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.
By Karl Lydén
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.
By Riikka Stewen
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.
By Simen Joachim Helsvig
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.
By Nikita Mathias
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?
By Frida Sandström
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.
By Nikita Mathias
13.12.17
– For the Sápmi, art has always been a must. Art has paved the way for political change. So says Documenta artist Máret Ánne Sara, who is supporting her brother’s legal struggle to keep his reindeer.
By Andreas Breivik
13.11.17
When Katya García-Antón first launched OCA’s focus on Sami art, many rejected the initiative as ‘exotic’. Today it is widely supported, and she gave an opening lecture at Arts Council Norway’s annual conference.
By Susan Falkenås
20.10.17
A new exhibition wants to convince the citizens of Malmö to support the decision to build a new Malmö Art Museum.
By Frans Josef Petersson
19.09.17
– It is important to insist on a non-Eurocentric, post-colonial and queer-feminist position, says Carla Zaccagnini, new professor at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.
By Maria Bordorff
15.09.17
New artistic director of Checkpoint Helsinki Paul O’Neill marks the anniversary of the October Revolution with an exhibition in a small apartment and a large congressional center.
By Maria Hirvi-Ijäs
07.09.17
Seeking to nuance the image of secularization in the Nordic countries, curator Nav Haq has invited actively religious artists to take part in the 8th Gothenburg biennial.
By Robert Stasinski
07.09.17
– Goethe was wrong in believing that certain colours produce specific emotions, says artist Henriette Heise, who has devised a new theory of colour.
By Maria Bordorff
16.06.17
– I don’t see how many of the works tie into alienation on the surface of it. Kunstkritikk spoke to Amah-Rose Abrams, journalist for Artnet, during the preview of the Momentum Biennial in Moss yesterday.
By Andreas Breivik
16.06.17
– Do you realize that in this ecosystem there are no humans around? asks Pinar Yoldas, one of the artists represented at Momentum 9, which opens in Moss tomorrow.
By Andreas Breivik
28.04.17
A recent performance in Helsinki by artist Theaster Gates resulted in a new and unexpected perspective on the city.
By Maria Hirvi-Ijäs
04.04.17
Amidst cries of “crisis tourism”, Documenta 14 aims to unleash the giant exhibition’s political potential as it takes over public arenas in Athens and Kassel.
By Simen Joachim Helsvig
23.03.17
As an art worker, my domain is the social world, says Mieke Bal, organiser of the two-day conference Modern Sensibilities that commences at the Munch Museum in Oslo today.
By Nikita Mathias
22.03.17
Stine Hebert, former rector of the Funen Art Academy in Denmark, has been appointed dean at the Oslo Academy of Fine Art.
By Simen Joachim Helsvig
16.02.17
Behind the decision to build a Hilma af Klint-museum there is a long-standing conflict between the artist’s living relatives and the anthroposophical movement in Sweden.
By Robert Stasinski
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