Lecture performance ‘Art in the Service of the Nation – Or Why did Birgir Carlstedt abandon abstract art in the early 1930s?’ at The Schoooooool With Many Holes, Amos Rex, October 2019.
Drawing depicting ‘race science’ in the Nordic countries at Bergen Assembly until 10th of November 2019.
‘Case of Hjalmar Linder (bourgeois with a heart)’ at Objection! in Helsinki City Museum until 29.9.2019.
Drawing about völkisch and elitist roots of Nazism as activisation no. 2 of Otto Neurath’s exhibition at Kunstraum Munich until the end of July 2019.
Online archive about the early history of documenta exhibitions, ‘abstracta’ is online at documenta-studien.de.
‘Repeating Roerich’ is on display in exhibition ‘Shared History’ in Riga Bourse Art Museum from September until the end of November 2018. The exhibition is organised by LCCA and curated by Inga Lace.
‘Solidarity’ in exhibition Nordic Trouble, Konsthall C, from December 2017 to March 2018.
‘Scientific illustrations to keep silent about’, intervention in Ateneum during exhibition of Von Wright Brothers in October 2017 as part of project Freedom Portal by Third Space.
‘Unfolding Nordic Race Science’, 2016 as part of exhibition History Unfolds in Swedish History Museum in Stockholm until 19th of November 2017.
Drawing ‘The (singular/symptomatic) case of de Appel’ in the exhibition You Must Make Your Death Public by students at de Appel arts centre until 12th of June 2016.
‘Works on Paper’, series of linocuts in Third Space, Helsinki from 1st to 12th of April 2016.
‘Communication’, ‘Counter-constructivist Model’ and ‘Noise After Babel’ at exhibition Apricots from Damascus in Salt Galata, Istanbul, 23rd of December, 2015 – 21st of February, 2016.
‘Festival 1962’, radio play together with Araba Evelyn Johnston-Arthur and Ahmed Al-Nawas. Festival 1962 is part of the Remembering Silences season curated by Ahmed Al-Nawas for Checkpoint Helsinki. Broadcast in Radio Helsinki 14–18.12.2015.
‘Works on Paper’ at Tobacna001, Ljubljana until the 3rd of July 2015.
Minna Henriksson, Erik Krikortz, Airi Triisberg (Eds.) ‘Art Workers – Material Conditions and Labour Struggles in Contemporary Art Practice.’ 232 pp, 168 x 240 mm, edition: 700 in English, graphic design: Summer Studio. ISBN: 978–91–637–7946–6 2015. Order: http://www.lugemik.ee/ Available online: http://art-workers.org/.
‘Noise After Babel’ by Sezgin Boynik and Minna Henriksson at Gallery Oksasenkatu 11, 7. – 29.3.2015. “Noise After Babel” is an exhibition as result of artistic-theoretical research. It examines multi-accentuality of language as the potential grounds for social engagement.
Poster series ‘Art of Politics’ as part of Baltic Circle Festival 9-16 November 2014.
Exhibition ‘Politicization of Friendship’ at MSUM Ljubljana until 28th of September 2014.
‘Objekti’ exhibition in public space in Espoo Keskus until 31st of August 2014.