‘We want the Fredriksen agreement to be terminated’, says Nikhil Vettukattil, one of the artists behind a call for Norway’s National Museum to end the collaboration.
Anonymous threats of violence are the culmination so far of the discussion surrounding the Palestinian artists’ group The Question of Funding and its participation in Documenta 15.
The kunstverein is a cornerstone of the sturdy German art system, believes Milan Ther, the new director at Kunstverein in Hamburg.
On Saturday 11 June, the largest art museum in the Nordic region will finally open to the general public.
Bigert & Bergström’s Tipping Point will be shown during the UN’s climate summit in Stockholm.
This autumn, Tone Hansen will take over as director of the Munch Museum, which is currently facing pressure both internally and externally.
Auctions of Arctic lands and thousands of letters from government authorities are among the works on view in The Sámi Pavilion in Venice.
These days we see a yearning for the past and a movement towards the transhuman, observes Uffe Isolotto, the artist behind the Danish Pavilion in Venice.
Controversial sponsorship agreement attracts renewed criticism after invasion of Ukraine.
‘The core question of art is the relation between ethics and aesthetics’, according to Charles Esche. Together with co-curator Susanne Ewerlöf he has curated Hurting and Healing at Tensta konsthall.
Centre Pompidou organised a conference in solidarity with Ukraine.
As artists called in from Kyiv and Lviv the space was totally still.
No more censorship: Russian artist Sergei Prokofiev’s work is once again part of the Spring Exhibition. The chair of the Charlottenborg Foundation, artist John Kørner, has resigned from the board.