Erró is probably the most famous Icelandic artist alive. He is a postmodern artist who studied art in Norway and in Italy, and has resided in Paris, Thailand and on the island of Formentera for most of his life. In 1989 he donated a large collection of his works to the Reykjavik Arts Museum, which has put part of it on permanent display and opened a website where the whole collection can be visited.
In 2010 he was accused of plagiarism work of comic book artists John Byrne, Mark Bagley, Joe Madureira, Ernie Colon, Jim Hill and the late Tom Artis.
The Centre Pompidou is one of the most important museum in Paris, an unmissable museum if you are interested in Contemporary art. ... read more
The Hafnarhus museum, which mean harbor house, is located in downtown Reykjavik and serves as the Reykjavik Art Museum’s institute of ... read more