Wind and Weather Window Gallery Five Year Anniversary Group Exhibition

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// INSIDE //

FIVE YEAR ANNIVERSARY EXHIBITION Opening Reception May 4th, 5-7pm
Show Runs May 4th - May 22, 2018

“Inside”, in collaboration with Geysir Heima ́s exhibition space, Kjallarinn Gallery, brings you a special, intimate look behind the glass of the Wind and Weather Window Gallery in their five year anniversary show. The anniversary exhibition brings you literally ́inside ́, in celebration of the community WWWG has built since its opening.

“Inside” is a cumulative exhibition of the artists WWWG has brought forth to the public throughout its history. The twenty exhibited artists include Anna Hallin, Olga Begmann, Anne Rombach, Ásdís Sif Gunnarsdottir, Auður Ómarsdóttir, Christopher Hickey, Claudia Hausfeld, David Zehla, Eygló Harðardóttir, Guðrún Benóynýsdóttir, Halldór Ragnarsson, Kathy Clark, Katrin Inga Jónsdóttir Hjördísardóttir, Ragnhildur Jóhnanns, Rakel Gunnarsdóttir, Rebecca Erin Moran, Serge Comte, Myrra Leifsdóttir, Sigga Björg Sigurðardóttir, and Úlfur Karlsson. The selected artists present an amalgam of work ranging from oil on canvas, wax sculpture, ink relief prints, video work, and photographic collage, in a representative imagery of the journey Wind and Weather Window Gallery has taken to its present. An eclectic mix of international and national talent that celebrates the WWWG and its five years of uniquely site specific art installation and performance. Each piece speaks to the other, their common element of site specificity connecting them in the intimate exhibition space of Kjallarinn Gallery.

Come celebrate the artists and exhibitions of the Wind and Weather Window Gallery, connecting art to the urban streets of Reykjavik through exceptional installation work and performative art.

The galleries stays open all year round 24/7.

Vedur og Vindur / Wind and Weather Window Gallery Hverfisgata 37, 101 Reykjavík Iceland

Tel: (+354) 863-8033


Reykjavík Arts Festival and WWW Gallery´s Participation of Window Gallery Walking Tour; "Journey to Home".

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A Wind and Weather Window Gallery Exhibition Reykjavik Arts Festival

Journey to Home

“Journey to Home” is a walking tour exhibition located in downtown Reykjavik initiated by the Wind and Weather Window Gallery. The exhibition will take place as a part of the Reykjavik Art Festival opening on June 3 and ending on June 22, 2018. The exhibition is about a spiritual journey to ‘home’ within the context of the festival’s theme ’home’. The journey is something real and self-reflective; it can be plotted and mapped. How can or should you arrive to this place called ‘home’? The exhibition project is located in commercial and residential windows including inside an extracted window of Wind and Weather Window Gallery that


Dragsúgur (the Icelandic name for the wind that comes in from a window) is an embodiment of the gallery.
He has been transformed through his longing to experience walking in human form into a mobile gallery. The window is actually taking its journey home, meaning, home doesn’t always have to be in the place of your origins. In his travels, Dragsúgur, will hold a space for artists to perform and place installations. In this way, he comes to understand even more the embodied experience of human consciousness. Throughout the exhibition, Dragsúgur will be parked in front of public squares and meeting places. Can a nomadic window traveling home find home wherever it rests?

What is more, the window exists as an embodiment of the viewer’s aesthetic, sensual and emotional experience.

We are very pleased and excited to participate in Reykjavik Arts Festival beginning June 3. Curator Annabelle von Girsewald and artist/curator Kathy Clark will be organising this event with 15 different artist window exhibitions and live performances.

 The following artists are participating: Arnar Ottarsdóttir, Ásdís Sif Gunnarsdóttir, Auður Ómarsdóttir, Anna Hallin and Olga Bergmann, Claudia Hausfeld, David Sehla, Egill Sæbjörnsson and Ivar Gloí, Eygló Harðardóttir, Helgi Þórgils Frijónsson, Helka Dögg Jónsdóttir, Hrafnkell Sigurðsson, Ragnheiður Gestsdóttir, Rebecca Erin Moran, Styrmir Örn Guðmundsson and Agata Mickiewicz, Theresa Himmer, Arnar Ásgeirsson, Emilija Skarnultyé, Kathy Clark and Erin Honeycutt.

