Unlike a superhero movie, the 10th Göteborg Biennial does not seek to reach an audience consisting of all the people on earth.
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At Statens Museum for Kunst, Shahryar Nashat has produced a captivating immersive experience that is both seductive and claustrophobic.
Dealing with bad art, the book Bad Writing is gloriously perverted in places. But it is also a slightly surly attack on what it calls ‘political correctness’.
‘In order to move on, you must also turn back’, says Lisa Rosendahl, curator of the 10th edition of the Göteborg Biennial, opening this Saturday.
Carsten Höller looms large over the Danish art scene this autumn, alongside dreadfully thin-skinned pottery and a hospital for self-medication.
Of Martin Gustavsson’s two exhibitions in Stockholm, one renders the love between men, the other gives hope about the generosity and beauty of the world.
In Sweden, authors like Ursula Le Guin, Valerie Solanas, and the Danish poet Inger Christensen set a literary tone for an auspicious autumn season.
Frank Bowling’s retrospective at Tate Britain marks the homecoming of a great contemporary painter.
Social Democrat Joy Mogensen becomes Denmark’s new minister of culture, curators named for Alt_CPH 2020, and other news from the Nordic art field.
In the midst of her largest retrospective to date, artist Zdenka Rusova talks about the singular question of her life and work.
This year’s Whitney Biennial focuses on autonomous personal narratives. The political aspects are embedded in the processing of material and form.
Jesper Just extends his film across the many rooms of Kunsthal Charlottenborg to tell stories about the architecture of the body, and sensory exhaustion in our present day.