Ever wonder how things end up in a museum’s collection, or how curators decide which objects are worth preserving? In the latest exhibition from the Museum of Design and Applied Art, the focus is shifted away from the actual objects in the museum and onto the process of curating such a gallery. Icelandic design is a new and evolving field, and this museum is likewise constantly evolving to promote and display the latest that the field has to offer. As such, the exhibition will also be constantly evolving, to show visitors the best reflection of the art and design that surrounds them every day.
At The Museum of Design and Applied Art from June 12, 2016 – June 4, 2017 — Admission: 500 ISK