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CV – Finnur Arnar

Finnur Arnar

CV 

Privat exhibitions

2016  Artzine Gallery

2015  The Videowall – Aðalstræti,

2014  Duushús-Cultural Center of Reykjanesbær.

2013  Akureyri Municipal Museum, Akureyri

2012  Hrafnseyri

2011  Neskirkja church

2007  Gallery Nordlys, Copenhagen, Denmark

2007  Next bar, Reykjavik

2006  Gallery Populus Tremola, Akureyri

2006  Gallery Bananananas

2006  Gallery +, Akureyri

2005  Gallery 21, Malmö, Sweden

2005  Epal-húsagnaverslun, Reykjavík

2005  I8 Gallery, Reykjavík

2004  Reykjavík Art museum, Hafnarhús

2004  Safn “Museum”, Reykjavík

2003  02 gallery, Akureyri

2003  12 tónar, Reykjavík

2003  The Living Art Museum, Reykjavík

2001  The Living Art Museum, Reykjavík

1999  12 tónar, Reykjavík

1998  The Living Art Museum, Reykjavík

1997  Gallery Show space – The Button ( A traveling gallery)

1996  The Living Art Museum, Reykjavík

1996  Gallery Show space – (A telephone answering machine)

1993  Mokka Café, Reykjavík

 

Group exhibitions

2017   Bout – four bouts of video works, Reykjavík Art museum, Hafnarhús

2017   Normality is the new Avant-Garden, Kópavogur Art Museum – Gerðarsafn

2016   KINGDOM – Flora, Fauna, Fable, Reykjavík Art museum, Hafnarhús

2015  “Men”, The Hafnarfjörður Centre of Culture and Fine Art

2014  “Óskastígur”, Reykjavík

2011 ” Æringur”, Family exhibition in Bolungavik

2010  “Þar spretta laukar”, Family exhibition in ASI Art Museum

2010  “Finnur Keli Kristján”, The Factory at Hjalteyri

2010  Dieter Roth akademie, The Factory at Hjalteyri

2009  “Fokhelt”, Breiðakur 17-19, Garðabaer

2009  “In Deep Water”, The Hafnarfjörður Centre of Culture and Fine Art

2009  “Rhyme” – Works by Ásmundur Sveinsson and contemporary artists
Reykjavík Art museum, Asmundarsafn

2008  “Silence”, Reykjavík Art museum, Hafnarhús

2007  “Images of Technology”, 12th edition Netfilmmakers Kopenhafn, Denmark

2007  “Sequences”, Real time art festival, Reykjavík Art museum, Hafnarhús

2007  “Angur:blíða”, Skaftfell – Center for Visual Art, Seyðisfjörður

2006  CIA gallery, Xiamen, China

2006  Gallery Sud-sudvestur, Keflavik

2006  “Far:angur”, Gallery BOX, Akureyri

2004  “New Icelandic art” The National Museum

2003  “Ferðafuða” The Reykjavík Municipal Museum, Kjarvalsstaðir

2003  “Ideologia II” Nordic Bienal of Contemporary Art, Alingsas museum, Sweden

2001  “Ideologia I” Nordic Bienal of Contemporary Art, Röda Sten, Gotaborg, Sweden

2000  “Orgasm 2000” Akureyri Municipal Museum, Akureyri

1999  “Pictures at an exhibition”,  Egilstaðir

1999  “Sampling” Ronald Feldman fine arts, New York, USA

1998  “Flögð og fögur skinn” The Living Art Museum, Reykjavík

1997  “Art for Icelanders” Hafnarhúsið-gallery, Reykjavík

1997  “Coffee shop-tales”, Sólon íslandus-café, Reykjavík

1997  “Harvest”, The Forestry Center, Akureyri,

1997  “Open exhibition”, Living Art Museum, Reykjavík

1996  “Tukt”, Reykjavík

1996  “8 Dwarfs”, Akureyri

1996  Cultural Center of Grindavík

1995  Gallery Neptune, Rotterdam, Holland

1995  “Einskonar hversdagsrómantík” The Reykjavík Municipal Museum,                                                              Kjarvalsstaðir

1995  Celebration of the Arts, Akureyri

1994  “Outlawed”, 50th anniversary of the Icelandic Republic, London, England

1993  “11 Artists” , Living Art Museum, Reykjavík

1992  “Before-after”, an outdoor installation

1992   Halldór Laxness-festival in the National Theatre

1992  “Posters” an outdoor installation

 

Works in puplic collections

Reykjavík University
The University of Iceland
The National Gallery of Iceland
The Reykjavík Municipal Museum
Reykholahreppur
Stipends and commissions

