Artists

Radhildur Ingadottir

View Radhildur Ingadottir (b. 1959) is an Icelandic artist living and working in Reykjavík and Copenhagen. She studied art in England from 1980 to –86, and has been active as an artist since then. Ingadóttir's approach includes text, drawings, wall paintings, sculptures and videos and often these elements are incorporated into immersive installations. Through the past decades Ingadottir has exhibited extensively in Europe. 

Ingadóttir was a visiting lecturer at the Iceland Academy of the Arts from 1992-2002. She has also been visiting lecturer at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. She was on the board of the Living Art Museum in Reykjavik for several years, and curated and co-curated exhibitions there as well as elsewhere. From 2012 to 2014 she acted as an honorary artistic director at Skaftfell Center for Visual Art in Seyðisfjörður, Iceland. Ingadóttir has been recognised with several awards and grants in both of her home countries Iceland and Denmark. She was invited to Frontiers in Retreat by Tinna Gudmunsdottir, Director of Skaftfell.

– Centre for Visual Art, Seydisfjördur, East Iceland.

Radhildur Ingadottir