Anna Maria Sigurjonsdottir23. May - 29. Jun 14 / ended Salisbury Arts Centre
Tuesday - Sunday, 10am - 3pm
Large scale photographs which capture the haunting landscape of Iceland in the aftermath of the eruption of Eyjafjallajokull.
Known for her explorations of her native land both socially and geographically Anna Maria Sigurjonsdottir is a photographer who lives and works in Reykjavík, Iceland.
This series of stunning images, shot in the South of Iceland, captured the eruption of the volcano that caused a giant ash cloud to disrupt international air travel in April 2010. The event echoed the reach of the seismic financial collapse that shook the country and Europe in 2008 whilst also raising the international profile of the small island in the North Atlantic, its dramatic nature and spectacular scenery.
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