I am very excited to announce that the national Arctic Fox Centre in Sudadvik, Iceland is now displaying a selection of my prints of the Arctic Fox taken over the last five years in the Hornstrandir Nature reserve. Copies of my open edition book ‘Melrakki’ are also available from the centre. The Arctic Fox Centre is a non-profit research and exhibition centre, focusing on the arctic fox (Vulpes lagopus) – the only native terrestrial mammal in Iceland.
The Arctic Fox Centre was established on September 15th 2007 in Sudavik Westfjords. Founders were 42, mostly local people, tourist operators and municipalities in the Westfjords. All of which share their interest in the arctic foxes and believe in carefully managing ecotourism in Iceland. The idea of the Arctic Fox Centre comes from prof. Pall Hersteinsson, University of Iceland and he serves as a quality witness for the centre. The long term aim is to collect all available knowledge and material relevant to the arctic fox past and present.