What will we remember from the year in art 2022? Today’s contribution is by Claudine Zia, writer at Kunstkritikk and one of the founding members of The Union.
Christmas is here! Milou Allerholm opens the first door in Kunstkritikk’s advent calendar.
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.
Ukrainian-born artist Lesia Vasylchenko on image politics, predictive technologies, and the burial of the future.
Iran’s cries are being heard all over the world. Is the hope for change alive? Artists in the Nordics react to the protests following the murder of Mahsa Jina Amini.
Philosopher Catherine Malabou wants to change anarchism’s bad rap.
Art historian Isabelle Graw wants us to stop idealising friendship.
Swedish author and climate activist Andreas Malm bets on a popular uprising against the fossil fuel industry.
Sámi artist Britta Marakatt-Labba’s textile art holds significant stories within. Now she is taking part in the main exhibition of the Venice Biennale.
Kunstkritikk’s Editor-in-Chief Mariann Enge shares three of the art events that were most important to her this year.
Which of this year’s exhibition swept Kunstkritikk’s Swedish editor off his feet?
Kunstkritikk’s editor in Copenhagen looks back on an artist’s coup, sensuous cinematic darkness, and an exhibition that created new cracks in the local art scene.