Photographs of Iceland in black and white by Ron Rosenstock are the subject of the summer exhibtion, Inspirations, on the Square at the National Museum of Iceland.
At the exhibition A Part-Time Silversmith guests can observe a silversmith's workshop from the turn of the century.
To commemorate the 150th anniversary of the National Museum of Iceland a new exhibition on various silver items made in Iceland will be opened on the 24th of February in the museum‘s Arc Hall. Various silver objects from a long period of Iceland‘s history will be shown at the exhibition where the focus will be on the methods used to create them.
At the same time another exhibition, Part–time Silversmith, will be opened in the Corner, where guests can see the tools that silversmiths of the past used to make silver objects. Here you can read more about the methods and the silverobjects: Icelandic-Silverwork-handout