Art from Chicago

POST POST POST STUDIO features work by six young US-based artists. Organised by artist Carrie Schneider, it is a homage to the spirit of the artist’s atelier. Schneider is herself currently in the middle of an artist’s residency at HIAP (Helsinki International Artist-in-residence Programme) in Finland.

Thoughts about the utopian luxury and heartrending reality of studio practice confront her daily. In a time where artistic production is steeped in post-studio practices and relational aesthetics, Schneider feels it is time to “pause and reaffirm our belief in the awesomeness of the atelier.”

  Post Post Post Studioat HIAP Project Room
until 6 March
Tue 10-18
Wed-Fri 10-17
Cable Factory, C4
Tallberginkatu 1, Helsinki


Schneider received her Master of Fine Arts from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2007. On graduating she attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture and the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts in Helsinki as a Fulbright Fellow. Recent and upcoming exhibitions include the Third Azerbaijan Biennial in Baku, Gallery 44 in Toronto, Monique Meloche Gallery, Chicago, Galleri KiT in Trondheim, Norway, and The Finnish Museum of Photography, Helsinki. (Tense Territories).

Schneider’s residency is organised in collaboration with the Finnish Museum of Photography.



About Susan Fourtané

As a citizen of the world, Susan began her search for her place in the world back at the beginning of the year 2000. After many travels looking for her place in the world, her soul found that place in Finland in September 2006. She has been living in Helsinki ever since, where she combines fiction and non-fiction writing with Philosophy studies and teaching.
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