Which were the most memorable shows in the Nordics this year? Staff writers and invited guests pick three of their favourites.
After a year of experience overload, Kunstkritikk’s Editor-in-Chief Mariann Enge singles out three exhibitions she cannot forget.
In 2022, art was at its best in the dark or seen through the hole of a doughnut, says Kunstkritikk’s editor in Denmark.
Three exhibitions which made a lingering impression on Kunstkritikk’s Swedish editor.
This year’s top-three list from Kunstkritikk’s Norwegian editor, Stian Gabrielsen, exposes him as an irritable aesthete.
Here’s ‘the invisible’ that artist John Skoog recalls from the year 2022 in the arts.
Curator Anders Kreuger lists this year’s most memorable exhibitions in his hometown Helsinki.
Living archives and queer polar history were among the year’s highlights for Katya García-Antón, director of Nordnorsk Kunstmuseum.
Nivi Christensen is pleased that 2022 saw renewed focus on colonial criticism. And she got chills at the sight of the first works created at the Greenland Art School.
Artist Afrang Nordlöf Malekian remembers a year of mourning and radical love.
Artist and writer Melanie Kitti shares three art experiences that moved her in 2022.
Kunstkritikk’s Nanna Friis found one of the year’s highlights between a yes and a no.
Three shows in 2022 which hit the mark according to artist Runo Lagomarsino.