Monthly Archives: April 2010

Caj Bremer’s sharp eye on view in new retrospective

CAJ BREMER is one of the biggest names in post-war Finnish photojournalism. His black and white photo reportages have afforded him a storytelling role as a photographer. The Ateneum is featuring a collection of more than 150 of his photographs, … Continue reading

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Blending in with the scenery

MORE than viewing art, It’s a Set Up is an invitation to a sensorial, active experience that gets viewers involved with the artworks. Jacob Dahlgren’s work The Wonderful World of Abstraction plays with the idea of making the visitor wonder … Continue reading

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The night between October 27th, 2019 and April 3rd, 2010

It was a dark and stormy night. . . .

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Helsinki: The beautiful heart of Finland

Helsinki: The beautiful heart of Finland By Susan Fourtané Published on March 2010 Getting to know the heart of Finland means discovering what really matters in Helsinki: Its wondrous nature. The best way to see and experience Helsinki is … Continue reading

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Bluffing beauty

Drizzle, sprinkle, mizzle Cheesecake, apple pie and a whistle White tea in the orange tea cup A daffodil, a daisy, a dream One is not enough if not a bluffing beauty But an illusion forgotten in the sea of green. … Continue reading

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