About

About the magazine

KUNSTforum is the leading, Nordic art magazine with Norwegian and English articles. KUNSTforum is the only Nordic magazine that covers comtemporary, modern and historical art and visual culture.

KUNSTforum publishes interviews with artists, curators, gallery owners, museum directors and more. KUNSTforum also publishes feature articles discussing artistic movements and trends and feature articles that offers new perspectives on culture politics and institutions.

KUNSTforum has a broad perspective and aims at being an academic and critical publication, directed at the art professional as well as the intelligent lay-man. Our goal is to create a space for open discussion and debate on the visual arts and the structures of the art system in Norway, the Nordic region and internationally.

In print our focus is on feature articles, interviews, essays, art books and marked analysis.

Our web magazine is updated every week with it’s own articles, exhibition reviews and picture blogs. Online our focus is on short, informative text and comments.

Subscribe to KUNSTforum:

Subscriptions outside of Norway only 59 Euros (shipping included). Fill out the subscriptions form or send an e-mail to kunstforum@dbpartner.no  to subscribe, and you’ll receive four issues of KUNSTforum a year.

Contact:

If you wish to send Kunstforum a press release please e-mail us at redaksjonen@kunstforum.as

KUNSTforum is:

 

Rasmus Hungnes

Editor-in-chief

Contact: rasmus.hungnes@kunstforum.as

 

Monica Holmen
Co-Editor

Holmen holds a master´s degree from Oslo Univeristy and wrote the thesis This is MOST Important. An analysis of Dag Alveng´s New York-photographs in light of the American street photography (in Norwegian). Holmen also works as project coordinator at Akershus Art Center.

Contact: monica.holmen@kunstforum.as

If you wish to advertise in the print edition or online please contact Nicolai Strøm-Olsen for details at:

Phone + 47 94789391
E-mail: nicolai.strom.olsen@kunstforum.as

KUNSTforum was founded by André Gali, Tore Næss and Nicolai Strøm-Olsen in 2009.