Nina Möntmann is a curator and writer. Her recent projects focus on the changing conditions of art institutions, models of relationality in art and institutional practice, the role of communities as social entities of the public sphere, and artist collectives in the Southern Hemisphere.
Nina Möntmann is a professor at the Royal University College of Fine Arts in Stockholm, where she heads the department of “Art Theory and the History of Ideas”. Until 2006 she worked as a curator at the Nordic Institute for Contemporary Art (NIFCA) in Helsinki, where she curated “Spaces of Conflict” (Rooseum, Malmö; Secession, Vienna; Kunst-Werke, Berlin; National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo; Kunsthalle Helsinki) and “Opacity” (UKS, Oslo; Secession, Vienna). She is a correspondent for Artforum and Le Monde Diplomatique, and contributes regularly to art journals and magazines such as Parachute, Paletten, Texte zur Kunst and De-Bug. In addition to teaching posts at the University of Hamburg, the Academy of Fine Arts in Umeå and the International Academy of Art Palestine in Ramallah, she also held a guest professorship at the University of the Arts in Bremen.