Lina Bjerneld shows how the current state of exception is an extension of yesterday’s political malaise.
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Decolonising means changing the fundamental material relations that define our lives.
The rush to make online substitutes for events derailed by the COVID-19 pandemic promises an influx of viewing technologies that approximate real life.
The 22nd Biennale of Sydney is a highly located and physical exhibition experience which, after being open for just 10 days, can only be accessed online.
The most important artists of the 2010’s were the ones who helped us to navigate through private and social neuroses, perversions, and psychoses.
Per Kirkeby’s bronze sculptures mould struggles with the paradoxes of representation into a theology of total incarnation.
What could the art world learn from coronavirus? Reflections of a nomadic art globetrotter in her quarantine in Tuscany.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, preparations to tear down the iconic Y-blokka in Oslo continue. That can’t possibly be good for our democracy or our public health.
The impact of the coronavirus will be felt for years to come, says a range of key players.
Contagion measures have prompted many Norwegian exhibition venues to move their mediation to commercial digital platforms, while others stress the importance of keeping open.
Yesterday, Moderna Museet was one of the last major museums in Northern Europe to close. But several Swedish art institutions remain open to the public.
Louisiana’s Nancy Spero retrospective mishandles the legacy of a significant feminist artist.