The new directors at Konsthall C in Stockholm are Jens Strandberg and Jenny Richards, who start with an exhibition by Mierle Laderman Ukeles opening this weekend.
“It is neither a gallery nor an institution, not commercial and not art history,” says Jacob Lillemose, the curator behind a new exhibition venue of a kind never seen before in Copenhagen.
During a press conference at OCA last Thursday it was announced that US-born artist Camille Norment will represent Norway at the 2015 Venice Bienniale.
Oslo has hired Eva González-Sancho and Per Gunnar Eeg-Tverbakk to head the preparations for a large-scale presentation of public art.
Last time it was called Copenhagen Art Festival. That is no longer its name, but the same five art venues are behind the plans for a large-scale exhibition in Copenhagen in the autumn of 2015.
Next year Morten Traavik and Henrik Placht establish what may become an international art academy inside the dictatorship.
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.
The exhibition The Noing Uv It at Bergen Kunsthall is an ambitious attempt at portraying a new realism in art. It is presented at just the right moment.
Institutet’s performance Toleranshuvan Reloaded at Malmö Konsthall draws a dangerous border between people and implies that the situation cannot be changed.   
– 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).
– I wanted to treat the screen space as an affective material, says Lisa Tan, who participates in the New Museum Triennial, opening this week.
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.
Hans Andersson at Gallery Lars Bohman and Rafaël Rozendaal at Carl Kostyál both look back to the historical avant garde, but have opposed views on today’s screen-based visual culture. 
Lutz Bacher has landed in x-rummet at the National Gallery of Denmark, raising the bar for appropriation art with a sprinkling of dust.
Independent critical debate is threatened when the extreme right gives the center-right Alliance the opportunity to slash state support for Swedish cultural magazines.
A number of seminal works within Swedish 1960s TV- and computer-based experimental film are being shown at Digital Art Center in Stockholm. The exhibition inspires confidence as well as a taste for more.
Why do we not object when the luxury industry dictates the conditions of contemporary art? A group of prominent intellectuals respond to the cynical argument that there is no alternative.
The wish to compromise sometimes gives the Danish art scene a ‘Truman Show’ feel, says Yvette Brackman, whose new exhibition, opening at Overgaden tonight, contains both theatre and therapy.
The Noing Uv It
Bergen Kunsthall (09.01. – 15.02.)
Reviewed by Jonas Ekeberg
Lutz Bacher
Statens Museum for Kunst (til 6. April)
Reviewed by Pernille Albrethsen
Carla Zaccagnini, Runo Lagomarsino
Malmö Konsthall (21.03. – 24.03.)
Reviewed by Matthew Rana
New York
New Museum Triennial
Surround Audience

New Museum (til 24. May)
Reviewed by Pernille Albrethsen
Hans Andersson, Rafaël Rozendaal
Carl Kostyál, Galleri Lars Bohman (15.01. – 15.02.)
Reviewed by Frans Josef Petersson