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Nimis Can Be Saved

After the death of Lars Vilks, the future of his site-specific work has been uncertain. Now the question of ownership is resolved, but some obstacles remain.

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The war in Ukraine and international biennials put their mark on our list of most popular articles for 2022. 

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Money Problems

Do art institutions have a particular obligation to assess the ethics of their sponsors? Directors of museums and exhibition venues in Scandinavia answer that question.

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Which were the most memorable shows in the Nordics this year? Staff writers and invited guests pick three of their favourites.
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Artistic Legacies

Fostering young talent is a focus area on the Danish art scene, but attention is seldom paid to what happens when artists pass away. Heirloom is a new organisation for neglected archives.

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What’s new in theory? Interviews with contemporary thinkers interrogating our time’s most crucial topics.

The Legacy of the Balkans

Tijana Mišković believes that art can convey painful experiences of war and displacement, even to those without first-hand knowledge of them. She has arranged an exhibition featuring Danish artists with roots in the former Yugoslavia.

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Documenta 15

The Indonesian collective ruangrupa’s edition of Documenta was under dispute even before it opened. Read our reports and analyses here.

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Anonymous threats of violence are the culmination so far of the discussion surrounding the Palestinian artists’ group The Question of Funding and its participation in Documenta 15.

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The 59th Venice Biennale

Curated by Cecilia Alemani, the 59th Venice Biennale was the first ever to predominantly feature women and non-binary artists.

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Nimis Can Be Saved

After the death of Lars Vilks, the future of his site-specific work has been uncertain. Now the question of ownership is resolved, but some obstacles remain.

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