AØH Recommendation Shirazeh Houshiary @ Lisson Gallery, London, Cork Street

Exhibition Pneuma by Shirazeh Houshiary, Installation View at Lisson Gallery, Cork Street until 31st of July 2021

When I saw the new ouvre by British artist, with Iranian roots, Shirazeh Houshiary, I realised that she was strongly connected to nature, the cosmos and nature phenomenons such as the Nordic lights or Milky ways. From my research on Nordic countries, I subsequently travelled to as well, I knew of the phenomenon Nordic lights, which is clearly referenced in Houshiary’s work Enigma, 2020 on view in the UK for the first time.

Enigma, 2020 by Shirazeh Houshiary

Upon a closer look, as well small marks with pencil become visible, showing a succession like on a star map indicating points by means of little crosses on a distorted line drawn across the painting. The gallery director Louise Hayward told me, that Shirazeh Houshiary is inspired by physics, namely the string theory, for me the crosses symbolised stars on a star map and the painted distorted planes can be seen as green and blue coloured milky ways and the marked crosses indications of where stars are located in the universe.

Enigma, 2020 (Detail) by Shirazeh Houshiary

When the work was hung, as well the connection between the works become evident as if the painted wave-like shapes across the canvas became alive and floating as well in-between the canvas’

Pieta, 2021 by Shirazeh Houshiary

Loci, 2021 by Shirazeh Houshiary

The new body of work in Shirazeh Houshiary’s exhibition Pneuma, whom I mainly knew as a sculptor from past works I was familiar with, show this three-dimensional aspect in a painterly manner when looking closely from different angles standing in front of the canvas’ As if the nebulas in the cosmos take form and are prolongued into the exhibition space, the empty space being integral part in her carefully placed artworks on specific locations in the gallery space in Cork Street in London.

Pneuma, 2021 by Shirazeh Houshiary

The artworks when acquired from my point of view should definitely been seen as dyptichon and tryptichon or even a series of the entire display as only then they reveal this phenomenon of creation of a nebula within the space in-between the canvas’ allowing us to temporarily stand in the cosmos ourselves.

From my point of view, a clear reference can be seen to the Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson, depicting Nordic lights by means of using the colour green in a very intense way throughout his artistic work over the years whilst Houshiary creates an additional layer of placing the lights in a cosmic surrounding relating it to stars and milky ways by means of small interventions with pencil.

Loci, 2021 (Detail) by Shirazeh Houshiary

By means of positioning them towards each other she creates a space that encapsulates us in her world whilst standing in front of the paintings, draws us into her world, dissolving it upon leaving the exhibition space.

Like Foucault said,  a space always has a certain notion in relation to it’s whereabouts and history, partly man-given over the course of time, further defined by our current immediate use of it. Shirazeh Houshiary creates and transforms the exhibition space herself in a very intense manner, giving us the opportunity to dive into her world and allow us to become calm yet agitated by means of creating these as well negative versus positive in-between spaces invisible at first but engaging our eye when spending time with her oeuvre in a more detailed and intense engagement.

The exhibition can be highly recommended and is on view at Lisson Gallery in Cork Street until 31st of July during opening hours Tuesday – Saturday, 11am – 6pm and upon appointment. Prices upon request to the gallery.

Lisson Gallery
22 Cork Street
London W1S 3NA
+44 (0)20 7724 2739
E-mail contact@lissongallery.com
Web: http://www.lissongallery.com

All my best wishes and I am looking forward for you to experience and engage with Shirazeh Houshiary’s work,

Daniela Haberz, M.A.
Curator & Wealth Adviser for Art as Investment
AØH Art Consultancy Haberz Limited

Photo Credits: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz Limited

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YACA (Young Austrian Contemporary Art) & Counterparts Worldwide – Going London June 2021

Under Construction, London June 2021

Under Construction, London June 2021 © AØH Art Consultancy Haberz Limited 

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The exhibition YACA (Young Austrian Contemporary Art) & Counterparts worldwide – Going London 2021 showcases Austrian art in counterposition with selected international artists in London in June 2021 in our Baker Street office.

