The Sigurjón Ólafsson Museum houses sculptures and drawings by sculptor Sigurjón Ólafsson, along with sources of information about the artist. It serves as a centre for research on his art. The museum was founded by the artist’s widow in 1984 and run as a private institution until 2012, after which it became a division of the National Gallery of Iceland.
In addition to presenting Sigurjón’s art, the museum exhibits works by other artists, and in the summer it houses a weekly concert series that is a fixture of Reykjavík’s cultural life.
The website of the Sigurjón Ólafsson Museum houses further information about the museum and its operations, as well as a registry of Sigurjón’s artworks.