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Björk Returns Refreshed to Cornucopia Tour

LA Weekly 20 Jan 2022
She’s a true pioneer, and while listeners might not adore every single little thing that she puts her name to, she’s a far more interesting artist because we have no idea what to expect from her ... The artist says that her lifestyle didn’t change too much in Iceland, despite the tour grinding to a halt.
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‘Waiter! A bottle of 1975 Warhol please’ – why every great artist has to do ...

The Guardian 18 Jan 2022
The latest to do so is Olafur Eliasson, the revered IcelandicDanish environmental artist who created a work for the 2019 vintage of Château Mouton Rothschild – a series of ellipses that form a ring charting the path of the sun in relation to the chateau’s location ...
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‘Waiter! A bottle of 1975 Warhol please’ – why every great artist has to do a wine label

The Observer 18 Jan 2022
The latest to do so is Olafur Eliasson, the revered IcelandicDanish environmental artist who created a work for the 2019 vintage of Château Mouton Rothschild – a series of ellipses that form a ring charting the path of the sun in relation to the chateau’s location in Pauillac, south-west France ... Ruinart also has an artist series.
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The festivals you can't afford to miss in 2022

Skiddle 17 Jan 2022
One of those aforementioned artists, performing at this summer's event, is non-other than Icelandic songstress, Bjork ... Many more artists are still yet to be announced.  ... More artist announcements are expected imminently and if last years programme is anything to go by, you can expect a truly jaw-dropping bill. .
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A guide to the best festivals in Ireland in 2022 (pandemic permitting)

The Irish Times 15 Jan 2022
The second ClassicsNow festival is a hybrid of online and live events in Dublin, with artists using the ancient past to reflect on our world today ... After last year’s live, digital and virtual hybrid, the multi-disciplinary festival hosts artists from home and abroad (including France, Italy, Belgium, Iceland, Switzerland).
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Behind the music - L.A. Rochelle

RTE 11 Jan 2022
Emerging French alt-pop artist L.A. Rochelle has released his new single IDONTEVERWANNATHINKABOUTYOUNOMORE, with a new EP, Chapter 1. Denial/ Anger, to follow on March 4 ... . The Chapter 1 ... ... The conceptual Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson had the band play this song live on repeat for a whole day at the MoMA PS1 in NYC, and it was really magical ... x .
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The Best Filmmaking Debuts of 2021

Fort Worth Weekly 30 Dec 2021
Benjamin Cleary. The Irishman previously won an Oscar when his Stutterer was named Best Live Action Short ... Maggie Gyllenhaal ... Rebecca Hall ... I mentioned in my review of Lamb that Jóhannsson started out as a special-effects artist for Hollywood. He took that know-how back to his native Iceland to make this twisted parody of the Nativity story ... ....
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New holiday album by Park City-based producer Tanya Taylor encourages diversity

Park Record 21 Dec 2021
So far, the two “Diversity” albums have featured artists from the United States, Czechoslovakia, Ghana, Georgia (the country), Japan, Iceland, India, Italy, Mexico, Peru, the Philippines, Puerto Rico, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, South Sudan, Spain, Uganda and the United Kingdom, according to Taylor ... These four artists — Fabrice K.
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Behind the music - Gyða Valtýsdóttir

RTE 13 Dec 2021
Icelandic dream pop artist Gyða Valtýsdóttir has released her new album, Ox ... A founding member of the experimental band Múm as a teenager, Gyða later studied classical cello and improvisation in Iceland, Russia and Switzerland.
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From Russia with schmaltz: Moscow’s answer to Tate Modern opens with a Santa Barbara satire

The Guardian 09 Dec 2021
Instead of our planned walkthrough, I trudged through the snow to catch up with Ragnar Kjartansson , the star Icelandic artist headlining the art centre’s opening by re-filming ...
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Renzo Piano's GES-2 House of Culture opens in Moscow

Beijing News 07 Dec 2021
Everything, including the walls of the building, is transparent so that you can watch the artists as they work ... To Moscow! To Moscow! To Moscow! curated by the Icelandic performance artist Ragnar Kjartansson and When Gondola Engines Were Taken to Bits, which explores carnival culture in contemporary Russian art.
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Renzo Piano's GES-2 House of Culture opens in Moscow (PHOTOS)

Russia Beyond 07 Dec 2021
Everything, including the walls of the building, is transparent so that you can watch the artists as they work ... To Moscow! To Moscow! To Moscow! curated by the Icelandic performance artist Ragnar Kjartansson and When Gondola Engines Were Taken to Bits, which explores carnival culture in contemporary Russian art.
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‘Hellblade 2’ will reportedly appear at The Game Awards

NME 04 Dec 2021
Senua’s Saga. Hellblade 2 is likely to appear at The Game Awards, it has been claimed by a journalist. READ MORE. ‘Fights in Tight Spaces’ review ... Art and audio teams have been sent out to Iceland – where the game will be based – to conduct photography, research and more to ensure that artists can recreate the environment properly ... .
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In Moscow, a new arts centre to brush up Russia's image

Urdu Point 03 Dec 2021
Teresa Mavica, who oversees Mikhelson's VAC foundation which umbrellas GES-2, and artistic director Francesco Manacorda, formerly of Tate Liverpool ... The centre will open with a show by Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson, whose exhibit will recreate every episode of the 1980s US soap opera "Santa Barbara", which was a hit in Russia.
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Henning Larsen Designs Largest Wood Building in Denmark

Treehugger 01 Dec 2021
Danish architecture firm Henning Larsen is good with wood, as we saw with their controversial proposal for Fælledby ... in Reykjavik, Iceland, with its facade of glass and steel designed in collaboration with artist Olafur Eliasson ... ....
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