Projects

2011

  • Arts and Crafts Fair in the Reykjavik City Hall 3. - 7. Nov. 2011. Participants were 63. 
  • Cultural Exchange Programme - India / Iceland 2010-2013. Artists from India and Iceland working together from 21.09 - 02.10 2011. Introduction of the project in Reykjavik City Hall 30th September 2011.
  • The exhibition GameWorks (LeikVerk) in Gerðuberg was presented in collaboration with HANDVERK OG HÖNNUN. Curated by Anna Leoniak, an architect and designer. From 10 September until 6 November 2011.
  • In May 2011 Crafts and Design / HANDVERK OG HÖNNUN published a small brochure in english: “crafts and design in Iceland”. Click here and see the brochure in pdf.format.

2010

  • Christmas exhibition “Something nice for everyone…” held in Aðalstræti 10 from 1. - 23. Dec. 2010. 
  • Arts and Crafts Fair in the Reykjavik City Hall 28. Oct. - 1. Nov. 2010. Participants were 58. 
  • In June 2010 Crafts and Design / HANDVERK OG HÖNNUN published a book: “crafts and design in Iceland”. In this book 102 individuals and their work are presented. 
  • In May 2010 Crafts and Design / HANDVERK OG HÖNNUN published a small brochure in English: “crafts and design in Iceland”. Click here and see the brochure in pdf.format.

2009

  • Christmas exhibition “Something nice for everyone…” held in Aðalstræti 10 from 3. - 23. Dec. 2009. 
  • Arts and Crafts Fair in the Reykjavik City Hall 30. Oct. - 2. Nov. 2009. Participants were 56.

2008

  • Christmas exhibition “Something nice for everyone…” held in Aðalstræti 10 from 4. - 23. Dec. 2008. 
  • Arts and Crafts Fair in the Reykjavik City Hall 31. Oct. - 3. Nov. 2008. Participants were 54.
  • In June 2008 Crafts and Design / HANDVERK OG HÖNNUN published a book: “crafts and design in Iceland”. In this book 102 individuals and their work are presented. Click here and see the book in pdf.format.
  • Treelife, an exhibition of handmade wooden pieces, held in The Institute of Gunnar Gunnarsson, from 15 March to 13 April 2008.

2007

  • Christmas exhibition “Something nice for everyone…” held in Aðalstræti 10 from 8. - 23. Dec. 2007. 
  • Arts and Crafts Fair in the Reykjavik City Hall 5.– 8. Oct. 2007. Participants were 59. 
  • HANDVERK OG HÖNNUN, a private non-profit institution was established in January 2007 to replace the project HANDVERK OG HÖNNUN / CRAFTS AND DESIGN, established in 1994.


2006

  • Arts and Crafts Fair in the Reykjavik City Hall 26 – 29 Oct. 2006. Click here and browse the list of the 60 exhibitors who took part.
  • Jewellery collars, an exhibition of jewellery collars made by the Norwegian artist Ingrid Larssen was held in Aðalstræti 12 from 16 Sept. till 1 Oct. 2006.
  • Crafts and Design / HANDVERK OG HÖNNUN’s newsletter published in July 2006. Click here and see published newsletters in pdf.format (only in Icelandic).
  • Summer Exhibition held in Aðalstræti 12 from 1 July to 27 August 2006. Click here to see snapshots from the exhibition.
  • In June 2006 Crafts and Design / HANDVERK OG HÖNNUN published a book: “crafts and design in Iceland”. In this book 114 individuals and their work are presented. Click here and see the book in pdf.format.
  • Crafts and Design / HANDVERK OG HÖNNUN’s newsletter published in February 2006. Click here and see published newsletters in pdf.format (only in Icelandic).

2005

  • Christmas exhibition “Something nice for everyone…” held in Aðalstræti 12 from 26 Nov till 20 Dec. 2005. 
  • Crafts and Design / HANDVERK OG HÖNNUN’s newsletter published in February 2006. Click here and see published newsletters in pdf.format (only in Icelandic).
  • An exhibition of art and crafts made only of larch, liparite and of reindeer –skin, reindeer-horn and bone. These materials are mainly found in East of Iceland. 
  • Crafts and Design / HANDVERK OG HÖNNUN’s newsletter published in October 2005. Click here and see published newsletters in pdf.format (only in Icelandic).
  • “Tales from a land”, the summer exhibition held in Aðalstræti 12 from 2 July to 4 Sept. 2005.
  • The Crafts Day, held 25 June 2005. The day celebrates the variety of Icelandic craft with open studios. Crafts and Design / HANDVERK OG HÖNNUN coordinates the program that gives opportunities to educate the interested visitors.
  • Crafts and Design / HANDVERK OG HÖNNUN’s newsletter published in March 2005. Click here and see published newsletters in pdf.format (only in Icelandic).
  • Furniture design and ceramic, exhibition of handmade dinner table and chairs by Pétur B. Lúthersson and exhibition of ceramic tableware designed by Kristín Sigfríður Garðarsdóttir. The exhibition took place in Aðalstræti 12, Reykjavík from 5 – 20 March 2005.
  • On the 26 February 2005 Crafts and Design / HANDVERK OG HÖNNUN held a seminar about Icelandic design and crafts – exhibitions abroad. Dr. Judy L. Larson Director of National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington and curator of the Nordic exhibition Nordic Cool: Hot Women Designers, was a special guest speaker at the seminar.