1999 Artist´s Salery Fund, Travel grant
2000 6 month Artist´s Salary Fund
2003 One year Visual Artist´s Salary Fund
2005 6 month Artist´s Salary Fund
2006 One year Visual Artist´s Salary Fund
2011 Náttúruverndarsjóður Pálma Jónssonar
2012 6 month Artist´s Salary Fund

 

 

 Stage Design

2017  The National Theater / Faraway Land by Gudjón Davíd Karlsson

2016  The National Theater / A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman

2016  Tjarnarbíó / Old Bessastaðir by Salka Guðmundsdóttur

2014  The National Theater / “Karítas” by Kristín María Baldursdóttir

2014  The Reykjavík Municipal Theatre / “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” by Mark Haddon

2013  The National Theater / “Maður að mínu skapi” by Bragi Ólafsson

2013  The National Theater / “Jerusalem” by Jez Butterworth

2012  The National Theater /  “Jónsmessunótt by Hávar Sigurjónsson

2012  The National Theater / “Les Miserables” by Viktor Hugo

2011  The National Theatre / “Hedda Gabler” by Henrik Ibsen

2011  The Reykjavík Municipal Theatre / “The Grandfather” by Bjarni Haukur

2010  The National Theater of Faroe Islands / “The Cherry Orchard” by Anton Tjekhov

2010  The National Theatre / “Íslandsklukkan” by Halldór Laxness

2010  The Akureyri Theatre: / “39.steps” by Patrick Barlow

2009  The Reykjavík Municipal Theatre / “Rautt brennur” by Heidar Sumarlidason

2009  The Akureyri Theatre / “Falið fylgi” by Bjarni Jónsson

2008  The National Theatre / “Sumarljós” by Jón Kalman.

2008  The Iceladic Opera / “Janis 27” by Ólafur Haukur Símonarson

2008  The Malmö Dramtiska Theater / “The Tempest” by Shakespere

2008  The Hafnarfjörður Theatre / “Halla og Kári” by Hávar Sigurjónsson

2007  The Akureyri Theatre / “Óvitar” by Guðrún Helgadóttur

2003  The National Theatre / “Pabbastrákur” by Hávar Sigurjónsson.

2003  The Reykjavík Municipal Theatre / “Sól og Máni”

2002  The Hafnarfjörður Theatre /  “The saga of Grettir Ásmundarson”

2002  The Reykjavík Municipal Theatre / “Kryddlegin Hjörtu” by Lauru Esquivel

2002  The Icelandic School of Drama / “Íslands Þúsund tár” by Elísabet Jökulsdóttir

2001  The National Theater / “Cyrano De Bergerac” by Edmond Rostand

2001  The Hafnarfjörður Theatre / “Englabörn” by Hávar Sigurjónsson

2001  The Hafnarfjörður Theatre / “Platonov” by Chekov

2001  The Iceladic Opera / “La Boheme”

2000  The Hafnarfjörður Theatre / “The Idiots” by Ólafur Haukur Símonarson.

1999  The Hafnarfjörður Theatre / “Salka Valka” by Halldór Laxness ,
adabtion by  Hilmar Jónsson and Finnur Arnar.

1999  The Reykjavík Municipal Theatre / “An Accidental Death of an Anarchistby ”

by Dario Fo.

1998  Abo Svenska Teatern, in Turku, Finnland / “Heaven” by Árni Ibsen.

1998  Hafnarfjörður Theatre / “Father and son” by Þorvaldur Þorsteinsson.

1998  The Hafnarfjörður Theatre / “The Last Farm in the Valley” by Loftur                                  Gudmundsson.
1998  Herranótt / “Spring Awakening” by Frank Wedekind.
1998  The Icelandic School of Drama / “En Uppstoppad hund” by Staffan Göete

1997  The Akureyri Theatre / “Vefarinn mikli frá Kasmír” by Halldór Laxness.
1997  The Hafnarfjörður Theatre / “Að Eilífu” by Árni Ibsen.
1997  The Reykjavík Municipal Theatre / “The Wizard of Oz”.

1996  Hafnarfjörður Theatre / “Candide” by Voltaire.

1995  Hafnarfjörður Theatre / “Heaven” by Árni Ibsen.
1995  The National Theatre / “Kardemommubærinn” by Tobjörn Egner.

1994  The National Theatre / “West Side Story” by L. Bernstein.
1994  Flugfélagið Loftur /  “Hair” –  in Barcelona.

1993  The Icelandic Opera – Flugfélagið Loftur /  “Hair” – the musical.

1992  The Icelandic School of Drama /  “Clara S” by Elfriede Jelinek.

 

 

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