Wednesday, June 25, 2008


Jóhanna Boga: born in in Iceland, studied in The Art Academy in Stockholm, Sweden, in Beaux Arts in Paris and in other places in France.

Private Exhibitions, e.g.:
Iceland: The Nordic House, Reykjavík 1982, 1985, 1986, 1996
The Reykjavík Municipal Art Gallery 1989
ASI Art Museum 1993
Hafnarborg Art Hall 1994 og 1999
Icelandic graphic artists gallery 2006
Finland: Helsinki Art Festival at Taidegrafikot Gallery 1978
Art Museum of Tampere 1978
Helsinki Art Hall Studio 1982, Gallery Duetto, Helsinki 1989, 1992 og 1999
Norway: Gallery 7, Oslo 1979
Bergen Art Society 1982
Sweden: Sveagalleriet, Stockholm 1986
The Art Hall, Gävle and Sundsvall Art Museum 1991
Holland: Iceland Gallery, Den Haag 1992
USA: World Print Council Gallery, San Francisco 1982
P.L. University Art Gallery, Tacoma 1990
Unibank Gallery, New York, by invitation of the American-Scandinavian Society 1994, Ink-Shop Gallery, Ithaca N.Y. 2005

Group Exhibitions e.g.:
Several group exhibitions both in Iceland and other countries, e.g.:
Scandinavia Today in USA 1982
“10 Artistes Contemporains Islandaises” in Bordeaux 1987
Nordic Art Festival in Århus, Denmark 1991, Den Frie in Copenhagen and in Dortmund Rathaus 1992
Södertälje Art Hall in Sweden and in The Nordic House Faeroe Islands 1994
“Nordic Nature” in Luleå Art Hall, Sweden 1995
Charlottenborg Art Hall in Copenhagen 1998, Citee des Arts, Paris, 1999
Summer exhibition, The Nordic House, Iceland 2004
Dronninglund Kunstcenter, Danmark 2005 and Jyväskyle a group exhib. Graphica Creativa, The Art Museum of Uppsala Sweden 2006, and Gallery North-Atlantic Copenhagen 2006

Works in Public Collections, e.g.:
The National Gallery, Iceland
The Alvar Aalto Museum, Jyväskylä, Finland
The Atheneum Art Museum, Helsinki, Finland
The National Museum in Stockholm, City of Gävle, and other cities in Sweden
Bergen and Trondheim, Norway
The Minneapolis Institute of Art, USA
The Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA

A Mural in concrete (scraffito) and mosaik in a High School in Reykjavik and at the Company Valla in Reykjavik