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Ferskir vindar – Alþjóðleg Listahátíð – 40 listamenn að störfum í 4 vikur víðs vegar í Suðurnesjabæ.
Alþjóðlega listahátíðin Ferskir vindar verður haldin í sjötta sinn á Íslandi dagana 13.12.2019 –12.01. 2020 undir listrænni stjórn Mireyu Samper. Þema hátíðarinnar í ár er “á hjara veraldar”. Hátíðleg opnun sýninga, tónleika, gjörninga og uppákoma verður 04. janúar 2020 klukkan 14.00 að Sunnubraut 4, Garði, Suðurnesjabæ.

Fresh Winds – International Art Biennale – 40 artists during 4 weeks creating artworks in Suðurnesjabær and expanding life in the area.
The international art festival Festival Fresh Wind in Iceland will be held for the sixth time in Iceland from 14th. Dec. 2019 to 12.th. Jan. 2020 under artistic direction of Mireya Samper. Theme of the festival this year is “at the edge of the world”. The opening of exhibitions, concerts, performances and happening will be 04th January 2020 at 14:00 Sunnubraut 4, Suðurnesjabær

 

PRESENTATIONS : OPEN HOUSE at. 20.00 – program is coming soon
KYNNINGARKVÖLD : OPIÐ HÚS kl. 20.00 – verður kynnt síðar

 


>>> THE GREAT CULTURAL PRICE EYRARROSIN 2018
for Fresh Winds!!! More informations here!
>>> EXTENDED AND CHANGED EXHIBITION WILL BE OPEN ON OFFICE HOURS UNTIL THE END OF AUGUST 2018 & EXTERIOR ARTWORKS AROUND THE TOWN. Entrance free of cost.




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KYNNINGARKVÖLD : OPIÐ HÚS kl. 20.00
PRESENTATIONS : OPEN HOUSE at. 20.00

19.12
Almuth Baumfalk
Lap Yip
Danielle Loisel
Alix Marie
Istvan Nayg

20.12
Simon Whetham
Lee Kuei-Chih
Sandor Zelenak
Janet Diaz
Arna Gudny Valsdottir

21.12
Tamás Szvet
Brynhildur Þorgeirsdóttir
Rodney Dickson
Susanna Niederer
Gunjan Tyagi

22.12
Carlos Sebastiá
Franziska Fennert
Takashi Ikezawa
Esther Seidel
Hrafn Andres Harðarsson

26.12
Amir Zainorin
Rahman Hak-Hagir
Eglė Kuckaitė
Christina Lindeberg
Michiko Sone

27.12
Mahe Boissel
Bjarni Sigurbjörnsson
Renata Vaulvick
k.a.n.a
Bosuk Lee

28.12
Ragnheiður Guðmundsdóttir
Kyoko Fujiwara
Fabrice Bony
Tomoo Nagai
Aki-Ra sunrise

30.12
Christine Bauer
Herbert Egger
Taeko Mori
Tham Siewmoi
Vladimir Skoda