Lund’s Konsthall’s exhibition about Chile’s contemporary history is at its best when it establishes critical distance to its politically and emotionally charged subject.
How Destiny’s Gratinée at Kunstnernes Hus sent me into a meditation on hats and painted chambers from the 15th century.
The notable exhibition series Game of Life at Kristiansand Kunsthall concludes with a masterful, if sombre dissonance.
The OCA publication Sovereign Words insists on the difference between cultivating traditionalism and being true to one’s own traditions.
Martin Sæther’s low-key and poetic exhibition at UKS in Oslo gives centre stage to the impersonal details of home interiors.
Peter Wächtler is in full control of his palette at Bergen Kunsthall.
Peter Johansson’s double exhibition in Malmö is a heartbreaking reckoning with the sexual abuse the artist was subjected to growing up in the 1970s.
With Post Institutional Stress Disorder, Jacob Fabricius offers an empathic diagnosis of our present day, and challenges the exhibition medium with aplomb.
Helga Christoffersen’s delectable group show at Galleri Susanne Ottesen leaves me angry, excited, and hungry.
At a time when Sami artists are increasingly visible, Britta Marakatt-Labba’s unsettling of ties between biography, identity, and content feels both necessary and urgent.
‘Soul of a Nation’ at the Brooklyn Museum is an outstanding exposé of the art that emerged in tandem with the promotion of black collective interests in the 1960s and 70s.