As Iceland braces for the winter, museums lobby for more storage

Fifteen years since Iceland’s banking crisis, funding cuts have left the nation’s art in a state of potential peril


As the Fagradalsfjall volcano threatens Iceland, an art biennial in Reykjavik explores societal collapse

Sequences features works that meditate on the unseen forces that dictate the outcome of our lives

A petri dish for an art ecosystem that went global: Iceland remembers influential Klink and Bang space 20 years on

Funded by the tiny Nordic nation’s then thriving financial sector, the exhibition venue was an incubator for creative talent from Ragnar Kjartansson and Olafur Eliasson to Sigur Rós and Björk

Frieze turns 20: what's next for the popular art fair?

Plus, we speak to the artist Hildigunnur Birgisdóttir, who will be representing Iceland in Venice next year, and pick a work from the Matisse show at the Metropolitan Museum in New York

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Icelandic pavilion: The magnetic attraction of light and sound

Sigurður Guðjónsson’s mesmerising work in the cavernous Artiglierie uses the movement of metal particles around a magnet

Photography exhibition revisits Iceland’s most notorious murders

Jack Latham’s “forensic photography” exhibition coincided with the reopening of a criminal investigation dating to 1974

Reykjavik's Little Mer-Sausage destroyed and discarded

Phallic-shaped sculpture has both shocked and endeared itself to the public


Francesca von Habsburg’s collection goes on long-term loan to Iceland

Decision made after rejection by the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid

Bettina von Hase