INGA RAGNARSDÓTTIR

Born 1955 in Reykjavík / Iceland

1984-1987 Academy of Fine Arts Munich, Prof. Paolozzi (Diploma)
1979-1981 Academy of Fine Arts Munich, Prof. Schulze
1973-1977 The Icelandic College of Arts and Crafts, Reykjavík

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2011 Die Zeit geht nicht, sie kommt, Kunstraum 34, Stuttgart / Germany (with Svava Björnsdóttir)
2011 Rabenschwarz, Galerie Zisko, Munich
2010 Inga Ragnarsdóttir and Svava Björnsdóttir, ASÍ Art Museum, Reykjavík
2010 Inga Ragnarsdóttir and Svava Björnsdóttir, Menningarmiðstöð Edinborg, Ísafjörður / Iceland
2003 Gallerie Stachowitz, Munich
1999 Kunstraum 34, Stuttgart / Germany
1998 ASÍ Art Museum, Reykjavík
1995 Gerðuberg Culture Center, Reykjavík
1991 Gallerí 1.1. Reykjavík
1991 Gallerie der Künstler/BBK München, Munich
1991 The Living Art Museum, Reykjavík
1986 Culture Center Gütersloh / Germany

Selected Group Exhibitions

2012 Mille Baci, Jockel Heenes und Freunde, Station Foe 156, Munich
2011 Artionale 2011, Munich
2005 Vergessen, Gallerie Stachowitz, Munich
2003 Die Schlafende, Gallerie Stachowitz, Munich
2000 Pakkhúsið, Höfn / Iceland
2000 Þetta vil ég sjá, Gerðuberg Culture Center, Reykjavík
1999 Firma, MHR exhibition, Reykjavík
1995 Botanic Garden, Munich
1995 The Living Art Museum, Reykjavík
1994 Köllmann Modern Art, Mannheim / Germany
1994 The Reykjavík Association of Sculptors, Hveragerði / Iceland
1993 Der Mensch ist ein schwindliches Geschöpf, Kaufbeuren / Germany
1993 Skulpturenweg Kirchentag München, Munich
1993 Citymuseum of Skelleftea / Sweden
1992 10 Myndhöggvarar í Kringlunni á vegum Kjarvalstaða, Reykjavík
1992 Nationalmuseum of Breslau / Poland
1991 13 Künstler an 7 Orten, Kempten / Germany
1990 Lothringerstrasse München, Munich
1989 Kunstausstellung der Stadt Kempten / Germany
1988 Rathaus Neuburg / Germany
1988 Zwischenbericht, Kunsthalle Nürnberg / Germany
1987Gallerie der Künstler/BBK München, Munich
1986 Ministry of Arts and Science, Bonn / Germany

Grants

1999 One year stipendium, Iceland Ministry of Culture
1997 Stipendium, University of Munich
1993 Travelstipendium for Icelandic Artists
1991 Stipendium, Bavarian Ministry of Culture, Munich

Works in Public Collections

National Gallery of Iceland
The Reykjavík Art Museum
Central Bank of Iceland
Bavarian State Painting Collections
City of Munich
Citymuseum of Skelleftea, Sweden
Húsavík Health Center, Iceland
Presidial Ministry of Iceland
Köllmann Modern Art, Düsseldorf
Förderschule Kempten, Germany
Akranes Hospital