Gardar Eide Einarsson is now a part of the permanent collection at The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, TX

We are very pleased to announce that Gardar Eide Einarsson's Not Yet Titled (Traffic cones) (2011) and Liberty Forever (2015) are now part of the permanent collection at The Modern.

In Gardar Eide Einarsson's works, the ideas of personal liberty, belonging, inclusion/ exclusion, and propaganda are explored with a view to what role culture plays in ideological systems and how artists and art institutions both are implicated in the dominant structures while at the same time perhaps offering a way around and outside them. He addresses this subject matter through diverse media such as installations, paintings, sculptures, etc. in a deadpan and often humorous way and with an awareness of the institutional context of contemporary art.

On view now. New Acquisitions, The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.

Images by Evie Marie Bishop. Courtesy of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.



Lea Porsager is now part of the permanent collection at Fuglsang Kunstmuseum

We are very pleased to announce that Lea Porsager's 'G.O.D [GENERATOR.ORGANIZER.DESTROYER]' (2020) is now part of the permanent collection at Fuglsang Kunstmuseum, DK.

Lea Porsager’s works encompass science, feminism, esotericism, and politics. From dissected windmills to principles of quantum physics, Porsager’s practice combines a variety of mediums, including film, sculpture, photography and text, with scientific and spiritual ideas to examine ideas and phenomena.

Porsager’s recent solo exhibitions include Kunsthal Charlottenborg (DK), Moderna Museet (SE) and FuturDome (IT) Museum of Contemporary Art, Roskilde (DK). Porsager’s earthwork and memorial Gravitational Ripples was inaugurated in June 2018 in Stockholm, Sweden, commemorating the Swedish lives lost in the 2004 tsunami in Southeast Asia.

The purchase is supported by the Agency for Culture and Palaces and Friends of Fuglsang Kunstmuseum

Photo courtesy of Fuglsang Kunstmuseum


Rebecca Lindsmyr's 'Untitled' (2020) is now part of the permanent collection at S.M.A.K,

We are very pleased to announce that Rebecca Lindsmyr's 'Untitled' (2020) is now part of the permanent collection at S.M.A.K, Museum Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst in Ghent, BE.

The work of Rebecca Lindsmyr evolves from an interest in the complexities of the embodied self - as simultaneously being a subject of experience and an object in the world. These dual, or multiple vantage points render the self sensitive to relations of power, as well as historically, politically, socially, and emotionally shifting understandings of the body. Due to this sensitivity, the embodied self becomes a mirror of its time and context; as time penetrates it and continuously (re)shapes it.


Matthew Ronay: The Crack, the Swell, an Earth, an Ode

Matthew Ronay's solo exhibition "The Crack, the Swell, an Earth, an Ode" opens today at Nasher Sculpture Center. 

Titled The Crack, the Swell, an Earth, an Ode, the nearly 24-foot-long sculpture offers a comprehensive introduction to Ronay’s surreal worlds and the various creatures inhabiting them. Representing that tension between abstraction and representation, the various connected elements in The Crack achieve what Ronay describes as “the razor’s edge of familiar and unfamiliar; you think you’re seeing something, but you’re not quite sure.”


The exhibition is open until 15.01.2023.



Tom Sandberg: Photographs

Newly released, “Tom Sandberg: Photographs” is the first major publication dedicated to one of Norway’s most important photographers.

Working in a signature modulating gray scale, the late Norwegian photographer Tom Sandberg spent decades rendering the world according to an exacting vision, training his eye on the shapes and forms of the everyday—dark abstractions of asphalt and sea, the hard edges of an automobile, an ominously curved tunnel, an anonymous figure casting a shadow—to plumb the nature of photographic seeing.

His pictures are subtle yet transformative, studies of stillness that radiate mystery. A perfectionist in the darkroom, Sandberg was acutely sensitive to the rich spectrum of black and white, and his handmade prints, at times printed on aluminum and canvas, project a powerful physical presence. Although Sandberg is esteemed in his native Norway and throughout Scandinavia and Europe, his oeuvre is less known in the United States and other parts of the world. This monograph, produced in close collaboration with the Tom Sandberg Foundation in Oslo, is a long-overdue celebration of this distinguished artist.

224 pages, 124 images
28 × 24 cm, hardcover

Published by Aperture, 2022

Available now in the webshop through the following link: 


Lea Porsager's CALIBRATION CROSS (2020) is now part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Religious Art

Through a donation from Ny Carlsbergfondet and 15. Juni-fonden, The Museum of Religious Art in Lemvig, DK has acquired Lea Porsager's CALIBRATION CROSS (2020), to their collection. ⁠

The work will be part of the museum's rehanging of its recent acquisitions, which will open in 2024. ⁠


Lea Porsager's site-specific work "KLIT" opens in Odense

KLIT is a burgeoning coastal biotope. Here, coastal plants and small reptiles can live and die in a suitable environment. As an ecosystem, Lea Porsager's KLIT is constantly being created, giving the plants in the landscape the opportunity to grow wildly over time.⁠ ⁠KLIT is a donation from Ny Carlsbergfondet to HF & VUC Fyn.⁠

To read more, please click here.


FOS' commission "SWEEPER" at Kulturhus Risbjerggaard, Hvidovre.

Kulturhus Risbjerggaard, Hvidovre's new culture- and theatrehouse opens tomorrow, 09.09 16:00.

In addition, there will be a talk about FOS' commission for Risbjerggaard: "SWEEPER", with FOS and Pernille Fonnesbech, at 19:45.

For more info on the event, please click here.


Photos: Torben Petersen⁠