Auður Lóa Guðnadóttir Icelandic, b. 1993

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Auður Lóa Guðnadóttir

Auður Lóa (b.1993) graduaded with BA from Iceland University of the Arts, 2015.

Working with everyday phenomena, her sculptures play on the border of the objective and subjective, art and reality, ancient Greek and Instagram.

Auður Lóa recent solo exhibitions include Forvera at Akureyri Art Museum (2022) and Be Mine at Þula (2022)

Biography

Education

2012-2015 2014 2009-2012

B.A. Iceland Academy of the Arts, Fine Arts
B.A. Académie des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles, Exchange studies High School Diploma 

 

Solo Exhibitions

2022 Be Mine, Þula Gallery
2022  Predecession, Akureyri Art Museum
2021 Congratulations, Kompan, Alþýðuhúsið, Siglufjörður
2021  Yes / No, Reykjavík Art Museum
2019 Performance series, The Little Sandwich factory, Lunga festival
2019 Leikfimi, Safnasafnið / The Icelandic Folk and Outsider Art Museum

2017 Mythologies, Pláss, Reykjavík

 

Group Exhibitions

2021 Brúnn, Bleikur, Banani, Gallery Port
2021 Lions in the Grass, Staðir / Places

2019 Everything at the Same Time, Hafnarborg museum
2019 Varðað, Ásmundarsalur

2018 Á Ferð, Harbinger, Reykjavík
2018 Röstin, Sauðaneshús, Langanes
2018 Pressure of the Deep, The Living Art Museum
2017 Diana Forever, Gallery Port, Ekkisens og Mengi
2017 Summer, Listasafn Akureyrar

2016 Meðvirkni - Þá það, Harbinger, Reykjavík
2016 109 Cats in Sweaters, Ekkisens Art Space
2015 Still Life, Reykjavík Art Museum
2015 Icelandic Academy of the Arts - Graduation Exhibition, Reykjavík art museum

 

Other Projects

2021- Illustrator, Art in Iceland magazine
2019-2021 Curator and Illustrator, Living off this land, Sauðaneshús museum

2018- Founder and project manager of Röstin Residency
2018-2021 Board member, Living Art Museum
2017-2018 Illustrator, History of Skyr, Erpsstaðir
2017 Curator, Diana forever, Exhibition in Ekkisens, Gallery Port and Mengi

2015 Props and set designer, Mæja’s Theory, Play by Mariann Hansen

2014-2015 Intern to artist Ragnar Kjartansson

 

Residencies, Grants and awards

2022  Artists' salary, 9 months

2021  Myndlistarsjóður, grant

2021 Artists' salary, 6 months

2021 Myndlistarsjóður, grant

2020 Húsið, residency

2020 Artists' salary, 3 months
2019 Myndlistarsjóður, grant
2018 Motivational award, Icelandic Arts Council
2016 International artist in residence, MART gallery, Dublin
2015 Erasmus Internship Grant
2013 Erasmus Student Mobility Grant

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