The first monograph on Crispin Gurholt, one of Norway’s most prolific and interesting contemporary photographer, installation and video artist.
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One social outreach program discusses resistance from the community and how their continued initiative, focus and mission for change made a difference.
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Finns are known for their practical approach and taciturn presence. Their innate sense of trust and outwardly calm manner bestows an air of freedom to life in the city and predisposes attitudes to expecting, well… what is expected.
Portraying the age-old practice in its contemporary incarnation as a sport, the duo Trine Søndergaard and Nicolai Howalt investigates hunting’s transformation from a necessity of survival to a symbol of cultural privilege.
The Copenhagen Office of Sotheby’s was founded in the 1980’s by the initiative of Hanne Wedell-Wedellsborg, who went to London herself, in an effort to bring the representation of the firm to Denmark. The office is now in the hands of her daughter, Nina Wedell-Wedellsborg.
Icelandic sculpturist, Katrin Sigurdardottir is used to building things, but she is also accustomed to confronting the visitor with issues which surround the majority of her interactive sculptures, and these are issues involving ones relationship to space.
The Danish artist, Lea Porsager, once again explores the uncertain and hidden, but more remarkably the awkwardness of the body at her second solo exhibition, which is made specifically for the two small rooms at Henningsen Contemporary in Copenhagen.
The Statens Museum for Kunst National Gallery of Denmark continues to push at the forefront of museum educational directives in devising a new website appeal in aims to reach wider audiences and communicate the collection globally.
Focusing on a younger generation of Norwegian artists, and taken from the 2008 Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art Lights On – Norsk samtidskunst exhibition, this catalogue highlights Norwegian contemporary artist that share a simular focus to that of the international art scene.
The Finnish photographer, Kari Soinio, reflects upon the masculine body and identity, but more importantly, his photos subtly focus upon mans relation to his surroundings.
In the grand scale performance at Lilith Performance Studio in Malmö four parallel rooms are showing four women in banal and very familiar scenes, but staging a dream of self fulfillment full of hope.