17.06.18. Lines for these lands @ Archaeology for the Anthropocene, Hjalteyri, Iceland


I was very excited and honoured to have been asked by Pétur Thomsen to participate in this amazing group exhibition at the beautiful Verksmiðjan space in Hjalteyri, Iceland. Come see a new edit of Lines for these lands alongside the stunning work of Ívar Brynjólfsson, Svavar Jónatansson, Pharoah Marsan and Pétur Thomsen himself. 17.06.18. - 22.07.18.

Link: https://sim.is/syningaropnun-minjar-af-mannold-i-verksmidjunni-a-hjalteyri/


01.06.18. Lines for these lands @ Ramskram Gallery, Reykjavík Iceland


Very happy to have been invited by Bára Kristinsdóttir to exhibit my work Lines for These Lands in her lovely space. The exhibition runs from 02.06.18. - 07.07.18. with works and books for sale.


17.03.18. Haywood Gallery


Great to be participating in the first round of exhibitions at Ben Haywood's new and fun pop up gallery in Borough Market.

Link:  https://thehaywoodgallery.tumblr.com



24.01.18. The winner of Reykjavík Museum of Photography Portfolio Review


"We are happy to announce that the winner of the Portfolio Review 2018, organized by the Reykjavík Museum of Photography on 19th and 20th January – as part of The Icelandic Photography Festival 2018 – is the MA student Þorsteinn Cameron. For this, he received ISK 500,000 grant from Magnús Ólafsson photographers‘(1862-1937) Memorial Fund."

Link: https://reykjavik.is/frettir/vinningshafi-ljosmyndaryni-ljosmyndasafns-reykjavikur



21.10.17. Icelandic Visual Arts Copyright Association Project Grant


Lines for these lands received a project grant from the Myndstef Copyright Association to help finance an exhibition and a small publication, thank you!

Link: http://www.myndstef.is