2004

  • Christmas exhibition “Something nice for everyone…” held in Aðalstræti 12 from 27 Nov till 20 Dec. 2004. 
  • Textile exhibition – held in Aðalstræti 12, Reykjavík dagana 30 Oct. – 14 Nov.2004. Exhibitors were 16. 
  • Summer Exhibition 2004 held in Aðalstræti 12 from 3 July to 5 Sept. 2004. 
  • Crafts and Design / HANDVERK OG HÖNNUN’s newsletter published in June 2004. Click here and see published newsletters in pdf.format (only in Icelandic).
  • Artists' Books, an exhibiton of handmade books, held in Aðalstræti 12 from 20 May to 13 June 2004. 
  • CRAFTS AND DESIGN 1994 - 2004. an exhibition held to celebrate the 10 years anniversary of the project Crafts and Design. 27 March to 25 April 2004. 
  • Crafts and Design / HANDVERK OG HÖNNUN’s newsletter published in October 2004. Click here and see published newsletters in pdf.format (only in Icelandic).
  • Presentation of handmade and unique wholesale products. Only for retailers, held in Aðalstræti 12, Reykjavík, February 2004. Participants were 39.

2003

  • Christmas exhibition “Something nice for everyone…” held in Aðalstræti 12 from 29 Nov till 21 Dec. 2003.
  • Crafts and Design / HANDVERK OG HÖNNUN’s newsletter published in November 2003. Click here and see published newsletters in pdf.format (only in Icelandic).
  • Bags, an exhibition of handmade bags, held in Aðalstræti 12, Reykjavík dagana 25 Oct. – 16 Nov. 2003.
  • Boxes, an exhibition of handmade boxes, held in Aðalstræti 12, Reykjavík dagana 20 Sept.. – 12 Oct. 2003. 
  • Crafts and Design / HANDVERK OG HÖNNUN’s newsletter published in July 2003. Click here and see published newsletters in pdf.format(only in Icelandic).
  • Summer Exhibition 2003 held in Aðalstræti 12 from 15 June- 31 August 2003. 
  • Presentation of handmade and unique wholesale products. Only for retailers, held in Aðalstræti 12, Reykjavík, February 2003. Participants were 30.
  • Crafts and Design / HANDVERK OG HÖNNUN’s newsletter published in February 2003. Click here and see published newsletters in pdf.format (only in Icelandic)

2002

  • Christmas exhibition “Something nice for everyone…” held in Aðalstræti 12 from 2 - 22 Dec. 2002. 
  • Crafts and Design / HANDVERK OG HÖNNUN’s newsletter published in September 2002. Click here and see published newsletters in pdf.format (only in Icelandic).
  • TRACES, exhibition held in Hafnarborg, The Hafnarfjörður Institute of Culture and Fine Art, from 9 to 25 November 2002 and also in Rundetårnet í Copenhagen 21 March to 25 April 2003. Exhibitors were 42.
  • Travelling exhibition 2002 - 2003, an exhibition made from five of the exhibitions of the year 2001. The exhibition was held around Iceland, in seven different places: Ísafjörður, Ólafsvík, Skriðuklaustur, Reykjanesbær, Sauðárkrókur, Akureyri and Höfn. Exhibtors were 23.
  • Snert hörpu mína… exhibition of handmade indstruments held in Aðalstræti 12, from 8 - 20 May 2002. Exhibitors were 10.
  • Crafts and Design / HANDVERK OG HÖNNUN’s newsletter published in March 2002. Click here and see published newsletters in pdf.format (only in Icelandic).
  • Presentation of handmade and unique wholesale products. Only for retailers, held in Aðalstræti 12, Reykjavík, February 2002. Participants were 41.


2001

  • Christmas exhibition “Something nice for everyone…” held in Aðalstræti 12 from 29 Nov. - 19Dec. 2001. 
  • Crafts and Design / HANDVERK OG HÖNNUN’s newsletter published in November 2001. Click here and see published newsletters in pdf.format (only in Icelandic).
  • Lights Alive, exhibition held in Aðalstræti 12, Reykjavík 13 October - 4 November 2001
  • ISLANDICA, exhibition held in Laugardalshöll, Reykjavík 7/9 - 9/9 2001. Exhibitors were 37.
  • Crafts and Design / HANDVERK OG HÖNNUN’s newsletter published in February 2001. Click here and see published newsletters in pdf.format (only in Icelandic)
  • Djásn og dýrðleg sjöl, exhibition held in Aðalstræti 12, Reykjavík from 16/6 - 8/7 2001. Exhibitors were 31.
  • Crafts and Design / HANDVERK OG HÖNNUN’s newsletter published in April 2001. Click here and see published newsletters in pdf.format (only in Icelandic)
  • Borðleggjandi,exhibition held in Aðalstræti 12, Reykjavík from 28/4 - 20/5 2001. Exhibitors were 6.
  • Tréleikur, exhibition held in Aðalstræti 12, Reykjavík from dagana 24/3 - 12/4 2001. Exhibitors were15.
  • Presentation of handmade and unique wholesale products. Only for retailers, held in Aðalstræti 12, Reykjavík, February 2001. Participants were 41.
  • Crafts and Design / HANDVERK OG HÖNNUN’s newsletter published in February 2001. Click here and see published newsletters in pdf.format (only in Icelandic).