The freedom of art may be the single most disturbing phenomenon in a thoroughly organised democratic society – and its most shocking injustice.
All articles by Anders Kreuger
Internationalisation undermined the existence of a Nordic art scene, while a new image of the region tainted by colonial history gained attention in the globalised art world of the 2010s.
Swedish art historian Kim West’s dissertation analyses how the 1960s vision of a ‘museum in movement’ transformed into an idea of the museum as a ‘catalyst for social change’.
Philosopher Georges Didi-Huberman’s exhibition at Jeu de Paume in Paris eloquently communicates the intoxication of rising up for freedom. But do we really need connoisseurs of uprisings?
A new book about Moderna Museet’s legendary director Pontus Hultén is broader and sharper, thus more speculative, than we can usually expect from a biography of this sort.
The conflict surrounding Lund’s Konsthall is self-fueling and never-ending.