The Nordik board consists of two regular board members and one supplicant member from each of the Nordic countries. In addition to the regular members, the association’s secretary is elected separately. To contact the board, e-mail us on info (at) nordikarthistory.org or contact one of the boardmembers directly.
Chair of the board
PhD in art history, Director of Collections Management, Finnish National Gallery, Helsinki. Maintenance and sharing online FNG’s collections data, keeping research collections and library. Research interests: modernism and modernity, historiographies, art discourses. Curator and author. Editor in chief of the FNG’s magazine FNG Research.
Email me: Riitta.Ojanpera@fng.fi
Åkerfelt is a PhD, university teacher and researcher in architectural history at the department of Art History at Åbo Akademi University, Turku, Finland. Recent projects have dealt with the connection between identity, minorities and architecture as well as the historiography of the concept of architecture in Finland in the 20th century.
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Deputy dean for The Academy of Fine Arts of The Uniarts, Helsinki since 2019, and before that, vice dean for The Academy of Fine Arts (2018-2019). I have a PhD in Art History, and am an adjunct professor (Universities of Helsinki and Turku). My expertise includes old and contemporary art, historiography and theory/methods of art history.
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PhD in art history (Lund University), docent with a specialization in visual communication, head of the Visual Studies minor at Åbo Akademi. Has published on Nordic avantgarde and popular culture from a communicative and semiotic perspective.
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Senior curator learning at the National museum of Norway since 1998. Master in Art History from university of Oslo in 1993. Has previously worked at the Bergen art museum, the Munch museum and the universiyt in Oslo, as well as been editor for the journals Kunsthåndverk and Kunst og Kultur.
Email me: Ellen.Lerberg@nasjonalmuseet.no
Inger M. L. Gudmundson
Gudmundson is a curator at Stavanger Art Museum. Research interests: 19th century paintings, contemporary art, gender studies.
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Trine Otte Bak Nielsen
Trine Otte Bak Nielsen holds a Cand.Philol. in art history and is a curator at the Munch Museum in Oslo, Norway. Research and curatorial interests: Edvard Munch, European art history around 1900, contemporary art.
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Karin Wagner is a professor in Art History and Visual Studies at the Department of Cultural Sciences at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Her research interests include photography, new media, digital culture, visual communication and packaging design. She is currently involved in the book project From ASCII Art to Comic Sans: Typographic Imagination in Digital Culture.
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Martin Sundberg, curator of the collection & research at Norrköpings Konstmuseum since 2015. PhD in art history from Lund University in 2005. Post doc at eikones NCCR Iconic Criticism, Basel University, 2010-2013.
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Liepe is professor of Art History and Visual Studies at the Linnaeus University in Växjö, Sweden. Her research interests include the art and architecture of medieval Scandinavia; methodology; historiography; exhibition history; diversity in medieval studies; heritage.
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Anne Gregersen, PhD in art history, curator at Willumsen’s Museum, Frederikssund, Denmark. Research areas: Modernism, 1930-40s figurative painting, collections, curating and artists as curators.
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Rasmus has a PhD in art history and collection studies and is a researcher at The National Gallery of Denmark. He is the vice-president of the Danish Association of Art Historians and editor of Kunsthistorisk Bogliste. Research in museum history, queer and Danish art of the nineteenth century, and memorial culture.
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Kristian Handberg, PhD. Postdoc in Art History at the University of Copenhagen with research in exhibition histories of the postwar era.
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Aðalheiður L. Guðmundsdóttir
Aðalheiður L. Guðmundsdóttir is an assistant professor and programme director in art history and art theory at the department of fine arts at the Iceland University of the Arts. Her special area of studies, teaching and writing, lies in the field of philosophy of art, contemporary art, gender studies, artist books and writing.
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Margrèt Elísabet Olafsdottir
Olafsdottir is an assistant professor at the University of Akureyri and lecturer at the Iceland University of the Arts. She teaches art history, art education theory and practice at the faculty of education, and lectures on modern and contemporary art. Her research interests are focused on contemporary media art and discourse on modern art in Iceland in early 20th century.
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Edda Halldórsdóttir holds an MA-degree in art history from the University of Iceland. She is currently working as a registrar at the Reykjavík Art Museum.
Email me: Edda.Halldorsdottir@reykjavik.is