All articles by Cecilie Høgsbro Østergaard

Family Sins

Henrik Olesen’s Abandon the Parents at the National Gallery in Copenhagen is a magnificent story about sons who left behind one kind of family, but perhaps created a new one.

Falsely Modest Criticism

The Superflex retrospective at Charlottenborg in Copenhagen offers a great opportunity to revisit familiar treatments of global injustices. However, the main work of the exhibition is the dazzling display of foreign contacts.

An Aura of Doom

Arctic at Louisiana is a fantastic Sunday expedition if you accept that the overall framework focuses on big thoughts, not the big problems, and that it has snow-blind spots as far as the art is concerned.

Hello, Dolly!

Picabia, Schnabel, and Willumsen represent an offbeat, impure vein of Modernism, says Claus Carstensen about his and Christian Vind’s exhibition Café Dolly at the J. F. Willumsen Museum in Frederikssund.

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The Dog and Its Vomit

The world becomes so depressingly flat when there’s no difference between a face and a selfie. But how do we keep reality from being swallowed by its image, and art from being swallowed by reality?