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Kristinn Már Pálmason  1967, IS

Rank (2014): 51011 

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Male
Painting



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Austria 3
Iceland 1
United Kingdom 1
Germany 1




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Sjón    2
Baldur J. Baldursson    2



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1967 Born in (IS)

1990 - 1994 The Icelandic College of Art and Crafts BFA

1996 - 1998 The Slade School of Fine Art, University College London MFA

Scholarship 2007 Myndstef Project grant

2008 - 2010 Launasjóđur Myndlistar-manna, (Governmental grants for artists, two years)

Awards 1994 Distinction, The Painting Department of The Icelandic Colllege of Art and Crafts

Lives and works in Vienna (AT)

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Public exhibitions (Selection) 6  Please report missing Information



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2010
   Kristinn Már Pálmason: Dark Lucidity - Galerie Artmark, Vienna

2006
   Kristinn Már Pálmason - Krimp & Kling & Bang & Slang - Kling & Bang Gallery, Reykjavik

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2012
   tvífari - doppelgänger - plan.d. produzentengalerie, Dusseldorf

2011
  white8 showroomsPostmodern Symbolism in Iceland - white8 showrooms, Villach Send message
Description and image white8 galleryPOSTMODERN SYMBOLISM IN ICELAND - collaborative installation - white8 gallery, Vienna Send message
   Trolley Presents TJ Boulting Presenting Kling & Bang - TJ Boulting, London (England)

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Last update: 30 January 2014
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