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Reykjavík Art Museum – kjarvalsstaðir
Exhibitions Kjarval – Key works
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The Reykjavik Art Museum draws on its extensive collection of works by Jóhannes S. Kjarval for ongoing exhibitions at Kjarvalsstaðir. The exhibition in Kjarvalsstaðir’s  east gallery features key works from the museum’s collection. These key works from Kjarval’s oeuvre offer a unique and powerful retrospective of the career of Iceland’s most beloved painter.
Kjarvalsstaðir is mainly devoted to paintings and sculpture by well established Icelandic and international artists. It offers a permanent exhibition of key works by one of Iceland’s most beloved landscape painters, Jóhannes S. Kjarval (1885–1972), as well as changing exhibitions that explore various thematic and historical aspects of Icelandic art. Kjarvalsstaðir has a bright and spacious restaurant with a wonderful view of the museum grounds (Miklatún). The Kjarvalsstaðir shop offers books and exhibition catalogues in English about Icelandic art, in addition to postcards and art posters.
Kjarvalsstaðir was commissioned in 1966 and christened in 1973, the first building in Iceland specifically designed for visual art exhibitions. The architect is Hannes Kr. Davíðsson. Kjarvalsstaðir features exhibitions from its Kjarval Collection as well as diverse temporary exhibitions. Jóhannes S. Kjarval (1885-1972) holds a special place in Icelandic art history and culture, as one of Iceland’s most beloved artists.










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