The commissioning body’s decision to bypass an open call for next year’s edition of the Biennale has been met with mixed feelings by the local art community.
The artists say the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma must sever ties with Poju Zabludowicz, whose wealth comes in part from Israeli defense contracting.
Archaeologists excavated the burial site in eastern Finland, shedding light on Stone Age funerary practices.
Hanna Bergholm’s stunningly original debut film Hatching embraces the experience of female adolescence as the monster that it is, and then gives that monster literal wings.
A reflection on the tensions inherent to interpreting art and poetry in challenging political times.
When architect Eliel Saarinen moved to the US and designed Cranbrook, he brought his Finnish heritage with him.
Political opposition in Finland could sabotage longstanding plans to build a Guggenheim outpost on the Helsinki waterfront.
HELSINKI — “In the final days of a damp, misty November, the body of a young woman is found in the icy embrace of the waters off Kaivopuisto Park.”
KANSAS CITY, Missouri — Dark Days, Bright Nights, an exhibition of recent Finnish paintings curated by Barbara O’Brien for the Kemper Museum, is a stirring reminder of how culturally under-represented that nation remains even in the age of digitally networked globalization.
The country has developed more than 30 emojis that function as advertisements for all the things that make Finland unique.
Marja Pirilä has been fascinated with the camera obscura process since the 1980s, when she worked extensively with pinhole cameras and even built a few cabin-sized contraptions.
Would this spooky reindeer that seems to have transported from some unearthly netherworld stop you in your tracks?