Embroidering With Björk’s Maskmaker
Step inside the home studio of Björk’s co-creative director, James Merry, where he experiments with embroidery and sculpture to bring their artistic visions to life for her latest album, “Utopia.”
Iceland’s Independence Party Retains Most Seats After Election
But the conservative party, led by Prime Minister Bjarni Benediktsson, emerged somewhat weakened, losing five seats.
Iceland Goes to Polls Amid Scandals, Disgust and Distrust
As Iceland votes in parliamentary elections on Saturday, a disgraced former prime minister is among those competing to govern.
Vikings Razed the Forests. Can Iceland Regrow Them?
The country lost most of its trees long ago. Despite years of replanting, it isn’t making much progress.
Iceland Becomes Smallest Nation to Qualify for World Cup
Iceland made a stunning run at the 2016 European Championships, then followed it up on Monday by clinching a berth in the Cup finals in Russia next year.
Iceland’s Government Falls After Letter Asking to Pardon Pedophile
The prime minister was accused of attempting to cover up a recommendation from his father supporting clemency for a convicted child abuser.
A Guide to Reykjavik, as Wonderfully Weird as Ever
Almost a decade after the Icelandic city was forced to reinvent itself, it’s now a health-and-wellness destination.
For Teammates in Love, an Island Oasis
Bianca Sierra and Stephany Mayor played for Mexico in the 2015 Women’s World Cup. But after coming out as a couple, they have traveled far from home to find acceptance.
American Companies Still Make Aluminum. In Iceland.
The Trump administration blames China for the decline of aluminum production in the U.S. But where has it really gone?
Layovers That Give Travelers a Break and Hub Cities a Boost
For Americans traveling to Continental Europe, connections in cities like Reykjavik, Iceland, offer an opportunity to see one place on the way to another.
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