Kunstkritikk is the leading Nordic journal of contemporary art. Its emphasis is on criticism and commentary, but it also focuses on news, interviews, essays, and reportage.
Kunstkritikk.no was created in the fall of 2003. On May 19, 2011 Kunstkritikk expanded and now includes four editions: kunstkritikk.no, kunstkritikk.dk, kunstkritikk.se, and kunstkritikk.com (International edition).
For the first time in 2009, Kunstkritikk was awarded recurring state support and thus became a permanent and substantial contribution to the Norwegian and Nordic art discussion. In 2018-19 Kunstkritikk is supported by The Norwegian Arts Council, The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Freedom of Expression Foundation, The Relief Fund for Visual Artists, The Nordic Culture Fund, New Carlsberg Foundation, The Danish Arts Foundation, The Swedish Arts Council, FRAME and The Swedish Cultural Foundation in Finland.
Reader contributions are an important part of Kunstkritikk. We are, therefore, very please to receive comments in our reader’s forum. We must note that the editorial staff does not pre-edit the debates and comments on the texts. Posts that diverge from constructive press conduct will be removed as quickly as possible.
Kunstkritikk follows the Norwegian Press Association’s Rights and Duties of the Editor: http://presse.no/Pressens_Faglige_Utvalg_PFU/Redaktorplakaten/
Kunstkritikk’s content management system is based on WordPress. Designed and developed by Node Berlin Oslo.
Jonas Ekeberg is the editor-in-chief of Kunstkritikk.