Article from The Grapevine; January 15th, 2017.

Added on by Kathy Clark.

Ásdís Sif Gunnarsdóttir and Kathy Clark in front of Wind and Weather Window Gallery of Hverfisgata.

Article in Fréttablaðið January 10, 2017.

Performances Against Midwinter

Three performance artists show upcoming series performance in a fun and unusual gallery of Hverfisgata.

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"Presence: The Oracle, The Consultant, and the Masseuse". Part One: "Madame Lilith, The Oracle".

Added on by Kathy Clark.

In the dark days of the New Year, January and February 2017, Wind and Weather gallery present The Presence, an artist performance series in three parts featuring the Oracle, the Consultant, and the Masseuse. Each role will be representative of different aspects of presence. Varying formats will mediate the scene, which will be filmed and live-streamed, as well as projected at locations in Reykjavik and abroad. The window will act as a portal to elsewhere, just as video spans dimensions, present yet infinitely distantThe series will begin with the Madame Lilith, the oracle and deer messenger in her throne, passing from this world to another through the medium of video in the body of Ásdís Sif Gunnarsdóttir. The Oracle brings information about infinite presence with the help of tools to carry the information. When the Oracle is not present in body, she will be present through video. In Ásdís’ previous incarnations of performance she has used video to explore perception and the projection of the poetic imagination onto objective representations. In collaboration with artist, Kathy Clark, the Oracle arrives in this dimension by way of set and setting. Through infinite presence, we see how different layers of mediation are played out in reality. 

Schedule Apppointments and Information :

The Oracle: Ásdís Sif Gunnarsdóttir & Kathy Clark- 6. janúar - 20. janúar 2017

appointment email: or

The Oracle; Madame Lilith is live and present in the window gallery as follows:

Appointments begin and are available January 7th, 8th, 14th 15th and January 20th,

5:15 pm

 5 :30 pm 

 5:50 pm

 6:15 pm


6:30pm  and 6:50pm

January 6th is the Opening Performance, All is welcome to attend from 5:00pm to 7:00pm

January 20th is the Closing Performance,  farewell sessions, All  is welcome to attend from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm.

One may make an appointment on these days or special appointments can also be made upon request.


















"SPECIAL OFFER´S" Special Performance for The Feast of St. John.

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A special performance will take place at the Wind and Weather Window Gallery on June 24th, at 21:00. 

It is The Feast of St John´s which marks the time of summer eve light that may bring new journey, vision, and inspiration.


  The artist Haraldur Jónsson´s exhibition, “SPECIAL OFFER” is on view with performing artists;


 Ásdís Sif Gunnarsdóttir, Örn Alexander Ámundarson, Katrín Inga Jónsdóttir Hjördísdóttir, Sigurd Ámundarson and Haraldur Jónsson.


All is welcome to attend this unique evening.

Now Really The Very Last Exhibiton for Better Weather

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The landlord has granted us one more extended month of March 2016 to exhibit in the window gallery on Laugavegur 41. 

Our very last exhibition is a site specific painted projected art work collaboration with artists Rebecca and Moran and Johannes Tassilo Walter.

Last Exhibition for Better Weather Window Gallery

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Steingrimur Eyfjöð will be the last artist to exhibit at Better Weather.

It has been 13 months that the window gallery has be open to view the current art work of many fine artists of Reykjavík. The space will be closing the end of January 2016 due to new renovations. We hope to reopen in the near future and continue to exhibit our local artists and provide them an opportunity expose their art to all the passerby´s on the street.


David Subhi Extends Exhibition

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Betra Veður/ Better Weather Gallery will be closing its window space due to renovations at the location to make an apartment complex. There is no exact date of closure as of yet, however our artist David Subhi will extend his exhibition until further notice.

We will be looking for another alternative space for the window gallery and we are positive in finding the right space. We will keep you informed.

