| Aðalsteinn Ingólfsson
Art historian Adalsteinn Ingólfsson is without a doubt Icelands most prolific writer on art. He also has an extensive record as curator and lecturer.
Halldór B. Runólfsson
Art-historian Halldór Björn Runólfsson is a veteran curator and a popular lecturer. He has also written extensively on contmeporary art.
An independent curator and a frequent commentator on the Icelandic as well as the international art scene.
A curator, teacher and critic, Jón Proppé has in recent years directed several exhibitons, as well as writing and lecturing widely on art, philosophy and cultural issues.
Critic Ólafar Gíslason was one of the founders of SÚM – the Union of Young Artist – which was Icelands leading avant-garde group in the sixties.