The mystery novel Headless
is the culmination of artist duo Goldin + Senneby's evasive – perhaps cynical – inquiry into the world of offshore capital.
Leading Aby Warburg scholar Philippe-Alain Michaud’s talk at Stenersenmuseet sets Warburg’s thoughts into motion in the midst of Guttorm Guttormsgaard’s exhibition.
– In order to build new communities, we have to drop the idea of the public completely, says professor Andrea Phillips in this interview with Kunstkritikk.
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.
– 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.
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.
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.
Before Post-Internet Art there was Internet Art. It is time to consider the links between the two.
– 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.
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.
– 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).