22.05.15
– Maybe it is like thinking about the fate of people that have no hope and no place to look to, Golden Lion winner El Anatsui says about his use of bottle caps in art.
10.05.15
Nina Möntmann is a curator and theorist, and Goran Hassanpour is an artist. We met them for breakfast at Hotel Orion.
09.05.15
The artspace M/L, founded and run by Marie Karlberg and Lena Henke, organize one of the many independent exhibitions taking place in Venice during the biennial. We met them for a glass of Aperol Spritz.
08.05.15
Kasper Akhøj and Tamar Guimãraes are participating in the group show curated by Katerina Gregos in the Belgian Pavilion. We met them for an afternoon drink.
07.05.15
Yesterday, Jaanus Samma opened A Chairman’s Tale at the Estonian Pavillon. We met him for a caffè macchiato just outside the Palazzo Malipiero.
27.04.15
In anticipation of the Nordic biennial Momentum 8 in June, the four curators speak of cultural politics, generational dialogue and the idea of compressing consciousness.
Danh Vo’s Danish Pavilion at the 56. Venice Biennial shows the clever – perhaps too clever – arrangements and storytelling for which the artist is best known.
22.05.15
– Maybe it is like thinking about the fate of people that have no hope and no place to look to, Golden Lion winner El Anatsui says about his use of bottle caps in art.
10.05.15
Nina Möntmann is a curator and theorist, and Goran Hassanpour is an artist. We met them for breakfast at Hotel Orion.
09.05.15
The artspace M/L, founded and run by Marie Karlberg and Lena Henke, organize one of the many independent exhibitions taking place in Venice during the biennial. We met them for a glass of Aperol Spritz.
08.05.15
Kasper Akhøj and Tamar Guimãraes are participating in the group show curated by Katerina Gregos in the Belgian Pavilion. We met them for an afternoon drink.
04.05.15
– We need to pause and read the wind, says Camille Norment, who represents Norway with a site-specific, sculptural and sonic installation in the Nordic Pavilion in Venice.
24.04.15
The ‘Post-Internet’ concept has entered mainstream consciousness – but does it receive the critique it requires? How does it reflect on the status quo of art criticism today?
24.04.15
The ‘Post-Internet’ concept has entered mainstream consciousness – but how does it reflect on the status quo of art criticism today? Writers, critics and editors give their responses.
24.03.15
Runo Lagomarsino and Carla Zaccagnini’s exhibition at Malmö konsthall follows a comedic logic of displacement, but the result is mostly confined within the expected.
18.03.15
Before Post-Internet Art there was Internet Art. It is time to consider the links between the two.
12.03.15
– My ideal conversation partner in art is a stranger, says Bjarne Melgaard, who is currently exhibiting his art alongside that of Edvard Munch at the Munch Museum.
09.03.15
The triennial at the New Museum in New York did not deliver what you might expect – instead, it accurately diagnosed a generation, offering a reference point for the years to come.
27.02.15
– When you need a change, you should change to the opposite, from light to dark, from black to white, says Goutam Ghosh, who has his first show at Standard (Oslo).
24.02.15
– I wanted to treat the screen space as an affective material, says Lisa Tan, who participates in the New Museum Triennial, opening this week.
23.02.15
The New Museum Triennial opens this week. A post-ISIS baby, it comes into this world at a time of impending global economic and climate doom, yet it brings positive future scenarios.
REVIEWED EXHIBITIONS
Bergen
The Noing Uv It
Bergen Kunsthall (09.01. – 15.02.)
Reviewed by Jonas Ekeberg
Malmö
Carla Zaccagnini, Runo Lagomarsino
Malmö Konsthall (21.03. – 24.03.)
Reviewed by Matthew Rana
New York
New Museum Triennial
Surround Audience

New Museum (25.02. – 24.05.)
Reviewed by Pernille Albrethsen
Stockholm
Hans Andersson, Rafaël Rozendaal
Carl Kostyál, Galleri Lars Bohman (15.01. – 15.02.)
Reviewed by Frans Josef Petersson
Venezia
Danh Vo
La Biennale di Venezia (til 22. November)
Reviewed by Vanessa Joan Müller