KUNSTforum is the only Nordic magazine that covers comtemporary, modern and historical art and visual culture.
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On 16 Mai, South African artist Nandipha Mntambo (b. 1982) opens her first solo exhibition in Europe at Andrehn-Schiptjenko in Stockholm. KUNSTforum asked her some questions about...
Last weekend, the French/American artist Antoine Catala (b. 1975) opened the solo exhibition Image Families at Unge Kunstneres Samfund (tr. Young Artists Society) in Oslo.
The exhibition MUNCH | WARHOL and the Multiple Image opens Saturday April 27 at Scandinavia House, New York. The exhibition closely examines four prints produced by Edvard Munch...
The dream of an artistic universe that exists independently of linguistic representation is brought back to life through the latest exhibitions at Standard (Oslo); where one exhibition... [ 3 kommentarer ]
This morning Tate Britain announced the four artists shortlisted for the Turner Prize 2013.
A ‘new’ way of communicating was put into practice during this year’s IHME in Helsinki, when Mirosław Bałka engaged the locals in his project.
On 6 April, Charlotte Thiis-Evensen opens her solo exhibition at Lillehammer Kunstmuseum, followed by another solo exhibition at OSL Contemporary in Oslo. At the same time, she...
The IHME Contemporary Art Festival opens in Helsinki this week. The festival kicks off on Thursday with Miroslav Balka’s project Signals, which seeks to offer citizens a visual...
Despite being three separate enterprises, the exhibitions on Martin Kippenberger, George Widener and Robert Rauschenberg at Hamburger Bahnhof turn out to be related on some levels.
Five Hilma af Klint paintings will be shown in the Central Pavillion at the Venice Biennale this year, Moderna Museet in Stockholm says in a press release.
March 9th, Matteo Rosa opened a solo exhibition at The Boiler Room, Oslo. KUNSTforum asked him some questions about his art and what inspires him.
February 27nd, Lars Morell opened a solo exhibition at Palais de Tokyo, Paris. KUNSTforum asked him some questions about his art and what inspires him.