Reykjavik Museum of Photography
Given how photogenic the landscape of Iceland is, it’s no wonder than the country is home to some of the world’s most talented photographers. To check out samples of their work, head to the Reykjavik Museum of Photography.
The museum is the largest of its kind in Iceland and has a collection of over 1.7 million artifacts. The aim of the museum is to further the awareness and appreciation of photography in Iceland, to recognize the work or talented photographers, and to document the contemporary history of Iceland through photographs.Works from both Icelandic and international photographers are displayed at exhibitions held during three fixed periods each year – February, summer, and November. Admission is fee.
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