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New Issue of Iceland Review out Now

The October-December issue of Iceland Review-Atlantica (0515)—the final issue this year—has appeared, fresh from print and packed with interesting material and stunning photographs. It’s on its way to subscribers.
'Æsa the Bride' (2013) by Agnieszka Sosnowska.

Iceland-Based Artist Exhibits Work in Israel

Photographer Agnieszka Sosnowska, who is based in Iceland, will exhibit her work in Vision Neil Folberg Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel, October 15-December 17, as part of the Manofim Jerusalem Contemporary Art Festival 2015.


DaNoIs Trio in Concert

The trio DaNoIs will perform music from Iceland, Norway and Denmark in a concert in Háteigskirkja church, Reykjavík, on Sunday, October 4, at 4 pm.

Reykjavík Reads Festival

The fourth annual Lestrarhátíð, or Reykjavík Reads Festival, organized by Reykjavík UNESCO City of Literature, commences on October 1. This year, the one-month festival is dedicated to author Svava...

Sheepskins in Wholesale

Q: I'm interested in importing long hair skins of sheep or goats to America. Can you help with a supplier?

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Svavar Knútur in Concert

Singer and songwriter Svavar Knútur will be giving a concert to celebrate the release of his new CD/record Brot at Gamla bíó movie theater, Reykjavík. His other concerts will be as follows: ​Græni...



This time you might be more inclined to install that notorious ‘anti-incest’ app…

Reykjavík International Film Festival

Reykjavík International Film Festival (RIFF) 2015 opens on September 24 and runs through October 4. A special focus will be placed on Danish cinema this year, while the opening film is Tale of Tales...

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Icelandic Surgeon in Leading Nordic Position

Dr. Tómas Guðbjartsson, cardiologist and pulmonary surgeon in Landspítali National University Hospital, has been elected president of the Scandinavian Association of Thoracic Surgery.


John Carpenter.

John Carpenter’s First Ever Concert at ATP Iceland

US filmmaker and composer John Carpenter will play many of his best-known songs along with music from his new album Lost Themes at the 2016 ATP Iceland music festival, as announced today. This will be the first time that Carpenter performs his music publicly.


Two Fatal Accidents

A young man was killed on Ring Road 1, by Geitháls (close to Rauðhólar), on Saturday, when the passenger car he was driving collided with a parked truck.

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A farm in Northeast Iceland.

New Iceland-EU Trade Deal Agreed

Iceland and the European Union yesterday signed a new convention which will see both parties abolish import duties in several key food areas.

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