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The World Is A Knot in Motion

June 2, 2024

We headed out to Oslo to review this year's MFA degree show of crafts-based art and public space art practices at KHIO, curated by Håkon Lillegraven. Ashik Zaman finds an exhibition that is elegant and easy on the eye, through and through, and holds what he finds among the most beautiful art projects seen so far this year.

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Polys Peslikas: Young Predictions

May 26, 2024

Cypriot-born Polys Peslikas' ongoing solo show Young Predictions at Mint konsthall might not make the most and loudest buzz, but should definitely not be missed. Our editor Koshik Zaman saw the exhibition a while ago and was thrown back in time to the pre-Internet days of cutting out titilating images and hiding them inside books.

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Trinidad and Oneiromance

May 11, 2024

Trinidad Carrillo, since years has been one of the true gems in Swedish lens-based art, and was one of the 13 artists in our very first curated group exhibition almost 10 years ago. May sees the opening of the three-person exhibition Himlakroppar at Konstnärshuset, with the subsequent release of  her new book Oneiromance at said venue.

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Everything, and Nothing but Sunscreen

May 7, 2024

"While Lee to some extent evades binaries of ’masculine’ and ’feminine’ in abstraction; supple figures and tender gestures acted out by an arm or the soft gaze on a face that begin dawning before the eyes are what disintegrates the work from more masculine undertones/overtones of abstraction.",writes Ashik Zaman about the work of painter Kyungseo Lee.

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April 25, 2024

A shared interest in literature and interdisciplinary knowledge exchanges, joins Kristina Bength, Malin Pettersson Öberg and Hiroko Tsuchimoto together in A Paralysis of One’s Inner Sense of Direction that bears an echo of realities of the past pandemic, and brings the seminal Japanese author Kōbō Abe to the fore.

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Marcus Appelberg: Prêt-à-porter​

April 19, 2024

"I think the way clothing and draperies are depicted in old paintings and fashion images was always something I was drawn to, and how can you not be amazed by the way Michelangelo depicts flowing fabric in marble?", says painter Marucs Appelberg, who is currently presenting a solo exhibition at Flach in Stockholm.

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