The 2020 edition of the Nordic art fair Chart will feature women artists only, whose works will be displayed at the participating galleries’ own venues throughout the Nordic region
I have played a key role in a biennial that has accumulated a significant deficit. In times like these, when […]
Following the revelation that the biennial exceeded its 2019 budget by NOK 6 million, Per Gunnar Eeg-Tverbakk has resigned as curator of the Oslo Biennial.
MoMA in New York has asked the Norwegian authorities to reconsider demolishing the ‘Y-blokka’ building. Minister Nikolai Astrup believes that nothing new has emerged to change the decision.
In 2021, the Danish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale will feature social-realist drama, mythological references, and idyllic farmyard Romanticism. All courtesy of visual artist Uffe Isolotto.
The director of the National Museum of Norway, Karin Hindsbo, wants to use the museum’s increased acquisitions budget to enhance diversity in its collections.
‘The state has gotten permission to exercise complete discretion in any planning case, and that’s scary’, says Gisle Løkken, president of the National Association of Norwegian Architects.
The impact of the coronavirus will be felt for years to come, says a range of key players.
Contagion measures have prompted many Norwegian exhibition venues to move their mediation to commercial digital platforms, while others stress the importance of keeping open.
Yesterday, Moderna Museet was one of the last major museums in Northern Europe to close. But several Swedish art institutions remain open to the public.
‘Everyone contributes jointly to limiting the spread of the coronavirus. We should show the same solidarity with those who lose their income’, says Ruben Steinum, chairman of the Association of Norwegian Visual Artists.
‘This is part of a larger project to convert institutions for the people into institutions for the government’, according to Aneta Szylak, director of the contemporary art museum in Gdansk