19.01.18
Chairman David Neuman is diplomatic as to whether Magasin III Jaffa, which opens tomorrow, will have a programme that is critical of the political developments in Israel.
19.01.18
Artistic director of Checkpoint Helsinki, Paul O’Neill, relaunched the organisation as a curatorial agency with plans to commission longer-term and durational projects.
10.01.18
There are substantial differences between the Scandinavian countries when it comes to state funding of art. Denmark already provides the least funding, and now the nation faces new cuts.
21.12.17
What is a valid reason for a museum to cancel an exhibition? Last Thursday, a panel at Oslo Kunsthandel debated a recent censoring of artist Ole Jørgen Ness.
21.12.17
1625 Swedish art professionals and students signed a statement denouncing sexual assault and harassment. How can institutions guarantee a safe working environment?
14.12.17
Britta Marakatt-Labba delivered the first ever lecture held in Sami at the Office for Contemporary Art Norway. It was simultaneously a painful and fascinating experience.
Chairman David Neuman is diplomatic as to whether Magasin III Jaffa, which opens tomorrow, will have a programme that is critical of the political developments in Israel.
19.01.18
Artistic director of Checkpoint Helsinki, Paul O’Neill, relaunched the organisation as a curatorial agency with plans to commission longer-term and durational projects.
17.01.18
Swedish artist and poet Johannes Heldén explores the relationship between the book and the exhibition format in a way that is both illuminating and sincere.
21.12.17
1625 Swedish art professionals and students signed a statement denouncing sexual assault and harassment. How can institutions guarantee a safe working environment?
10.01.18
There are substantial differences between the Scandinavian countries when it comes to state funding of art. Denmark already provides the least funding, and now the nation faces new cuts.
05.01.18
The most compelling work in Vassil Simittchiev’s exhibition at Lund’s konsthall reinstates the everyday as a site of aesthetic experience and transport.
03.01.18
The seminar Humans of the Institution in Amsterdam was a rare space of reflection for freelance curators working across the globe.
30.11.17
Hanni Kamaly´s work about racial violence invites debate about cultural appropriation, but ultimately opens onto more complex questions of collective remembrance.
28.11.17
Kunstkritikk’s stay in Nuuk turned out to be a transformative crash course in Greenland’s situation, history and culture.
22.11.17
Manipulate the World: Connecting Öyvind Fahlström at Moderna Museet confronts us with the question: what is the critical function of an image that shows that a cipher is a cipher?
21.11.17
Despite the subtly intellectual exterior, the underlying current of Ana Torfs’s works at Pori Art Museum is the violence of history.
17.11.17
Haq’s objections to my review do not change the fact that he has failed to confront secularity as an urgent and conflicted topic.
15.11.17
The Finnish photographer Heli Rekula translates a geographical journey into a narrative about the trauma experienced by Carelians after the Second World War.
14.11.17
The partial and contested history of the Scandinavian faction of the Situationist International is surveyed in an ambitious exhibition at Kristianstad Konsthall.
09.11.17
Defining the subject of this year’s Gothenburg biennial as being just about religion is a fundamental misunderstanding.
REVIEWED EXHIBITIONS
Copenhagen
Ovartaci & The Art of Madness
Kunsthal Charlottenborg (til 31. January)
Reviewed by Kaspar Bonnén
Humlebæk
Being There
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art (til 25. February)
Reviewed by Janus Høm
Lund
Vassil Simittchiev
Lunds konsthall (til 4. February)
Reviewed by Matthew Rana
Oslo
Matias Faldbakken
Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art (til 28. January)
Reviewed by Sinziana Ravini
Pori
Ana Torfs
Pori Art Museum (til 25. February)
Reviewed by Laura Kokkonen