The exhibition includes, among other things, water colours and graphics, some of which have never been displayed before. All the items are for sale. Karólína Lárusdóttir (1944) is an artist who hardly needs introduction. She lived and worked in the UK since got her education there in 1965, but has lived in Iceland for the past few years. Her work is shaped by British artistic tradition, but her subject matter is always Icelandic and frequently draws on childhood memories. Her work often resembles stage plays where human interaction and daily life is put into an idealized costume. Although Karólína has been successful in Britian, her unique vision of Icelandic society has earned her a special place in the hearts of the Icelandic people and made her one of the nation’s most popular artists. Her exhibitions have been featured the world over, not just in Iceland and Britain, but also in France, Denmark, Italy, Spain, Namibia and South Africa. The exhibition starts on the Culture Night and continues through August 25th.