Sown in National Gallery in Reykjavík in memory og 2000yrs in Mars 1999. These eyes are the best part of the objective imagery because they possess a strict and somewhat hardened mystique of the kind displayed by Andrea del Castagno and his uniquely tough technique of revelation. Larus's display of one painting, "The Virgin Mary - Eyes of God", in an otherwise empty hall, partitioned off on both sides by the glass shows an initiative which must be regarded as the most remarkable feature of the exhibition. -we would hardly talk of the immaculate conception - "conceptio immaculata" as this wonderful event is called in the Latin of the Church - if it it had been as messy and blood covered as Lárus List would have it? - the distant Mary of the Spanish master Velázquez - in the National Gallery, London - more true to the Holy Writ, although many find Her coldly logical in her odd solitude above the clouds. The large glass of Duchamp - in the Museum of Art in Philadephia, Pennsylvania, is also more profoundly mystical. - the artists' technique is interesting and does not lack emotion. Halldór Björn Runólfsson, is a art-historian curator and a popular lecturer.