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Nína Óskarsdóttir
Visual artist
Reykjavík, IS
ninaosk86@gmail.com


Education

2018-2020 M.A. degree in Fine Arts, Iceland University of the Arts, IS

2011-2014 B.A. degree in Fine Arts, Iceland University of the Arts, IS
2013 Exchange semester in Fine Arts, Universität der Kunste, Berlin, DE
2010-2011 Foundation year in Art and Design, Reykjavík School of Visual Art, IS


Solo Shows

2018 Í gjótu: steinþrykk 2015-2017, Ekkisens, Reykjavík, IS

2016 Vinna/Work, The Crotch Pop-Up Gallery, Newark-on-Trent, UK
2015 Börnin heimta kjúlla, Ekkisens, Reykjavík, IS
2013 Dýr að borða skyndibita, Klobbinn, Reykjavík, IS


Selected Group Shows

2019 RAGE, Rýmd, Reykjavík, IS

2019 Afsakið ónæðið – tímabundin truflun í Listasafni Einars Jónssonar, The Einar Jónsson Museum, Reykjavík, IS
2019 Print or Slay, Bókabúð máls og menningar in collaboration with Gallery Port, Reykjavík, IS
2019 Arkíf, Ásmundarsalur, Reykjavík, IS
2018 Le Grand Salon de Noël, Ásmundarsalur, Reykjavík, IS
2018 Sugar Wounds, Ármúli 7, Reykjavík, IS
2018 Háskar, Iðnó, Reykjavík, IS
2017 Brutal Náttúra, Leicester Print Workshop, Leicester, UK
2017 Study in Stone, Tarpey Gallery, Derby, UK
2017 It’s gonna hurt II, Dzialdov gallery, Berlin, DE
2016 Passion2Print, Leicester Print Workshop, Leicester, UK
2016 It’s gonna hurt, Two Queens, Leicester, UK
2016 List í Ljósi/Art by Light festival, Seyðisfjörður, IS
2015 Molotovs to Modernism: Exhibition of Lithographs, LCB Gallery, Leicester, UK
2015 Hústaka, Ekkisens, Stöðvarfjörður, IS
2015 Hávaði II, Ekkisens, Reykjavík, IS
2014 Skarkali, Ekkisens, Reykjavík, IS
2014 Iceland University of the Arts Graduation Exhibition, Reykjavík Art Museum – Hafnarhús, IS
2014 Festisvall – drawing, Kohlgarten, Leipzig, DE
2014 Veldi, Skaftfell, Seyðisfjörður, IS
2013 Klobbinn opnast, Klobbinn, Reykjavík, IS
2013 Gemeint/Meant to be/Var’ða…, Zehdenicker Strasse, Berlin, IS
2012 2-D, Kaffistofan, Reykjavík, IS
2012 Núningur/Friction, Listasafn ASÍ, Reykjavík, IS
2012 Meyrir hreinir hlutir, Kaffistofan, Reykjavík, IS


Grants & Awards

2019 Nordplus mobility grant
2018 Icelandic Visual Arts Fund grant for small exhibition
2017 Queen Sonja Print Award nominee for the Kjell Nupen Memorial Grant
2017 Icelandic Visual Arts Fund grant for small exhibition
2017 Muggur mobility grant
2016 Muggur mobility grant
2016 Myndstef mobility and educational grant
2014 Nordplus mobility grant


Seminars & Residencies

2019 The Perfect Human, Kuno seminar, Estonian Academy of Arts, Tallinn, EE
2018 Röstin Residency, Langanesbyggð, IS
2016 Collaborative Exchange Residency between Ekkisens, Reykjavík and Two Queens, Leicester, UK
2015-2017 Postgraduate Fellowship in Stone lithography at Leicester Print Workshop, Leicester, UK
2014 Sense of Place, Kuno seminar, Tromsø Academy of Contemporary Art, NO



© Nína Óskarsdóttir 2019