Elisabeth Pfniss, an Austrian painter from the region Styrian, is most prominent for her use of special Japanese paper, that she reworks and in the process creates a three-dimensional fiche, slightly translucent when leaned against the window upon the sunlight falling in. The artist is in the early stages of her career which she started after a career as a doctor and in her work the meticulous process of development of her work, the patience of a surgeon, applying layers and layers of paint to the paper ordered mainly from Japan directly and in the case of the displayed work Woman in Rosé, 2020 creates these unique works, consisting of six parts, numbered and signed. Elisabeth Pfniss was chosen, when I discovered her last year and being part of an exhibition at the Bell Tower Graz, curated by myself after being familiar with her work for several years. The figurative language in her early work has become more and more abstract in her recent works and are influenced by her medical career.

Woman in Rosé, 2020 by Elisabeth Pfniss

Woman in Rosé, 2020 by Elisabeth Pfniss Installation view AØH Art Consultancy Haberz e.U. April 2021

Woman in Rosé, 2020 has been chosen as a title in conversation with the artist, upon a studio visit in Graz, Austria and the particular aspect is that the figurines depicted are headless. The head seems cut off, only the neck remaining, stretching out of the depicted body. Rose in colour in a very delicate shade, mainly associated with little blossoms on wild rose bushes, reminding of a secret garden not the cruel outcome of a beheaded figurine which makes us ponder about the deeper meaning of her work and clearly relates to taking apart the human body in medical training, when dissecting to study the anatomy of humans. Pointing out, that the head remains the most important part in humankind, making us who we are, not only shaping our personality but being centre of the functioning of our whole body, creating our identity. The lacking of such thereby questions our existence but could as well incur psychoanalysis, when confronted with new ways to adapt to life’s circumstances like in today’s times.

The science fiction novel O-Zone by American author Paul Theroux, written in 1987 describes a New York, that is sealed off from the rest of the world, where babies are brought up in retort and people have to pass gates in town only by using their personal fingerprint. In the 1980s still very futuristic, today part of our daily routine, even in using our phones with facial recognition or finger print access, securing and protecting our personal life. Like I said to my friend, working in a small café in Graz in Austria the other day, I would have never thought that one day I would need to provide a test result to sit down for cake and coffee, nowadays an integral part of our life to stay healthy. Futuristic sounding at first, but today’s reality around the world.

The counter-position with the internationally renowned American artist Dan Graham, selected for the exhibition with his limited edition work Sketch for Two Way Mirror/ Hedge Arabesque dating from 2013 created this sketch bearing in mind, a future sculptural outcome as a commission work and is signed with his name three times Dan Graham, with Dan Graham, signed Dan Graham, which led me to write about the ‘Me’ versus ‘Us’ in 2019, on the occasion of his exhibition Dan GrahamContemplation curated by myself in the AØH Art Consultancy Haberz.

In his performances Graham engages with the audience, the public is asked to define himself, he defines the audience. It’s a ’Me’ versus ’We’ resulting in creating a better understanding of Graham’s personality by himself, mirrored in the eyes of the audience.

His creation of this sketch, affirmed by signing it a third time. This process shows his presence as an artist as well as being by himself in his studio when creating the work as well as the master imprinting on the final drawing with his signature. On a conceptual level integrating us as spectators, a major part in Dan Graham’s artistic practice in his art performances. Dan Graham is represented by Lisson Gallery in London.

Sketch for Two Way Mirror/ Hedge Arabesque, 2017 by Dan Graham

Sketch for Two Way Mirror/ Hedge Arabesque, 2017 by Dan Graham Installation view AØH Art Consultancy Haberz e.U. 2019 – Collection Miles’ Christie Trust 

The works by Austrian artists Rene Berghold, Max Kulich and Walter Koestenbauer as well as German painter Kathrin Weber and Italian painter Tonino Gottarelli in collaboration with the Fondazione Tonino Gottarelli from Imola, Italy conclude the curatorial selection for the exhibition, scheduled for June 2021 in our London office soon to be accessible upon appointment only to the public, concomitant with the current Health and Safety regulations by the UK Government.

