Aivik & Nanuk, international group exhibition at Anchorage Museum, Alaska, Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson show diptych Shooting the Messenger (2018). Exhibition runs – October 5th 2018 – May12th 2019
Sagas on Thin Ice Audrey Love Gallery, Miami, Florida. (Art Basel) Curated by Ombretta Agró Andruff Nov 17 – Jan 21, 2017. Artists: Bryndís Snæbjörnsdóttir & Mark Wilson, Ósk Vihjálmsdóttir, Anna Líndal, Kjánska Collective, Rúrí. 3x Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson works featured: Matrix #1, You Must Carry Me Now and nanoq: flat out and bluesome
Borrowed Time, Scandinavian House N.Y. Curator Ásthildur Jónsdóttir (October 2016 – January 2017)
ÁKALL – CHALLENGE – Art in the Service of Sustainability, United Nations, N.Y. Curator Ásthildur Jónsdóttir (July 2016)
RÍKI – flóra, fána, fabúla / KINGDOM – flora, fauna, fable, Listasafn Reykjavikur (Reykjavík Art Museum) curator Markús Þór Andresson (May-August 2016)
Infinite Next Nýlistasafnið (The Living Art Museum), Reykjavík. (7th of May – 15th of June 2016) Group exhibition curated by Bjarki Bragason, Anna Líndal and Þorgerður Ólafsdóttur.
The View From Up Here Polar Lab with Anchorage Museum Alaska. Group exhibition (6th May to 18th Sept 2016)
Dead Animals: the curious occurrence of taxidermy in contemporary art, Bell Gallery, Brown University, Providence. U.S (Jan 23rd to Mar 27th 2016) Curator Jo Anne Conklin.
After-Biopolitics, SLSA Conference, Main St. Rice University, Houston, Texas, U.S (12th to 15th of Nov 2015). Curator Maria Whiteman
Larson´s Lost Waters, Group exhibition, Wimbledon College of Art, London. Curated by Edwina Fitzpatrick. 2015
Caldewgate 1991-2015, Carlisle. Curator Genevieve Kay-Gourlay, 17th -30th July, 2015
Sjónarhorn, Safnahúsið, Reykjavík, Curator Markús Þór Andrésson, (18.04.2015- x)
Carlisle Photo Festival 2015, 27th April to 16th May 2015. http://www.carlislephotofestival.co.uk
Ákall, Listasafn Árnesinga, Iceland. Curator Ásthildur B. Jónsdóttir. Featured work; Íslenskir Fuglar. 24.01 – 23.04 2015.
Late Harvest, Nevada Museum of Art, US. Curator JoAnne Northrup. Featured work, nanoq: flat out and bluesomephotographic archive. 27th Sept – 18th Jan 2015
Þín Samsetta Sjón, Reykjavík Art Museum, Iceland, Featured work; nanoq: flat out and blue some photographic archive. 24.05 – 7.09 2014.
The Luck of Eden Hall @ the Fire Station,Carlisle, curated by Linda Fitzgerald. Featured work, Safe Passage to the Promised Land (19-26th March 2014)
Moscow Biennial, State Darwin Museum Moscow, as part of There is a Visitor nr. 13, curated by RAKETA, Stockholm, 19.09 – 20.10 2013
Vanishing Point: Where Species Meet in Animal Gaze Returned at SIA Gallery, Sheffield, 26.07 – 7.09 2013
Walk On; 40 years of art walking from Richard Long to Janet Cardiff, Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland, 01.06 – 31.08 2013
Promised Land: Ecologies of Uncertainties, Nordic Art Between Miracles. Group exhibition and symposium at the Centre for Contemporary Art, Tbilisi, Georgia. Curator Wato Tsereteli, Leslie Johnson & Josephina Posch. 7.03 – 7.04 2013
Uncertainty in the City, (publication) dOCUMENTA13, part of Wordly House by Tue Greenfort, 2012
Three Attempts by Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson – screening at Minding Animals #2, University of Utrecht curated by Jessica Ulrich, July 2012
Animal Gaze Returned, John Cass Gallery, Metropolitan Univeristy, London, curated by Rosemarie McGoldrick, 24.10 – 11.11 2011
Interactive Futures’11: Animal Influence, Exhibition @ Gallery Gachet and Conference @ Emily Carr University of Art and Design, 17-23.11 2011, Vancouver, B.C. Canada.
Inbetween: Cabinet of Curiosities, Hafnarborg, Reykjavik, Iceland. Curated by Ólöf Gerður Sigfúsdóttir, 27.08– 29.10 2011
Gothenburg Biennale, Vanishing Point: Where Species Meet Gothenburg, Sweden, curated by Sarat Maharaj, 10.09– 17.11 2011
Three Attempts at “Seminário Internacional Arte e Natureza” Mathilha Cultural, Rua Rêgo Freitas, 542 São Paulo – curated by Jessica Ullrich and Hugo Fortes, screening 10 – 15.06 2011
Hunter Gatherer, 6 artists respond to the Artemis Collection in Leeds. PSL Project Space Leeds, curated by Pippa Hale. Cities of Cliffs and Ledges, 2011
Reconstructing the Animal, between you and me, Plimsoll Gallery, University of Tasmania, Ten Days on the Island Festival, Hobart, Tasmania. Curated by Dr. Yvette Watt, 2011
Sedition, Tullie House Museum, Carlisle, 2010
Interspecies, Art Catalyst at the A-Foundation London, 2009
HEAT, Art and Climate Change, Polar Shift, RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, Australia, curated by Linda Williams, 2008
Animal Gaze, London Metropolitan Univeristy, London, curated by Rosemarie McGoldrick, 2008
Bye, Bye, Iceland, Islenskir Fuglar, Akureyri Art Museum, 2008
Blubber, Icelandic Seal Museum, Iceland. 2007
Sequences, International real time festival, video screening, SÍM House, Hafnarstræti, Reykjavík, 2006
animal, Lowood Gallery, England, 2005