The works were created “one misfortune at a time,” and represent Pekka Jylhä’s responses to a series of recent high-profile horrors, including the drowned Aylan Kurdi, the attack on the Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris and the deliberate downing of the Germanwings flight 9525 in 2015.
While displaying images of women’s heavily bruised bottoms might at first sound like cause for anxiety, the erotic exhibitionism of these works comes directly from the heart of the racy all-girl subculture, Roller Derby.
Starting from Friday October 23, Ateneum Art Museum will open an extensive retrospective exhibition highlighting Bresson’s work. The 300 photographs and publications covering the walls of the national art museum emphasise his skill as a photographer but also his artistic talent and above all, the humanity at the very core of his work.
The Aleph is an innovative, interactive installation, that combines gaming technology and the fantastic literary imagination of Jorge Luis Borges to create an aesthetic experience of infinite spatial intrigue.
One’s citizenship is not bound by the passport issued by a country. This is the core message of the photo exhibition Suomalaisia (Finns) by Anna Tervahartiala, which opened on Friday at Laterna Magica bookstore in Helsinki’s Kruunhaka district.