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Tryggvagata 16, 101 - Reykjavík / 354.551.3666 /

i8 was founded in Reykjavik in 1995, and represents an eclectic mix of Icelandic and international contemporary artists. As well as representing 20 artists the gallery collaborates with a number of artists all of whom have exhibited widely in museum and gallery contextsOpen: Tue - Fri: 11 am – 5 pm; Sat: 1 pm – 5 pm, and by appointment.




Art Gallery 101
Laugavegur 44, Reykjavík, Iceland/ 3545.444.101/

Art Gallery 101 is a cooperative gallery of 14 local artists, committed to supporting the growth of the creative vitality of Iceland community. Art Gallery 101 specialize in fine art and fine gifts to accommodate every buget. Located in the heart of Reykjavík at Laugarvegur 44. Art Gallery 101 sells contemporary fine art, jewelry, craft and sculpture including works in oil, acrylic, mixed media, clay, paper and glass. Opening hours: Mon-Fri, 10 am–7 pm; Saturday 10 am–4 pm; Sunday 12am-4 pm.


Gallerí Fold

Rauðarárstígur, 105 Reykjavík, Iceland/ 3545.510.400/

Gallerí Fold is Iceland's leading auction house and foremost fine arts dealership. Established in 1990, Gallerí Fold has been in the hands of its current proprietor since 1992. Gallerí Fold represents many of Iceland's best-known artists. Open: Mon-Fri, 10 am-6 pm; Saturday, 11 am-4 pm.


Kling & Bang
Hverfisgata 42, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland/ 3546.962.209/

Kling & Bang Gallery was established by ten artists in the beginning of 2003. The policy of Kling & Bang gallery is to introduce emerging and established, national and international artists and their works, that challenge the context and content of creative thinking. Kling & Bang Gallery often collaborates with outside curators and galleries on various projects. Kling & Bang gallery also aim to participate directly in the process of creating the artworks, e.g. by producing the works in collaboration with the exhibitors. Open: Thu-Sun, 2 pm-6 pm.


Gallery Bakarí
Skólavörðustíg 40, Reykjavík, Iceland/ 3545.510.161/

Gallery where the primacy of the mandate the sale of works by Icelandic artists. Gallery Bakarí also offers to rent the hall for exhibitions and another in the cozy surroundings at one of the best place in town. Open: Mon-Fri, 10 am-6 pm; Saturday, 12 am-4 pm.


Tysgata 3, 101 Reykjavik, Iceland/ 3545.710.380/

A recent addition to the capital’s art scene, Týsgallerí can be found in the centre of Thingholt in Reykjavik’s old town. Specializing in local contemporary art, it opens a new solo exhibition every four weeks. Týsgallerí is also home to works by The Icelandic Love Corporation, a triple-act who produce highly inventive and attention-grabbing installations, sculptures, videos and performances. Open: Thu-Sat, 1 pm-5 pm.


Listamenn Gallerí
Skúlagata 32, Reykjavík, Iceland/ 3548.632.121/

Situated next door to The Living Art Museum, Listamenn’s picture-framing and exhibition space is well located on Skulagata. Officially known as Listamenn-Innrömmun Gallerí, it specializes in both established and new local talent. A popular go-to for the latest trends in contemporary Icelandic art, past shows have explored links between visual media and music, such as that of native experimental band Múm. Listamenn has also shown work by the likes of renowned photographer-journalist-curator, Einar Falur Ingólfsson, including his beautifully crisp photographs of Iceland. Open: Mon-Sat, 9 am-6 pm.