After a year of fierce conflicts, the newly elected rector of the Oslo National Academy of the Arts, Markus Degerman, wants to look ahead.
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Partner of ex-minister used all available channels to throw suspicion on the play Ways of Seeing, according to Oslo District Court. Director Pia Maria Roll is relieved over the verdict passed on Friday.
The art academies in the three Scandinavian capitals are all without rectors – and with staff and students openly mistrusting the management.
These were the most important art events of 2020, according to Andreas Breivik, art critic and regular contributor to Kunstkritikk.
Artist Germain Ngoma on why almost none of his work from the last twenty-five years has been shown in public, and his unremitting obsession with styrofoam.
Artists Máret Ánne Sara, Anders Sunna and Pauliina Feodoroff will represent Sápmi at the 2022 Venice Biennale.
Steffen Håndlykken, chair of the board of Young Artists’ Society, believes that the three hundred temporary grants to be awarded in 2021 should become a permanent scheme.
The Oslo Biennial was going to invigorate the local art scene and pioneer new curatorial methods. Now, it’s being brought to an end two years ahead of schedule. What went wrong?
The Oslo City Department of Culture has decided to end the first instalment of the city’s biennial two years earlier than planned, due in part to financial overspending.
‘I am concerned with the complexities of human existence and with breaking down polarised opposition’, says this year’s Festival Exhibitor at Bergen Kunsthall, Joar Nango.
‘Being an editor requires an internal drive. It’s about working for something that’s bigger than yourself’, says Mariann Enge. She is Kunstkritikk’s new editor-in-chief.
‘Our job is to provide the artists with the best possible framework’, says Solveig Øvstebø. This spring, she takes over as director of the Astrup Fearnley Museum in Oslo.