- Nordic Network of Avant-Garde Studies, research project started in 2004 with the aim to produce a series of four international conferences on Nordic avant-garde art, each to be followed by a book. The first was dedicated to analysis of the period 1900-25 and was held in Copenhagen in 2009 (with a volume published in 2012, see below); the second one (1925-50) is to be held again in Copenhagen, in October 2013.
- Ritið, No. 1, Special issue: "framúrstefnur" (avant-garde), edited by Benedikt Hjartarson, Faculty of Humanities, University of Iceland, 2006.   
- Benedikt Hjartarson, "Dragging Nordic Horses past the Sludge of Extremes: The Beginnings of the Icelandic Avant-Garde", in The Invention of Politics in the European Avant-Garde (1906-1940), eds. Sascha Bru and Gunther Martens, Rodopi, 2006, pp 235-263.
- Tania Ørum, Ping Huang, et al. (eds.), A Cultural History of the Avant-Garde in the Nordic Countries 1900-1925, Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, 2012, 680 pp. ISBN 978-90-420-3620-8. , Preview, Review.
- Ellef Prestsæter, "The Avant-Garde as Network. Interview with Tania Ørum", Kunstkritikk, 23 April 2012.
- Benedikt Hjartarson, Andrea Kollnitz, Per Stounbjerg, Tania Ørum (eds.), A Cultural History of the Avant-Garde in the Nordic Countries 1925-1950, Leiden: Brill, and Boston: Rodopi, 2019, 968 pp. 
Electroacoustic and experimental music
New media art, Media culture
- Initiatives and groups
- Margrét Elísabet Ólafsdóttir, "Icelandic Art Today", 2009.
- Björn Norberg, Jonatan Habib Engqvist, "The Nordic pioneers of New Media Art", Ars Hypermedia, 2009.
avant-garde, modernism and after
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