The The Colour of Words, 1999 by Tonino Gottarelli- Installation view Bell Tower Graz, October 2020

The Colour of Words, 1999 by Tonino Gottarelli- Installation view Bell Tower Graz, October 2020

Erased, 2020 by Rene Berghold

Ausradiert/ Erased, 2020 by Rene Berghold – Installationsansicht AØH Art Consultancy Haberz Limited Nov 2021 – Private Collection Daniela Haberz, M.A.

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Die Ausstellung YACA (Young Austrian Contemporary Art) & Counterparts worldwide – Going London 2021 zeigt Österreichische Kunst in Gegenüberstellung mit ausgewählten internationalen Künstler_innen in London im Juni 2021 in unserem Büro in der Baker Street.

Die Steirische Malerin Elisabeth Pfniss, die am bekanntesten für ihre Nutzung von speziellem Japanischen Papier ist, das sie weiterbearbeitet und dreidimensionale Fiche kreiert, wie man im Französischen sagt, zu Deutsch kartenförmige Blätter, leicht durchscheinend wenn sie gegen das, Fenster, mit einfallendem Sonnenlicht, gelehnt sind. Die Künstlerin ist am Beginn ihrer künstlerischen Karriere, welche sie nach ihrem Beruf als Ärztin begonnen hat und in ihrer Arbeit wird die genaue Herangehensweise im Entstehungsprozess, mit Geduld einer Chirurgin, durch Schicht um Schicht von Farbe auf hauptsächlich direkt aus Japan bestelltem Papier aufgetragen und im Falle des gezeigten Werkes Frau in Rosé, 2020, kreiert sie Unikate, die aus sechs Teilen bestehen, nummeriert und signiert. Elisabeth Pfniss wurde ausgewählt, nachdem ich sie im letzten Jahr entdeckt habe, als Teilnehmerin einer von mir kuratierten Ausstellung im Grazer Glockenturm, nachdem ich mit ihrer Arbeit bereits einige Jahre vertraut war. Die figurative Formensprache in ihrem frühen Werk wurde immer abstrakter in ihren aktuelleren Arbeiten und sind von ihrer medizinischen Karriere beeinflusst.

Frau in Rosé, 2020 wurde m Gespräch mit der Künstlerin, bei einem Atelierbesuch, als Titel ausgewählt und ihr besonderer Aspekt sind die fehlenden Köpfe der abgebildeten Figuren. Der Kopf scheint abgeschnitten, nur der Hals verbleibend, hervor gestreckt aus dem abgebildeten Körper. Rosa in Farbe in einem sehr leichten Ton, hauptsächlich mit kleinen Knospen auf wilden Rosenbüschen assoziiert, an einen geheimen Garten erinnernd, nicht das grausame Resultat einer geköpften Figur, was uns über die tiefere Bedeutung ihrer Werke nachdenken lässt und klar auf das Auseinandernehmen des Körpers in der medizinischen Ausbildung Bezug nimmt, wenn ein Körper seziert wird, um die Anatomie der Menschen zu studieren. Hervorhebend, dass der Kopf der wichtigste Teil der Menschheit bleibt, uns zu dem macht, wer wir sind, nicht nur unsere Persönlichkeit formt, sondern das Zentrum der Funktionalität unseres gesamten Körpers ist, unsere Identität kreiert. Das Fehlen desselben stellt dabei unsere Existenz in Frage aber könnte ebenfalls Psychoanalyse implizieren, wenn wir mit neuen Wegen konfrontiert sind, uns an die Lebensumstände der heutigen Zeit anzupassen.

