A garden doesn’t have to be simply a place for planting and collecting potatoes or relaxing on a bench. Why not be something that matters to human kind? Halldór Ásgeirsson is exploring this concept of fraternity and unity in the newly opened Sculpture Garden on Nýlendugata.
The relationship between man and nature is at the foundation of the park. Although people have different origins, colours, ethnicities or cultures, common expressions are the same. That is why brotherhood is expressed through a connection with nature.
So go lose yourself in the garden and reflect on all this!
Where: Sculpture Garden, Nýlendugata 17A
When: Open Saturday and Sunday from 14:00–17:00 until March 31, 2012
How Much: Free
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