French artist Saâdane Afif, convener for the next edition of Bergen Assembly, sees the triennial as mainly a local event.
Måns Wrange points to allegations of bias in the conflict over anti-discrimination measures at the school as a reason for his resignation.
Oslo artist Victor Mutelekesha is the founder of Zambia’s first centre for contemporary art.
Judging by statements made by the heads of Norwegian art institutions in the wake of this year’s Black Lives Matter protests, lack of will is not the issue when striving for greater diversity.
Artists Máret Ánne Sara, Anders Sunna and Pauliina Feodoroff will represent Sápmi at the 2022 Venice Biennale.
Steffen Håndlykken, chair of the board of Young Artists’ Society, believes that the three hundred temporary grants to be awarded in 2021 should become a permanent scheme.
The Oslo Biennial was going to invigorate the local art scene and pioneer new curatorial methods. Now, it’s being brought to an end two years ahead of schedule. What went wrong?
The artists behind the much-debated play Ways of Seeing cover the trial against Laila Bertheussen with self-produced online television.
The Oslo City Department of Culture has decided to end the first instalment of the city’s biennial two years earlier than planned, due in part to financial overspending.
Criticism has moved from the daily newspapers to niche media. This should be reflected in Denmark’s new media policy agreement, says Kamilla Löfström of United Critics Denmark.
‘I think governments around the world should see this as a template for how to deal with the corona pandemic’, says Gitte Ørskou, director of Moderna Museet.
‘The institution should be shaped around artistic practice, not the other way around’, says Rhea Dall, new head of Overgaden in Copenhagen.