Der Science Fiction Roman O-Zone des Amerikanischen Autors Paul Theroux, verfasst im Jahr 1987, beschreibt ein New York, das vom Rest der Welt abgeschnitten ist, in dem Babies in der Retorte aufgezogen werden und Menschen Absperrungen in der Stadt passieren müssen, nur durch Nutzung ihres persönlichen Fingerabdruckes. In den 1980er Jahren noch futuristisch, heute Teil unserer täglichen Routine, beispielsweise in Nutzung unserer Telefone mit Gesichtserkennung oder Zugang mit Fingerabdruck, unser persönliches Leben sichernd. Wie ich zu einem Freund, der in einem kleinen Café in Graz arbeitet kürzlich gesagt habe, ich hätte nie gedacht, dass ich eines Tages einen Test benötigen würde um mich zu Kuchen und Kaffee hinzusetzen, heutzutage ein integraler Teil in unserem Leben um gesund zu bleiben. Zu Beginn futuristisch klingend, aber heutzutage Realität rund um die Welt.

Die Gegenüberstellung mit dem international anerkannten, Amerikanischen Künstler Dan Graham, für die Ausstellung ausgewählt mit seiner limitierten Edition Sketch for Two Way Mirror/ Hedge Arabesque, datierend aus dem Jahr 2013, kreierte diese Skizze mit dem Vorsatz einer zukünftig skulpturalen Umsetzung, als Auftragsarbeit und ist dreimal mit seinem Namen signiert, Dan Graham, mit Dan Graham, signiert Dan Graham, was mich 2019 dazu gebracht hat über das ‘Ich’ versus ‘Uns’ zu schreiben, anlässlich seiner Ausstellung Dan GrahamContemplation, von mir für die AØH Art Consultancy Haberz kuratiert.

In seinen Performances interagiert Graham mit dem Publikum, die Zuschauer sind aufgefordert ihn zu definieren. Es ist ein ‘Ich’ versus ‘Wir’, resultierend in einem besseren Verständnis Graham’s Persönlichkeit durch ihn selbst, gespiegelt in den Augen der Zuschauer.

Seine Kreation dieser Skizze, zugestimmt, indem er sie ein drittes Mal signiert. Der Prozess zeigt seine Präsenz als Künstler, zugleich das Alleinsein in seinem Atelier, als er das Werk geschaffen hat, sowie die Prägung der finalen Zeichnung durch den Meister, mit seiner Unterschrift. Auf konzeptueller Ebene, uns als Beobachter_innen integrierend, ein wesentlicher Teil in Dan Graham’s künstlerischer Herangehensweise in seiner Performance Kunst. Dan Graham ist von der Lisson Gallery in London repräsentiert.

Die Arbeiten der Österreichischen Künstler Rene Berghold, Max Kulich und Walter Köstenbauer sowie der Deutschen Malerin Kathrin Weber und dem Italienischen Künstler Tonino Gottarelli in Kollaboration mit der Fondazione Tonino Gottarelli von Imola, Italien vervollständigt die kuratorische Auswahl der Ausstellung, geplant für Juni 2021 in unserem Büro in London, einhergehend mit den aktuellen Gesundheits- und Sicherheitsbestimmungen der Britischen Regierung nur auf Anfrage geöffnet.

Bei weiteren Fragen oder um einen Besuch der Ausstellung zu vereinbaren, zögern Sie bitte nicht mich unter meiner Englischen Mobilnummer +44 759 265 7030 oder meiner privaten E-mailadresse: dhaberz@artconsultancyhaberz.org zu kontaktieren.

Beste Grüße aus London

Daniela Haberz, M.A.

Kuratorin & Vermögensberaterin für Kunst als Investition
AØH Art Consultancy Haberz e.U. & AØH Art Consultancy Haberz Limited (By Guarantee)

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Bildverweis: Installationsansicht Grazer Glockenturm am Schlossberg Oktober 2020 & Baker Street Büro London November 2020 © Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz e.U.

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Direktorin & Vermögensberaterin für Kunst als Investition

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83 Baker Street
London W1A 6AG
Vereinigtes Königreich

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AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.
Schoergelgasse 32/1/6
8010 Graz
Österreich

Ausstellungsort Österreich:
Grazer Glockenturm am Schlossberg
Schlossberg 6
8010 Graz
Österreich

YACA (Young Austrian Contemporary Art) and counterparts worldwide going New York May 5th until 14th 2021

The final curatorial selection has been made today and shows the Austrian painter Elisabeth Pfniss in counterposition with American conceptual artist Dan Graham. This way the arch between New York in the US and Graz in Austria is created.

