A selection of published reports, logbooks and reviews 2017 – 2019

D2 21.09.2017 / Dagens Næringsliv / Kunstnerne stikker til sjøs / By Øyunn Rishøy Hedemann

Kunstkritikk 28.09.2017 / Vi er alle i samme båt / We are all in the same boat / Report by Nora Joung

Art Agenda 29.09.2017 / Lofoten International Art Festival 2017, “I Taste the Future” / Review of LIAF by Orit Gat

Hyperallergic 29.09.2017 / Tensions Over Untapped Oil Run Just Beneath the Surface at a Norwegian Art Festival / Review of LIAF by Karen Gardiner

La Stampa 09.10.2017 / L’arte naviga tra i fiordi / Review by Manuela Gandini

New Scientist 11.10.2017 / Scandinavias Artists Confront a Dark HorizonIt’s time artists woke up to the power at their fingertips / By Simon Ings

Alfabeta 2, 13.10.2017 / Viaggio in Norvegia / Review by Francesca Pasini

Spike Art 17.10.2017 / Mit Schiff, Fish und Scaum / Logbook by Robert Schulte

Frieze 24.10.2017 / Coast Contemporary / Review by Adam Kleinman

OCULA 10.11.2017 / Tanja Sæter in Conversation / OCULA Conversation by Cathryn Drake

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Elephant Magazine / Nordic Lights and Romantic Delutions / Column by Ben Eastham / Issue 34 (in print)

Billedkunst 2017 No 5 / Brytning i Bergen / Critique by Liv Brissach

典藏 挪威海岸艺术节

Art China / By Wu Wei

Weekendavisen / Arktisk Vækkelse / Review by Maria Kjær Themsen

Hanne Lippard / Stavanger Kunsthall

Art World 325 / Behind the Scene / By Jia Lin

Artco China / Norwegian Contemporary Art and the Treasures Come from the Ocean

Billedkunst Materie 2018, No 6 / Ritualer / Furet, værbitt over vannet / Rugged, weathered, above the sea / Critique by Pernille Mercury Linstad

Stefan Mensch 29.10.2018

Die Welt 06.01.2019 / Kann Norwegen nur Männerliteratur? / By Claudia Schumacher

Droste Effect 07.01.2019 / Rugged, weathered above the sea / Reportage by Lorenza Pigniatti

Flash Art 01.02.2019 / Notes from aboard the MS Trollfjord / Report by Jennifer Piejko

Four of the writers participating in the 2018 edition will be featured in our upcoming publication / 2020