Time of year
NSCYNM wrote a review Jul 2018
San Francisco, California102 contributions11 helpful votes
Our quick visit to this progressive art gallery was a treat. The art was esoteric at times, but quite impressive considering how remote this little village is on earth.
Date of experience: July 2018
Jacob wrote a review Jun 2018
Washington DC, District of Columbia188 contributions33 helpful votes
This small and unique arts space is worth a visit when you are visiting the tiny town of Seydisfordur. There is a restaurant / cafe on the first floor that I did not eat at (though, I wish I would have) and then on the second floor is a visual arts gallery. The pieces that make up the collection are unique and interesting. There is also no fee to get it.…
Date of experience: May 2018
gatortunor wrote a review Nov 2017
Clemmons, North Carolina727 contributions191 helpful votes
The Skaftfell - Center for Visual Art is a small exhibition space with modern Icelandic art located around above a cafe. It's worth a stop if you like modern art and even if you don't because it will be a quick stop.
Date of experience: October 2017
TheShis wrote a review Mar 2017
Tel Aviv, Israel29,104 contributions3,380 helpful votes
Located over a pizza place, this is a tiny modern art exhibition, which is quirky and fun. Examining the exhibits takes no more than 2 minutes.
Date of experience: April 2016
Ali921 wrote a review Sep 2016
Edinburgh, United Kingdom943 contributions285 helpful votes
Well if you pop into the cafe then the center is free and just upstairs. Depending on when you visit the exhibitions vary so that depends on your taste as to whether you will enjoy it. It was "modern art" when we visited and certainly "left field" (which means it was weird !) and not quite for us. But hey if you come here the town is beautiful and just worth the trip alone. Which was the main reason for us to visit.…
Date of experience: August 2016