New Exhibition Opening up at Better Weather Gallery for August 2015

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We are pleased to announce Better Weather Gallery´s new exhibition for August 2015, artist David Subhi has created an interesting site specific installation called "Stock" that has people on the street stop and take notice.


"An extra show for the unfamous fake saussages and diverse meat-like paintings made by painter David Subhi. This crossbreeding of culture, context, painting and sculpture work will sign a pause on this body of work. The ship painter will now focus on a new series of paintings related to light and icelandic landscape, among upcoming collaborations."


Ámundi Retrospective

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Ámundi our featured artist for March and April is exhibiting a retrospective at the Design Museum in Garðabær during Design March Festival. This show spans his 30 years of an impressive career in graphic design. His current exhibition at Wind and Weather Gallery is Part 2 of this ongoing show at the museum. For all you graphic design and art lovers, this an opportunity to see the vast array of work he has created. 

Nomination for DV Culture Award in Visual Art

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I am so happy to announce that the Wind and Weather/ Better Weather Window Galleries have been nominated for the DV Culture Awards in the visual arts.

Here is the google translated text from the Icelandic newspaper DV.

The Window Galleries on Hverfisgata and, Laugavegur are an important addition to the exhibition possibilities in the downtown area where pedestrians can see art on the street. The gallery has set up small and beautiful exhibitions and sometimes sharp. Behind this gallery is an American artist, Kathy Clark, who has settled in Iceland and made a contribution to bring art to the people.

Gluggagalleríin við Hverfisgötu og Laugaveg eru mikilvæg viðbót við sýningarmöguleika í miðbænum þar sem gangandi vegfarendur geta skoðað myndist á leið sinni um bæinn. Þar hafa verið settar upp litlar sýningar en fallegar og stundum beittar. Á bak við þessi gallerí stendur bandarísk listakona, Kathy Clark, sem hefur sest að á Íslandi og leggur nú sitt af mörkum til að koma listinni til fólksins.…/tilnefningar-til-menningarverdlauna-dv…/

New Exhibition Opens Today

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Freyja Eiílf Logadóttir is opening her exhibition at the Betra Veður-Better Weather Window Gallery today, at 5:00 pm, December 5th. She will be at the window gallery for guests to meet and greet the artist.

Postponed Exhibition

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Due to unforeseen circumstances, the new exhibition featuring the artist Freyja Eilíf Logadóttir will be delayed until Friday December 5th. 

Auður Ómarsdóttir

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We are so happy to welcome Auður Ómarsdóttir to exhibit her first solo at our window gallery. Come and view her site specific installation. It is best seen at night, during our dark season of the year.

Official Opening-Betra Veður-Better Weather Window Gallery

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We are pleased to announce our Better Weather Gallery will open its window to the viewing public November 6th,  with an exciting and controversial local Icelandic artist Snorri Ámundsson.  He will be kicking off our new gallery with a street performance at 5:00 pm on the sidewalk in front of the window gallery. All is invited to attend.

New Artist for October

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Wind and Weather Window Gallery is pleased to announce a new exhibition for the month of October. Dóra Hrund Gísladóttir will be showing her installation, Point of View.



Artist, Eric Eryes Exhibition Cancelled

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It is sad to announce the cancellation of artist Eric Eryes. Due to shipping problems, she has to postpone her exhibition for September-October, 2014 to another future date.

The artist Sigga Björg will continue exhibiting her installation, entitled, ALEX. 


Guðlaug Mía Eyþórdóttir

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Saturday 1 of March at 18.00 Guðlaug Mía Eyþórsdóttir opens her exhibition Street Performance at Wind and Weather Gallery, Hverfisgata 37. 

At the exhibition a small beast will dance for pedestrians, the exhibition is open 24/7 and runs through april. 


Ásta Fanney Sigurðardóttir will perform February 20th.

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All is invited to attend a second window performance by artist Ásta Fanney Sigurðardóttir.

The performance it titled: ´´Glassoccultdirection: A Room with a view´´,

´´Glerdulátt: Herbergi með útsýni´´

It is a mixture of video, performance, poetry and puppet theatre.

It will take place on Friday, February 20th at 18:00. Hverfisgata 37, Reykjavík.