Jonatan Habib Engqvist is a curator and writer with a background in Philosophy and Aesthetic theory based in Stockholm. Currently artistic director of New Småland on commission by 4 regional art museums and a university together with Mike Bode (2016-2020), curator of Sara Tirelli´s solo exhibition at Borås Artmuseum, Sweden and co-curator with Basak Senova and Branko Francechi of The 5th Project Biennial of Contemporary Art D-0 ARK Underground, Do secret services dream of a museum? in Tito's Bunker - ARC D-0, Konjic, Bosnia & Herzegovina. Engqvist also manages CRIS (Curatorial Residency In Stockholm) and is editor in mischief of the online journal He has curated a number of international biennales and festivals including Cycle Music and Art Festival Berlin/Reykjavík/Koparvogur (2018), Survival Kit 9 in Riga, Latvia, Sinopale 6, Sinop, Turkey (2017), Tunnel Vision, the 8th Momentum biennale in Moss, Norway 2015 and (I)ndependent People, the visual art focus of Reykjavík Arts Festival 2012. Previously project manager for visual art at Iaspis (2009-2014), curator at Moderna Museet (2008-09) and The Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm (2005-07). Engqvist has written in numerous books and catalogues. These include: Big Dig ¬– Om passivitet och samtidskonst, CLP Works (2018), Studio Talks: Thinking Through Painting, Arvinius+Orfeus Publishing (2014), In Dependence – Collaboration and Artists´ initiatives, Torpedo Press (2013), Work, Work, Work – A Reader on Art and Labour, Steinberg Press (2012), Dharavi: Documenting Informalities, KKH (2008), Academic Foundation New Delhi (2009).

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The Nordic Art Association is a visual art organisation in the Nordic countries aimed at creating networks. It was founded in 1945 and consists of 9 sections. The board of the Swedish section consists of representatives of a number of national partners, such as artist organisations and national institutions for contemporary art. NKF will celebrate it´s 75-year jubilee in 2020.