The theme of the collection is the nowness of photography and how it seeks and produces information about the world.
On Thursday the light poles at the Esplanade Park in Helsinki center were wrapped in beautiful flower artwork.
This full-blooded version of the play has been so successful that it has been constantly revived and toured worldwide since 2001.
The contemporary art scene in Finland is very active, not only in Helsinki but also in other cities.
The fact that Christianity took root in Finland did not displace the old folk beliefs; rather, many practices and beliefs survived alongside Christianity and even merged with it in some cases.
‘Marilyn – A Woman Behind Her Roles’ Showcases Over 300 Personal Items of the Iconic Actress in Tampere
Most of the items in the exhibition come from a devoted collector of Marilyn Monroe memorabilia.
Overall a great inspirational and entertaining walk around the district of Kaartinkaupunki.
Lux offers a juxtaposition of dazzling lights and new technologies coupled with a narrative of where the natural world fits into our ever changing urbanized living.
The council voted 53-32 against the project on Wednesday night.
Following its display in the Centre Pompidou, Paris, and Tate, London, the exhibition of Mona Hatoum’s work – the first solo show to be held in Finland – opened on Friday in Kiasma, Helsinki.
In ‘Smell’s’ calming environment, urban stimuli are absent. When one sense is emphasized and other senses play a smaller role, there is room for thoughts emerging from your mind.
In an era when the very existence of artists is under threat by the well-heeled apparatchiks of austerity and quick-fixes, we are reminded that artistic methods have much to offer us.
Imagine, if you can, a Buddhist monk crossed with late ‘70s ironic pop group, The Buggles, and you’ll get a picture of Choi.
Marije Vogelzang, a Dutch eating designer, proudly calls herself a designer of shit.
It is due to the effect of the mass impact of manual human effort that one leaves this show feeling uplifted and impressed.
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.
Here we are. A couple of freezing Canadians out into the frigid temps of a Finnish winter awe-inspired by the Lux Helsinki 2016 Light Festival.
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 tunnels under the bridges of the cycling and pedestrian route Baana in downtown of Helsinki transform into lighting installations until September 27.
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.
See the Smiling Sibelius and Witness the Lucid Colours of Claire Aho at a Free Exhibit in Helsinki Centre
At a time when most Finns are apprehensive about the future of their own country, a photo exhibition has quietly made its way to the public, which presents a crystal clear account of Finland’s past.
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.
The Finnish response to Paris attacks ‘Minä Olen Charlie’ can be seen at the Arabianranta library from now through the month of May.