Kunstmuseet i Tønder’s new exhibition 4 x finsk kunstdesign shows a different take on the golden age of Finnish design, which is usually depicted through the works of Alvar Aalto, Tapio Wirkkala and Timo Sarpaneva. This exhibition focuses on showing the audience something new, an unknown side of Finnish design. The exhibition consists of works by […]
Tove Jansson (1914-2001) may be most famous for her Moomin characters, but there was much more to her as an artist and she produced a vast array of works during her lifetime. The exhibition Tove Jansson – Art, Love & Moomins opens this Saturday at Kunstforeningen GL STRAND – an impressive exhibition which takes on the matter of presenting Tove […]
The final two parts of The Garden – End of Times, Beginning of Times triennial at ARoS – Aarhus Art Museum will open to the public this week. The first part, The Past, opened in April and will run until September 10th / October 22nd on levels 1 and 5 of the museum. The Present and The Future […]
The SPOT Festival 2017 is just around the corner, and it is about time we have a look at what the festival has in store. This year’s line-up includes over 250 acts, three of which are from Finland, as well as a whole heap of exciting events around the city of Aarhus. Since Aarhus is also the 2017 […]
About a month ago the institute had the pleasure of welcoming a new member to our tiny staff: Sini! Sini is our new go-to person when it comes to communication (and lots of other stuff), but what really makes her tick? We asked her a few questions to get to know her better.
6200 besökare, 27 gallerier, 16 öppna timmar, 3 dagar. Siffrorna får stå för min verbala sammanfattning av den sista helgen i augusti, när Kunsthal Charlottenborg öppnade sina dörrar för den andra uppsättningen av vad som kallas den Nya Konstmässan.