A decrease in funding hits the art scene in the South of Sweden. In Oslo, seven galleries arrange a new art fair. And Kunstkritikk goes international.
Kunstkritikk is getting a makeover. We will be back soon in Danish, Norwegian, Swedish and English.
Kunstkritikk relaunches with a new design and an expanded international edition – with substantial support from the New Carlsberg Foundation.
Sweden’s new cultural minister says “creativity should flow freely,” and in Denmark there is new evidence of the museum sector’s contribution to society.
After a new government was formed in Sweden today, state museums will remain free of charge. Also in the news: An art plan for Oslo and Elmgreen & Dragset in The Simpsons.
A workshop for artists reopens in Oslo, Nasty Women exhibits in Stockholm, and the Norwegian National Museum reveals a new visual identity.
A digital installation by the Japanese collective teamLaB has brought Helsinki’s new art museum Amos Rex twice as many visitors as expected.
ARoS Art Museum under fire for not paying artists, anti-fascist conference at the Luleå Biennial, and other news from the Nordic art field this week.
Abuse at the Royal Danish Academy of Art, artists’ studios at the National Gallery in Oslo, a reopening of Magasin III in Stockholm, and more.
– Being a little tired is conducive to sensing your surroundings, says Apichaya Wanthiang. Her exhibition at UKS (Young Artists’ Society) is open only at night.
The soon-to-be former director of Malmö Art Museum stresses the importance of continuity for the small konsthall in Tensta, which celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2018.