Enduring Frames

Daisuke Kosugi’s poignant portrait of human illness at Fotogalleriet in Oslo invites reflections on present-day obsessions with physical self-maintenance.

An Argument for Cooperation

In his new book, Jonas Ekeberg gives a panoramic overview of the Nordic art world and explains why the art scene failed to counteract the right wing’s dismantling of the Nordic institutions.

States of Undress

Presented at Kunstnerforbundet in Oslo, Marthe Ramm Fortun’s obstacle course through the city teases out the prejudices that govern public behaviour.

Trouble With Politics

Bergen Assembly 2019 mainly shows political art that is densely packed with information. This creates a sense of community, but it also produces new exclusions.

The Limits of Friendship

Our Friend, Valerie Solanas at Signal in Malmö pays tribute to women artists who find strength in fragility, but forfeits on a broad anti-capitalist feminism.

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Enduring Frames

Daisuke Kosugi’s poignant portrait of human illness at Fotogalleriet in Oslo invites reflections on present-day obsessions with physical self-maintenance.

Lions in the Arctic

This year’s instalment of the Nuuk Nordic Culture Festival opened with a call to think outside of the national frameworks that have organised history writing in the Nordic countries.