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Anna Hallin and Olga Bergmann live and work in Reykjavik, Iceland.

Anna was born in 1965 in Olofström, Sweden and Olga was born in Reykjavik, Iceland in 1967. Olga graduated with an MFA from the California College of Arts and Crafts in 1995 and Anna graduated in 1996 with an MFA from Mills College in California.
Olga and Anna have collaborated on several projects since 2005.

2014 Competition for new planning of Laugarvegur downtown main street in Reykjavik - member of one of the selected finalist teams with Arkibullan - ongoing

2013 Berghall received first price for public art work in a new security prison in Reykjavik.
The project is currently under construction.

2012 “ DRIFT” - a video/film project and installation that deals with national identity in relation to geology and continental drifting. DRIFT was first exhibited at The National Gallery in Reykjavík in November 2012

2012 “The Pink Era” a site-specific installation in the coastal town of Garður in the southwest of Iceland.

2011 “Ripples” exhibition in Kling & Bang Gallery Reykjavik.  Nominated for DV cultural prize as best exhibition in 2011.

2010 “Residue” exhibition and “excavation” at The Icelandic Folk and Outsider Art Museum – collaboration with Arkibullan architects

2009 Competition for new planning of the harbor area in Reykjavik. Collaboration with Arkibullan architects. The proposal won notable entry and was purchased by Reykjavik city council.

2008 “Adaptation” site-specific installation at The Natural History Museum – Kópavogur Iceland.
2007 “Expedition” exhibition at The Icelandic Seal Center in the northwest of Iceland – collaboration with Arkibullan architects.

2006 Competition for a visitor center in Snæfellsnes National Park in Iceland. Collaboration with Arkibullan architects.
The proposal won notable entry and was purchased by Hellissandur city council.

2005 Berghall and Arkibullan architects won 1st prize for a service-building complex in Gufunes cemetery in Reykjavik.