REVIEWS

/ KJETIL ROED
View of Josh Smith's "You Walk on Ahead, Go as Fast as You Want. I'll Follow Along Slowly. I Know the Road Well," STANDARD (OSLO), Oslo, 2017.
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Kjetil Roed

The visitor to Josh Smith’s show at STANDARD (OSLO) is faced with 11 Grim Reapers painted in oil on canvas, all of them equipped with the customary black robe and scythe. Smith’s angels of death are not solitary, otherworldly figures, but a motley crew rendered in a seemingly slapdash manner,... continue reading
Dhaka Art Summit

DHAKA ART SUMMIT, Dhaka

View of Dhaka Art Summit, 2016.
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Kjetil Roed

Munem Wasif’s serene photographs, which are among the first works you encounter at the Dhaka Art Summit, depict one apparently desolate landscape after another. But if you stay with the images—don’t follow the urge to move on—then small figures start to appear. In one, which seems initially to document nothing... continue reading
View of, "Discourses, Institutions, Buildings, Laws, Police Measures, Philosophical Propositions, and So On", STANDARD (OSLO), Oslo, 2011.
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Kjetil Roed

Gardar Eide Einarsson has a way of working which is both playful and disparaging. His recent show at STANDARD (OSLO) is no exception. “Discourses, Institutions, Buildings, Laws, Police Measures, Philosophical Propositions, and so on” consists of three mock-modernist paintings, an appropriated photograph, and five readymades. Four of the readymades are... continue reading

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