“Abstract Possible” Addendum

To ‘pick’ an exhibition to highlight for Artforum does not translate into my tacit approval of Maria Lind’s decision to associate with Bukowski’s Auction House which is in turn associated with Lundin Petroleum More »

”Abstract Possible”

Tommy Støckel, In My Mind This Goes On Forever, 2012, image: Tensta Konsthall

This exhibition examines the abstract from multiple perspectives: formal, economic, and the contemporary artist’s “withdrawal strategies”––a manipulation of already existing spaces in order to create a “space apart” from the rest of society. More »

”The Collective Coral Colony”

Nevin Aladag
Nevin Aladag, Mezzanine (Hochparterre), 2009, image: Tensta Konsthall

Curated by Adnan Yildiz with the assistance of Kim Einarsson of Konsthall C, “The Collective Coral Colony” is inspired by Alfred Döblin’s historical novel Berlin Alexanderplatz, initially published in 1929 then later made for television and directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder; this work serves as a launch pad for contemporary analysis of five chosen artists’ relationship with both their respective cities and the notion of a collective insight. More »