Kunstkritikk marked its 20th anniversary in 2023 with a series of articles exploring the role and challenges of art criticism today.
When the ideas about art’s autonomy and the death of the author have been consigned to the landfill, all that remains is the naked sender.
France celebrates as the philosopher’s fabled lectures are finally committed to print.
Critics must break the chains of administrative power.
If Norwegian art critics have a marginal role in the public eye, they have only to blame their collective aversion to risk.
Art criticism is losing its footing amid obsessive demands for distribution and relevance. This is a problem for art too.
Art is artistic again: sometimes enchanting, sometimes plain commercial. But with formal criteria long left behind, how do we tell the difference?
David Garneau wants to write about Indigenous art with critical care.
Reviews should be written for those who care, not for people in power. A new book collects some of the most savage criticism from the past sixty years.
The duo behind The White Pube wants less theorising and more action.