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Artist duo Hesselholdt & Mejlvang says Danish museum did not pay them

The artists showed in a group exhibition and delivered two lectures at Aros Aarhus Art Museum

Nan Goldin photograph withdrawn from Norwegian auction after gallery objects to sale

Marian Goodman Gallery says Self-Portrait on the train, Germany, had condition problems but seller's representative says low estimate was the issue

Copenhagen's new kunsthalle for 'huge site-specific art installations' opens in refurbished shipyard

Gallery's inaugural exhibitions go to Danish collective Superflex and US artist Doug Aitken

Gerhard Richter makes Germany’s rich list with estimated fortune of €700m

Anselm Kiefer and Neo Rauch also figure among 1,001 richest people

Edvard Munch to go on show at Oslo Airport this December

Munch Museum to exhibit one work by Norwegian artist in new international terminal every year

Former V&A director Martin Roth defends co-curating Azerbaijan pavilion

Co-curator of Venice Biennale show says calling country "a blueprint of tolerance" might have been a mistake

German artist to light up Venice church with images of Martin Luther

Philipp Geist previously projected images onto Cologne Cathedral to make the area more secure after spate of sexual attacks

Museum for pioneer of abstraction Hilma af Klint is stuck in limbo

Swedish painter's family says a group of "anthroposophists" is hindering the project

Turkish art show granted ‘asylum’ in Germany

Exhibition goes on show in Stuttgart after being cancelled in Istanbul in 2016

Munch’s $54m Girls on the Bridge will be highlight of billionaire's new museum in Potsdam

Hasso Plattner revealed as possible buyer of Norwegian artist's work, which sold at Sotheby's last year

Swedish artist’s memorial to Norway terrorist attack unlikely to go ahead

Government prepared to drop Jonas Dahlberg’s proposal in order to appease local campaign

Scream seller’s space to open in 2017

Norwegian shipping heir Petter Olsen will show other works by Munch from his collection in private museum funded by $120m sale

Will Helsinki ever get a Guggenheim?

Doubts grow over crucial government funding as the once-friendly Finnish political climate deteriorates

Oslo finally gives Munch Museum move the go-ahead

New waterfront home for museum wins final approval

Artist faces battle to spend final days in forest Edvard Munch loved to paint

Bang goes the neighbourhood? Criticism grows to Bjarne Melgaard’s A House to Die In

Schwitters’ Dada dwelling moves from island stable to Norwegian museum centrepiece

The Romsdal Museum in Molde is due to unveil three-dimensional collage considered a forerunner of installation art

Four years on and Norway is still divided on massacre memorial

Swedish artist Jonas Dahlberg's monument, which calls for a slice of the Sørbråten peninsula to be cut out like “an open wound”, was due for completion in July

Olafur Eliasson waterfall for Copenhagen swimming pool

A proposal to build an art pool in the Danish capital would allow visitors to “get in touch” with underwater works

Delays are water under the bridge as Olafur Eliasson unveils new project in Copenhagen

Ship-themed pedestrian crossing finally complete two years after originally planned


Artist chronicles fight with Louis Vuitton

Book tells of Nadia Plesner’s three-year battle to clear her name after luxury fashion company took offence at her drawing of a designer bag

Guggenheim Helsinki isn’t the only show in town

Amos Anderson Art Museum unveils bold vision for new home

Danish art space dedicated to refugees opens amid recent migrant tragedy

Center for Art on Migration Politics in Copenhagen is the first of its kind in Europe

Next stop Reykjavík for MoMA’s Bjork show?

The city’s mayor has seen the exhibition and wants to bring it to the Icelandic capital

Peter Olsen to sell version of The Scream to open private Munch museum in Oslo

The collector hopes the sale will pay for the design of his proposed museum, which will be located not far from a building in which Munch used to work

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Memorials to Norway massacre victims prove divisive

Artist Nico Widerberg’s sculptures welcomed by many, but the way an anonymous donor is funding them upsets others


We need Leonardos and Van Goghs, says Norwegian politician Carl Hagen

He suggests using Norway’s oil and gas billions to buy the best for the national gallery


Doyle New York gets playful with 'attic treasures' sale

With toys and trains galore, the April sale will appeal to the child in everyone


“Actors are playing us, but we might interfere”: Interview with curators Elmgreen and Dragset

Elmgreen and Dragset on splitting up but staying together and why they are putting their lives on stage

Interview with Elmgreen & Dragset on staging their newest work: “Actors are playing us, but we might interfere”

The artists on splitting up but staying together and why they are putting their lives on stage


Warhol Brillo boxes downgraded to “copies”

Authentication board says famous museum director “falsified” their history


Collector plans sculpture park to “celebrate women”

Sense of embarrassment about real estate investor’s concept

Rodchenko and Tatlin fakes force closure of Russian avant-garde exhibition at Finland's Wäinö Aaltonen Museum of Art

Operations were halted after multiple experts questioned the authenticity of the exhibition's content, which had been sourced from private collections


Legal vetting of graduation shows raises spectre of censorship in Sweden

Swedish students’ work comes under scrutiny after a series of controversies


Norwegian dealer's estate to benefit charity

Médecins Sans Frontières will get millions from the sale

Munch collector to open private museum

Petter Olsen plans cultural complex outside Oslo


Danish museum to buy Muhammad cartoons which sparked global riots

The Royal Library is in talks to purchase the works; another Danish museum wants to put them on display


Artist Bjarne Melgaard is suing his former backer

Sculptor says collector made too many editions

Hirst to fix another formaldehyde installation

All four versions of Mother and Child, Divided, returned to Hirst's studio for conservation

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Warhol Brillo boxes could be fake

Allegations circulate that curator Pontus Hultén created unauthorised replicas


Foundation sells late collector’s art

Proceeds go to fund for young artists

Georg Baselitz entrusts painting to Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark

The director admitted they would not otherwise be able to obtain such a piece