‘If I were forced to name an upside of the pandemic, it has been that it gave us time to reflect on and re-evaluate what we do’, says Sara Berner Bengtsson, new Managing Director of the Nordic art fair.
Jacob Fabricius and Lars Bang Larsen will become joint directors of Art Hub Copenhagen.
Rodrigo Ghattas-Pérez is co-founder of Scandinavia’s only support network for foreign artists.
After a year of fierce conflicts, the newly elected rector of the Oslo National Academy of the Arts, Markus Degerman, wants to look ahead.
‘We want the works to sink to the seabed only as a thought in the viewer’s mind’, say the curators of Goodbye, World, a biodegradable exhibition installed on a remote ice floe in northern Sweden.
‘Repatriation is about so much more than just the objects’, say Sámi artists Petra Laiti and Outi Pieski, curators of an exhibition about the historic event at the Finnish National Museum this autumn.
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‘I hope it will be very powerful, like a muted, solemn pride parade’, says artist Sam Hultin, who is involved in the preparatory study for the monument.
Partner of ex-minister used all available channels to throw suspicion on the play Ways of Seeing, according to Oslo District Court. Director Pia Maria Roll is relieved over the verdict passed on Friday.
The art academies in the three Scandinavian capitals are all without rectors – and with staff and students openly mistrusting the management.
An artistic parade and healing session undertaken Sunday aimed to remove the social housing community AKB Lundtoftegade from the so-called ghetto list – a list with fateful consequences.
French artist Saâdane Afif, convener for the next edition of Bergen Assembly, sees the triennial as mainly a local event.