The Architecture of Harpa

Just two pictures of Harpa in Reykjavik that I didn’t want to publish before having them framed and exhibited.


My first exhibition!

If you go back a few months on my blog, you’ll see that I went to Iceland in July. I have published a few pictures, but not my favorite ones. I knew already that I was going to have them exhibited and didn’t want to spoil the surprise (for those who would be able to see it).

The exhibition (which I called Ég tala ekki íslensku*) has started this morning in my favorite café in Boulogne-sur-Mer (North of France), the Kawa Coffee House. I am really happy that it is taking place there, as I consider that place as my second home.

The photographs can be seen until the end of January. There might be another exhibition somewhere else but I still need confirmation, so hurry up if you’d like to discover a part of my work.


*I don’t speak Icelandic


I love architecture and I love photography. I recently went to Iceland and discovered Harpa Concert Hall in Reykjavik, such a nice place to visit.

It is amazing how the windows resemble a beehive. Some of them are tainted, and it brings great lights and colours inside the building.