All articles by Geir Haraldseth

Fragments of an oeuvre

Chaos still reigns when Dortmund Bodega reopens in a new space with the exhibition Simen Dyrhaug 1979-2008 Collected works. This time around the artist is also cultivated as a figure.

Strategic mumbling

NoPlace again replaced “young and alternative” with a more established artist, this time Vibeke Tandberg, who showed new works and launched a new book in the exhibition Mumbles.

Art as hostage of history

In the exhibition September 11 at MoMA PS1 in New York historical artworks are trapped in a game diminishing them to substitutes for the dramatic events that took place ten years ago.

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Copenhagen Introduces Gender Quotas

The Council for Visual Arts has introduced gender quotas for all art purchases made by the City of Copenhagen. Council member and director of Kunsthal Charlottenborg Michael Thouber hopes that others will follow.

Just a Building

In his day, Erling Viksjø, architect of the Oslo Government District, was called a “bulldozer” and an “enemy of culture.” Today, his own legacy is facing demolition.

There Is a New Girl in Town

Set against an iconic cinematic backdrop depicting the streets of New York, the Frieze Los Angeles art fair has every opportunity to juggle with the artificial, the commercial, the superficial – and Hollywood.