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’.
All articles by Anders Kreuger
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.