All articles by Agatha Wara

The Actually Actual

Haus der Kunst is a bit of a time suspend in Oslo, an enclave where the beer is cheap and unending, and the small things like smoking inside actually mean something.

Hat Mountain

How Destiny’s Gratinée at Kunstnernes Hus sent me into a meditation on hats and painted chambers from the 15th century.

Triennial Baby

The New Museum Triennial opens this week. A post-ISIS baby, it comes into this world at a time of impending global economic and climate doom, yet it brings positive future scenarios.

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An Imagination Battle

Cultural ownership, decolonial listening, and Pablo Picasso were up for debate at Malmö Art Museum’s symposium on the mediation of public art collections.

North of the World

The web of global entanglements and flows described by A beast, a god, and a line at Kunsthall Trondheim omits the exhibition’s immediate context.