All articles by Jacob Lillemose

TAIATEOTWAWKI

States of emergency such as the COVID-19 pandemic offer opportunities for developing new visions – for art institutions, too. Here’s a workshop for anyone to use.

Hipster Modernism

The new Hilma af Klint inspired collection launched by the fashion company Acne is clever and stylish, but also reflects a facile and cynical faith in what fashion can do.

The Networked Body

Sandra Vaka Olsen’s exhibition at Rolf and Olga Nowotny’s new venue in Copenhagen is a sleekly appetising and challenging philosophical reflection on a new phenomenological condition.

Art and prostitution

John Kørner’s paintings of women prostitutes are filled with creative energy at the formal level. But the energy doesn’t always carry across to the political level.

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Just Breathe

Joar Nango’s festival exhibition at Bergen Kunsthall is an inspiring invitation to expand our minds and knowledge and to carry out fundamental change.

Invisible Criticism

Criticism has moved from the daily newspapers to niche media. This should be reflected in Denmark’s new media policy agreement, says Kamilla Löfström of United Critics Denmark.

Raw Emotion

The Work of Mourning at Bonniers Konsthall not only speaks to the current state of affairs, it also emits the sincerity of experiences connected to real change.