All articles by Jeppe Ugelvig

The Content Biennial

The artist collective DIS challenges the manic image economies of our contemporary with an entertaining and critical biennial by replacing the politics of representation with one of circulation.

Into the Grief

Okwui Enwezor’s final exhibition concludes the Trump-era identity-political crisis in American art, and examines mourning as an anti-racist paradigm.

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.

Perverse materialism

With her New Museum retrospective, Sarah Lucas (almost) breaks free from the YBA generation, excelling with British toilet humor that speaks directly to the senses.

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Quantity Consciousness

The Light & Space movement takes centre stage in Copenhagen Contemporary’s ‘biggest exhibition to date’, but this vast sea of light drowns out the works and their ostensible magic.