The Raven's Nest
This oceanside Reykjavik spot is speckled with recycled sculptures and large stones.
The Raven's Nest.
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Like a raven, Icelandic director Hrafn Gunnlaugsson has collected shiny things and discarded scrap metal on his oceanside property in Reykjavik, creating a makeshift sculpture garden. The garden and home are consistently evolving and incorporate new finds, such as a rusted-out buoy eyeball and rebar cross, into the surreal landscape.
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You can explore the property at Laugarnestangi 65 across from the (more traditional) Ásmundur Sveinsson Sculpture Museum.
March 27, 2019
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