All articles by Louise Steiwer

16 December

Angels disappearing in the fog and an exhibition so mellow you felt like having tea with it. Louise Steiwer looks back at the year’s best art experiences.

Parasitic Assault

Extremely unpleasant exhibition in Berlin. Are Mire Lee’s works innocent victims of H. R. Giger’s perversions, or is this a case of mutual fetishism.

Mask Dance

‘If a culture is not active it ossifies and becomes a museum exhibit. And if I’m not allowed to use it, who is?’ Jessie Kleemann performs Greenland’s cultural shifts with blubber, blood, and beads.

‘From hard to heart’

An artistic parade and healing session undertaken Sunday aimed to remove the social housing community AKB Lundtoftegade from the so-called ghetto list – a list with fateful consequences.

Off to Neverland!

The liberating potential of partying forms the focal point of Esben Weile Kjær’s outstanding performance, which portrays millennials as a generation poised between anxiety and self-staging.

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.

Art Fair Shows Women Only

The 2020 edition of the Nordic art fair Chart will feature women artists only, whose works will be displayed at the participating galleries’ own venues throughout the Nordic region

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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.