From Iceland — Starting Today: ‘Slices Of Life’ At Icelandic Printmakers Association

Starting Today: ‘Slices Of Life’ At Icelandic Printmakers Association

Starting Today: ‘Slices Of Life’ At Icelandic Printmakers Association

Published July 9, 2016

Anita Jensen crosses geographical and artistic boundaries in her latest exhibition at the Icelandic Printmakers Association. In ‘物の哀れ (mono no aware) / Slices of Life,’ Anita uses borrowed images from Japanese family photo albums and creates photomontages by incorporating prints of natural motifs such as flowers. By using Japanese printing techniques, Anita harkens back to the aesthetic of classical literature and poetry of the Heian period.

The gallery is open from 14:00 to 18:00 every Thursday through Sunday between July 9 and July 24. Admission is free!

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