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Art Print by Félag Borgara / Fellowship of Citizens made exclusively for Petit_Artprints. 

 

Giclee printed on museum high quality paper 240gsm with smooth and matt finish. The Giclee print produces stunning images with colour vibrancy that is protected for 80+ years.

 

We work with high quality art printers in Hungary, our production is made with ECO friendly materials. We print per order so from the time you order, it will take around 14 days within Europe to arrive with printing and shipping.

 

Our prints fit into standard frames, the frame is not included.

 

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Emblem

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  • Saemundur Thor Helgason is an Icelandic artist based between Reykjavik, London and Amsterdam. He is a co-founder of HARD-CORE, an Amsterdam based art organization, developing algorithmic curatorial methods since 2011 and Cosmos Carl, an online platform that only hosts hyperlinks provided by artists and curators. In 2017 he founded the interest group Félag Borgara (eng. Fellowship of Citizens), with the aim of lobbying for Basic Income in Iceland. He is currently an artist-in-residence at the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam.
     

    Recent exhibitions that Helgason has taken part in include; Í alvöru / Really, Sequences Art Festival, Kling & Bang, Reykjavik, Iceland (2019), Object of Desire, ICA (Institute of Contemporary Arts), Singapore, Republic of Singapore (2019), Solar Plexus Pressure Belt™ at Unit 110, New York, United States, Fellowship of Citizens at arebyte gallery, London, A guiding dog for blind dog, Centre for Contemporary Art FUTURA, Prague, Czech Republic (2018), Silicon Dreams with HARD-CORE at Harbinger, Reykjavik, Iceland (2018), SuperFetish S/S at Goethe Institut, Beijing, China (2016), Not in the Berlin Biennale at 9th Berlin Biennale (2016), ÁVÖXTUN % | Rate of Return at Reykjavik Art Museum, Iceland (2016), CO-WORKERS – Network as Artist at Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, France (2015), Vanity Fair | Demo Mode with Leslie Kulesh at Project Native Informant, London (2015).