EXHIBITION REVIEW | Movement & Self-Reflection Through Olafur Eliasson’s Pentagonal Landscapes

Artist: Olafur Eliasson (b. 1967) is one of the top contemporary artists in the world today. His conceptual art arises from his interest in perception, bodily experience, motion and a sense of self. Experimentation, collaboration, geometry, physics and weather are all part of Eliasson’s oeuvre. The artist had multiple international solo shows at major art […]

EXHIBITION REVIEW | Worlds Colliding in Joonas Kota’s Virtualized Sceneries

Artist: Joonas Kota (b. 1976) graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Helsinki in 2003. Kota is represented in both private and public collections, including Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art and Helsinki Art Museum – HAM. The artist lives and works in Helsinki. Exhibition: JOONAS KOTA Virtualized Sceneries | Zetterberg Gallery | 26 January -19 […]

EXHIBITION REVIEW | Heidi Lampenius at Helsinki Contemporary – Ethereal and Otherworldly

Artist | Heidi Lampenius (b. 1977) graduated from the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts in 2011. She paints in acrylics and ink. Her previous solo exhibitions include Galleria Huuto in 2015 and Sinne in 2014. Her works were last seen at Helsinki Contemporary in the Remain in Light group exhibition in 2015. Exhibition | HEIDI LAMPENIUS Supernatural […]

EXHIBITION REVIEW | Ville Löppönen at Helsinki Contemporary – A Wider Interpretation of Love

Artist | Ville Löppönen (b. 1980, Savonlinna, Finland) graduated as a Master of Fine Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki in 2007. He is currently completing a Master’s degree in Orthodox Theology at the University of Eastern Finland. His works have been shown in Europe, North America and Australia. In 2015 he had solo exhibitions at The Bonnafont Gallery […]