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07.16.13 Kyle Petreycik

Icelandic artist Hlynur Hallsson believes to have found the person responsible for vandalism of Iceland’s purest nature sanctuaries. Earlier in April, a series of large words was found spray-painted across the landscape in a small portion north-east Iceland. Hallsson, while viewing a recent exhibition at Alexander Levy gallery in Berlin spotted numerous photographic works by an artist […]

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04.24.13 Marina Galperina

“Sorrow found me when I was young… Sorrow waited, sorrow won… SORROW THEY PUT ME ON THE PILL… IT’S IN MY HONEY IT’S IN MY MI–[voice breaking]…” Want to hear that over and over and over and over again? For the artist’s piece A Lot of Sorrow at the MoMA PS1 WV Dome, Icelandic artist Ragnar […]

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09.26.12 Marina Galperina

I’m coming, Iceland! Here are some gorgeous aerial shots of water flowing through Iceland’s many beds of volcanic ash, trickling along a few of the 30 active volcanic systems they’ve got over there. That’s not even Earth. Is it Earth? Do I need a spaceship? Look at these amazing photos. Gander at the black volcanic […]

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09.29.10 Marina Galperina

This week in This vs. That… Left: Icelandic concept of high-voltage transmission pylon people. Right: Mathilde Roussel-Giraudy’s sculptures of soil and seeds. They’re similar, they’re different and they both make Antony Gormley look like an egomaniacal hack. […]

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05.14.10 Marina Galperina

Eyjafjallajökull started spewing shit again recently, but has settled down. Meanwhile, while everyone attempted to scramble away from Iceland, Sean Stiegemeier flew over to be right where the action was. After 8 days of flight/weather drama, he was able to capture this stunning footage of the volcanic hellion and its smoke-stack spews. […]

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05.11.10 Bucky Turco

The Eyjafjallajökull volcano in Iceland is once again kicking all sorts of ash into the air, forcing officials in to close airports in Spain and Morocco. NASA captured this satellite image on Monday of the tan-line plume streaming from the latest eruption. Image: NASA […]

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05.03.10 Bucky Turco

Ireland announced that it will close down its airspace for all flights early Tuesday as a new ash cloud from Iceland’s most annoying volcano drifts south. […]

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04.26.10 Bucky Turco

The Iceland volcano that caused international chaos and was cool before it started fucking up things for NYC, wasn’t all bad according to the UN. Despite all that airborne sulfur and ash, the eruptions were good for the environment overall, as thousands of grounded flights greatly reduced the amount of greenhouse gas emissions. It also […]

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04.19.10 Marina Galperina

As Iceland’s geological expulsions continue to wreak havoc, even the horses are getting annoyed. Image: Alexis Madrigal […]

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Bucky Turco

We had no problem with Iceland’s impossible to pronounce volcano while it was spewing ash and providing striking photos, but now that it’s starting to affect NYC’s cheddar, enough is enough. And just as several European airlines announced they will resume flying, another volcano in the Nordic country is getting ready to blow. |NYDN| Photo: […]

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