The fragile work Frau in Rosé/ Woman in Rosé, 2020 by painter Elisabeth Pfniss is using several layers of paint in drip technique and a continuous over-painting process on Japanese paper that thereby becomes three-dimensional when shown unframed, like in her second series, last year in London becoming opaque when the light shines through and is a unique work of six parts.

The counterposition with the limited edition work Sketch for Two Way Mirror/ Hedge Arabesque, 2013 by American minimal and conceptual artist Dan Graham builds that bridge between Austria and the US and references the pavilions by the artists as his sculptural work.

The counter-position of the two artists shows the three-dimensionality that is absent but still to grasp by means of understanding the conceptual approach Dan Graham took to visualise the sculpture created, like a preview of what will be on view to make us understand what his sculptures look like, aiming to realise the work in real life. An architectural approach at the same time, to show what can be created. Lisson Gallery represents Dan Graham and thereby the bridge to his gallery is achieved at the same time, which we will visit during our stay in New York.

Elisabeth Pfniss’ three dimensional approach is fine and nearly not to grasp when the works are behind glass but upon second view these layers created over several weeks become visible.

Austria versus America and the bridge we build, very close when it comes to visual art and the time invested in the works, captured.

The exhibition series YACA (Young Austrian Contemporary Art) & counterparts worldwide has been developed in 2008 to promote Austrian Contemporary Art internationally and counter-position emerging contemporary artists with internationally renowned artists to increase the value of their art and allow for them to live of their artistic practise.

After extensive exhibitions in a small gallery space in the centre of the City of Graz in Austria from 2008-2012, the exhibition series Zu Gast am Schlossberg/ Visiting Schlossberg Mountain takes place since 2015 in the Bell Tower Graz on Schlossberg Mountain where artists are provided the possibility to create new installations, especially for this heritage protected building.

Last year in November 2020 the first international exhibition took place in London in our Baker Street office under the title Paintings Painted/ Malerei Gemalt going London 2020 which showcased art from Austria focusing on the region Styria surrounding Graz, Austria and three international positions Reiner Heidorn, Kathrin Weber and Tonino Gottarelli in collaboration with the Fondazione Tonino Gottarelli, curated by Daniela Haberz, M.A. for the Bell Tower Liesl, showcased in Graz in October 2021 and exhibited subsequently at AØH Art Consultancy Haberz Limited in London  in November 2021.

More here: Paintings Painted/ Malerei Gemalt Details

We would like to thank the Christie Collection for the loan of the work by Dan Graham.

Looking forward to seeing you all soon and all my best wishes,

Daniela Haberz, M.A.
Curator & Wealth Adviser for Art as Investment

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Daniela Haberz, M.A., Curator & Wealth Adviser for Art as Investment
AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.
Wealth Management limited to the assessment in moveable assets in Art & Art Investment

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Schoergelgasse 32/1/6
8010 Graz
Austria

Exhibition Space:
Glockenturm/ Bell Tower Graz
Schlossberg 6
8010 Graz
Austria

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London W1A 6AG
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AØH Travel London Oct 2020

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This year AØH Travel is going to Frieze Week in London.

In conversation about young Styrian and Austrian Art in comparison with emerging British Art with gallerist Jari Lager at Union Gallery, London


We joined Lehmann Maupin at the opening of their new art space in Mayfair

We visited Zabludowicz Collection and got a private VIP tour by the curator.

