Which were the most memorable art experiences of 2019? Today we hear from Christine Antaya, art critic and writer for Kunstkritikk.
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Michael Rakowitz’s exhibition in Malmö deepens the narrative of the Middle East’s lost cultural heritage.
Nina Roos’s exhibition at Lund’s Konsthall appears to emerge from within the paintings themselves.
The soon-to-be former director of Malmö Art Museum stresses the importance of continuity for the small konsthall in Tensta, which celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2018.
Johan Skoog’s exhibition about the late artist Richard Vogel emphasises working in common as a fundamental component of artistic practice.
In the age of the mobile phone camera, this award emphasizes photography as a separate category of image creation, says this year’s Hasselblad Award winner, Stan Douglas.
– Art can give us an experience of belonging, says Jumana Manna, whose exhibition A magical substance flows into me opens at Malmö Konsthall tomorrow.
Jennifer Chan’s exhibition at Galleri CC in Malmö juxtaposes videos and web chats with objects made from perishable materials. The theme is affinity, on- and off-line.