Kiasma Commision by Kordelin – some great news for artists! The Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma has teamed up with the Alfred Kordelin Foundation to launch a new funding concept.
Isabella Chydenius (b.1988) is a Finnish interdisciplinary artist working on female and gender issues regarding taboos and societal norms. Her work combines painting, installation, sculpture, text, video and performance, and focuses
KARU = rugged, stark SOMA = cute, pretty One Friday afternoon Ville Ruso, the artist behind the art brand Karusoma, opened up his studio for the public and anyone was
The 9th edition of the Nordic biennial of contemporary art, Momentum, is on its way. Momentum has since its first exhibition in 1998 been about presenting outstanding art and artistic
Media’s attitude towards women and celebrities’ half nude pictures in product placement images are known for having a negative impact – especially on young women who tend to objectify themselves
In 1992 Lynda Nead presented her thoughts on the distinction between The Naked and The Nude. Where the concept of the nude is how we portray and used to perceive the woman’s body. Beautifully
This weekend was special in two ways. First, the sun came up here in cold, cold Denmark and it made us all incredibly psyched and happy! Second, while wandering around
Olafur Eliasson is an artist of many medias, including installation, painting, photography and film. He lives and works between Copenhagen and Berlin, having been raised between Iceland and Denmark, before studying
Our team was keen to be part of Northmodern in Copenhagen last week. In a nutshell, it is a bi-annual trade fair for design industry professionals, buyers, journalists and general public.
Calle “Klive” and Lasse “Kaos” make up the artist duo Graffiti Stockholm, a small design company founded in 2008. They started getting offers through word-of-mouth rumors and today they earn