Magasinet Kunst‘s (DK) special edition on women in the arts, May 2021.
The Danish artist Augusta Atla, who came up with the idea of an issue of Magasinet Kunst (DK) devoted to women and gender, is also the co-editor of this special edition on women in the arts.
Augusta Atla initiated a regular series of conversations with key people in the contemporary art scene – people who are working to create a real change when it comes to gender equality among artists. In this issue of Magasinet Kunst she interviews Camille Morineau on the subject of gender equality in the world of art.
Camille Morineau, an acclaimed curator and art historian, is dedicated to promoting the brilliance of female artists. Camille Morineau devised and curated the pioneering exhibition Elles@centrepompidou at the Pompidou Centre, Paris (FR) in 2009-2011. She is also the co-founder and director of AWARE, a non-profit organisation, research centre and archiving platform that promotes work by women artists.
The magazine also includes a critical essay by Augusta Atla on the SHOWDOWN WITH THE SEXISM OF THE DANISH ART SCENE.
To purchase the magazine in Danish:
To read the interview (in English) with Camille Morineau visit:
To read the essay (in English) by Augusta Atla, visit:
ARTIST-TALKS on Women Painters (Talk, duration 45 min)
IBM Kunstforening, Denmark
Via Farini in Residence, Milano, Italy
The Danish Royal Academy, Copenhagen, Denmark
Manitoba University, Architectural Faculty, Canada
Tou Scene Art Institution, Stavanger, Norway
Projektskolen Art School, Oslo, Norway
Princeton University, Architectural Faculty, NJ, USA
Venice Art Academy, Venezia, Italy
Krabbesholm Kunstskole, Denmark
TPTP SPACE, Paris, France
Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, France
Banja Rathnov Gallery, CPH, Denmark
Kunsthøjskolen på Ærø, Denmark