Link Tate Gallery: https://www.tate.org.uk


Link Hayward Gallery: https://www.haywardgallery.org.uk

Attention: Pre-registering necessary (see link above)

Open: Wednesday – Saturday, 11am – 7pm and Sunday, 10am – 6pm Monday and Tuesday closed

Southbank Centre
Belvedere Rd
Bishop’s
London SE1 8XX

Email: info@haywardgallery.org.uk
Call: +44 20 7960 5211


Link Whitechapel Gallery: https://www.whitechapelgallery.org

Whitechapel Gallery
77-82 Whitechapel High St
London E1 7QX

Call: +44 (0)20 7522 7888
Email: info@whitechapelgallery.org


Link: Lehmann Maupin, South Kensington, London: https://www.lehmannmaupin.com/news/lehmann-maupin-london-opens-at-cromwell-place-in-october

1 Cromwell Place
South Kensington
SW7 2JE London

Opening hours: Wednesday–Saturday, 10 AM–6 PM
By appointment: Monday–Tuesday, 10 AM–6 PM
Email: london@lehmannmaupin.com


Link: Lisson Gallery, Mayfair, London: https://www.lissongallery.com/news/lisson-gallery-to-open-on-cork-street-mayfair

22 Cork Street
London
W1S 3NA

Call +44 (0)20 7724 2739
Email 
contact@lissongallery.com


At Union Gallery within the Programme of Frieze Week I am giving a talk on current projects of AØH Art Consultancy Haberz including Sculpture Garden on the River Mur and exhibitions in the series Visiting Schlossberg Mountain and Styrian Art.

Date: 09th of October 2020 at 3.00 – 4.30 p.m. (including Q&A)

Union Gallery, London: http://www.union-gallery.com

If someone is interested for me to include their work in my presentation please write to: dhaberz@artconsultancyhaberz.org and send your CV and portfolio.

In our spare time we take part in a service at Westminster Abbey like last year and visit

Westminster Abbey: https://www.westminster-abbey.org 
Kew Gardens: https://www.kew.org
Princess Diana Memorial Playground: https://www.royalparks.org.uk/parks/kensington-gardens/things-to-see-and-do/diana-memorial-playground

For the detailed program please get in touch under the below contacts.

All my best wishes,

Daniela Haberz, M.A.

Curator & Wealth Adviser for Art as Investment


Daniela Haberz, M.A., Curator & Collection Adviser
AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.
Wealth Management limited to the assessment
in moveable assets in Art & Art Investment

Head office: Schörgelgasse 32/1/6, 8010 Graz, Austria
Exhibition space: Bell Tower ‘Liesl’ Graz, Schlossberg 6, 8010 Graz, Austria
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Studio visit at Olafur Eliasson’s Reykjavik satellite space

 

Today, we have visited the satellite studio space Olafur Eliasson is working at when in Iceland.

The space is a refurbished fish market hall transformed into little galleries and Olafur Eliasson’s studio that serves for display of his latest work.

Today, I learned from his assistant that Danish-Icelandic visual artist Olafur Eliasson has as well been involved in the design of the Harpa Concert Huís which in my opinion is clearly visible in the facade.

In comparison we can reference Eliasson’s interior sculpture in Oslo Concert Hall, which we visited last year.

Tomorrow, Saturday, 22nd of August 2020 starting from 12.00 p.m. there will be two exhibition openings in the Marshall Building where Eliasson’s studio is housed and it will be open as well for those in town who missed it.

Enjoy the visual material to get a glimpse of Eliasson’s latest endeavours, which partly have been realised for the studio space in Reykjavik anew.

All my best from Iceland,

Daniela Haberz, M.A.

Curator & Wealth Adviser for Art as Investment

AØH Travel Reykjavik, Iceland – Harpa Concert Hús

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland 2020 Bildrechte/ Credits: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland 2020 Bildrechte/ Credits: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Dear friends of the AØH Art Consultancy Haberz,

This year the AØH Journey has brought us to Reykjavik in Iceland to enjoy contemporary art, architecture & the local kitchen.

The Harpa Concert Hall is the first building that I documented today and we will continue tomorrow with Culture Hús, National Museum & the local church. On Thursday, the day after a studio visit to Olafur Eliasson’s space in Reykjavik is scheduled.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland
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Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland Copyright: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

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All my best from Reykjavik,

Daniela Haberz

Curator, Wealth Adviser for Art as Investment & Independent Art Critic