All articles by Ingvild Krogvig

Autumn Sonata – Norway 2014

The autumn season on the Norwegian art scene offers exhibitions featuring the Bauhaus teacher Josef Albers, and the work of French filmmaker Chris Marker. Rameau’s nephews also make an appearance.

Manifesta without Manifesto

“The intention was to create an exhibition without a manifesto,” said curator Kasper König during the press conference opening the 10th installment of Manifesta in St. Petersburg.

Spring Sonata – Norway

This spring the Norwegian art scene offers us a midlife retrospective with Elmgreen & Dragset, a whole life retrospective with Aase Texmon Rygh, a Karl Kraus-hommage, as well as Susan Philipsz first project in Norway.

Ten Questions: Jeremy Deller

“If you can commemorate the Holocaust you can commemorate anything,” says Jeremy Deller, one of eight artists/architects participating in the competition to create memorials commemorating the terrors of 22 July 2011.

Ten Questions: David Horvitz

David Horvitz is ready for the opening of Lofoten International Art Festival (LIAF), but is still searching for a wooden spoon made from rowan tree to stir a soup he has made from a magic stone.

Munch as editorial cartoonist

The successful travelling exhibition The Modern Eye was opened at the Munch museum last week. The Norwegian version of the exhibition includes a little-known newspaper vignette based on The Scream.

Nordic in New York

Jacob Fabricius wants to include artist-operated galleries when he curates a Nordic section of The Armory Show in New York in March. That is, if they want to participate in this commercial arena.

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Harald the Hero

The father of modern curating, Harald Szeeman, is memorialised at Castello di Rivoli in Turin with a lavish presentation of obsessive archiving and a hint of kitsch.

Nordic News Weekly – March 15th

Debates on cultural politics in Denmark and Sweden, a five-year programme of art in public space in Oslo, and three Nordic artists represented in the Venice Biennial main exhibition.