|Johnny Lydon, otherwise known as Johnny Rotten. mbl.is/Freyja Gylfa|
Lydon is a guest of the Iceland Airwaves festival and took part in the Airwords programme at Harpa where he read excerpts from his books.
The Icelandic Punk Museum offers a fascinating look at the history of punk in Iceland with photographs and objects related to the period around 1980. Iceland's music history is documented from early days to the punk and new wave revolution which in turn served to create some of Iceland's best known artists including Björk, The Sugarcubes and Sigur Rós.
Lydon officially opened the museum last Wednesday
The Icelandic Punk Museum is located at Bankastræti 2.
|John Lydon at the Icelandic Punk Museum mbl.is/Freyja Gylfa|
|Inside the new museum. . mbl.is/Freyja Gylfa|
|Svarti Álfur Mánason, a famous Icelandic punk. mbl.is/Freyja Gylfa|
|The punk museum is located in a former public toilet. mbl.is/Freyja Gylfa|
Morgunblaðið. "Johnny Rotten Opens the Reykjavik Punk Museum." Iceland Monitor. November 6, 2016. http://icelandmonitor.mbl.is/news/culture_and_living/2016/11/06/johnny_rotten_opens_the_reykjavik_punk_museum/.