STEYPA Photography Exhibition 2017 in Hveragerði and Reykholt

STEYPA - photographs between exotic plants in a greenhouse

STEYPA – photographs between exotic plants in a greenhouse in Hveragerði

After three successful exhibitions in Djúpavík (2013, 2014 and 2015)  and one last year in Ólafsvík, the 5th STEYPA is now being held at two places simultaneously – in Hveragerði and Reykholt. Ten photographers from Island and abroad are showing their unique and unusual perspectives of Iceland at a greenhouse among exotic plants in Hveragerði, and at the Restaurant Mika in Reykholt.

The STEYPA 2017 photographers are

Anna Grevenitis (USA, shows in Hveragerði)

Claudia Kerns (Germany, shows in Hveragerði)

Claus Sterneck (Iceland, shows in Hveragerði and Reykholt)

Frédérique Larousserie (France, shows in Hveragerði)

Gabrielle Motola (USA/UK, shows in Hveragerði)

Julia Kozakiewicz (Poland, shows in Hveragerði)

Michael Koenigshofer (Austria, shows in Reykholt)

Nanne Springer (Canada, shows in Hveragerði)

Thomas Verfaille (Belgium, shows in Hveragerði)

Valdimar Thorlacius (Iceland, shows in Hveragerði)

 

How to find STEYPA in Hveragerði / Acricultural University of Iceland – click here!

How to find STEYPA in Reykholt / Restaurant Mika – click here!

 

The PDF version of the  STEYPA 2017 booklet is available – 16 pages informing about STEYPA in 2017 and all photographers. Start the download here (PDF, ca. 2.5 MB).

Founder and curator of STEYPA is Claus Sterneck.

A huge TAKK FYRIR goes to the supporters and helpers of STEYPA: Uppbyggingarsjóðs Suðurlands, Hveragerðisbær, Melinda Kumbalek (for editing and translations), Pósturinn and GuðjónÓ,

 

STEYPA Photography Exhibition in Hveragerði