The reason the work was effective was that I thought that I did not read the text that I had to read in order to understand the work.
Are we seeing a ketchup effect? Two years after #MeToo arrived, Denmark discusses equality and gender quotas in typically haphazard fashion, but at a new level.
Even in its struggle against kitsch, pop music is a flypaper for our memories. Can art be the same?
If everyone knew that control society was being realized, then why did panic not erupt?
The Office for Contemporary Art Norway invites us to step away from the Western canon. A radical multi-voicedness awaits on the other side. But how does this affect the tradition of canon criticism?
Experiential art is the new black on the exhibition scene. It does everything it can to ensure its audience has fun, and tickles the narcissist in us all. Because it’s all about us, the viewers.
How can art and culture overcome the fatalism of today? Can thought and hand once again be united? Only Boris Johnson’s id can save us now
Carsten Höller looms large over the Danish art scene this autumn, alongside dreadfully thin-skinned pottery and a hospital for self-medication.
This autumn season, the Norwegian art scene will see a record-breaking number of mid-career solo shows, and paintings that engage with nature and architecture.
In Sweden, authors like Ursula Le Guin, Valerie Solanas, and the Danish poet Inger Christensen set a literary tone for an auspicious autumn season.
An exhibition at Hamburger Bahnhof recasts Emil Nolde as a Nazi. But this makes no occasion to shame his art, but one for both correcting and complicating art history.
Summertime is collection exhibition time, and this year is no exception. The City of Oslo’s art collection presented in a roundabout is one of the more creative takes on the genre.