÍM), Reykjavík Iceland
  • 2002 Window Space, Copenhagen Denmark
  • 2002 ASI Art Museum, Reykjavík Iceland
  • 2002 Mokka, Reykjavík Iceland
  • 2000 Gallerí Sævars Karls, Reykjavík Iceland
  • 1997 Kopavogur ArtMuseum Gerðarsafn, Kopavogur Iceland
  • 1996 Gallerí Sævars Karls, Reykjavík Iceland
  • 1992 Gallerí Einn Einn, Reykjavík Iceland
  • 1991 The Living Art Museum Nylistasafnid,Reykjavík Iceland
  • 1986 Jan Van Eyck Akademie, Maastricht, Nederland

Selected group exhibitions

  • 2013 Galerie Plan D, Dûsseldorf, Germany
  • 2013 Undir berum himni, Artfestival Reykjavik. Iceland
  • 2013 Atelier Bellig 4, Struxdorf, Germany
  • 2012 Teglværkssymposiun, Nybøl, Denmark
  • 2011 Not a place to meet, Plomari Lesvos , Greece
  • 2011 Krusmølle Aabenraa Denmark
  • 2009 Craftwerk, Sønderborg Denmark
  • 2008 Arnestedet, Kirke Hørup Denmark
  • 2008 Amnesti International Kunst og Co, Flensborg Germany
  • 2008 Makrelsalat Max Jenne, Aabenraa Denmark
  • 2007 ND#2 Karlsruhe Germany
  • 2007 Kunstfluge BaneGården, Aabenraa Denmark
  • 2006 Sønderjyllands Kunstskole, Sønderborg Denmark
  • 2006 Kopavogur ArtMuseum, Kopavogur Iceland
  • 2005 Area53, Vienna Ausria
  • 2005 Glampi, Vienna Austria
  • 2004 Galleri Nordlys, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • 2013 Undir berum himni, Artfestival Reykjavik.
  • 2012 Sydvendt, Galleri Nexus
  • 2003 "Ferdafuda" Kjarvalsstadir The Reykjavik Art Museum, Reykjavik Iceland
  • 2000 Nordisk Konstsalong – Eriksbergshallen, Göteborg Sweeden
  • 1999 Gallerí Sævars Karls, Reykjavík Iceland
  • 1993 Mokka, Reykjavík Iceland
  • 1992 The Reykjavik Art Museum Kjarvalsstaðir,Reykjavík Iceland
  • 1990 Reykjavik Art Festival, Reykjavík Iceland
  • 1988 Seltjörn - Under the Blue Sky, Grindavík Iceland
  • 1988 Safnahúsið, Sauðárkróki Iceland
  • 1988 Glerárkirkja, Akureyri Iceland
  • 1987 KAM, Stockholm Sweeden
  • 1986 Kunstakademie, Dusseldorf Germany
  • 1985 Womens Art FestivalReykjavík Iceland
  • 1985 Kruisherenkerk Maastricht Nederland

Represented

  • National Gallery of IcelandReykjavík Iceland
  • The Living Art Museum Reykjavík Iceland

Awards

  • 2002 The Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Reykjavik, Iceland
  • 2001 Århus Kommunes Kunststipendium
  • 2000 The Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Reykjavik, Iceland
  • 1999 The Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Reykjavik, Iceland

Other

  • 2000.Competition of decorating the airportLeifur Eiriksson in Keflavik Iceland
  • 2005- Art-teacher at Sønderjyllands Kunstskole