Helsinki-based photographer, Leena Aro, is one of the few who has seen through her lens the changing fashion seasons in Milan, Paris, New York and London for decades. (Continues…)

A Fashion Story by Eeva Suutari and Heidi Marika. (Continues…)

Fashion designer, artist and filmmaker Paola Suhonen made an impressive exhibition, Love on the road, at Kunsthalle Helsinki inspired by her friendship with world-famous pornstar Nina Hartley. This is Paola’s first major exhibition as an artist and also first time Nina Hartley has been presented from artistic point of view. (Continues…)

Finnish Fine Art Photographer Susanna Majuri
is known for her magical images. She uses water in her pictures as if it were paint. The result is not fiction but a new kind of reality. Words are her main source of inspiration. (Continues…)

“It’s actually quite annoying when you want to cut everything you see – but you can’t.” Riikka Fransila is an artist painting with scissors. She is also one of the creatives invited to take part at the current Our Scissors exhibition in Design Museum. (Continues…)

Sofia Järnefelt and Sami Havia are a creative couple with separate careers in fashion design and fine arts. They stand at the forefront of Finnish visual culture. The determined duo sees the future as exploring possibilities within technology to transform something familiar into something new and intriguing. (Continues…)

A refreshing and revitalizing shade, Greenery is symbolic of new beginnings. It has been selected as Pantone’s Color Of The Year 2017. (Continues…)

A fashion story by Eeva Suutari | Styles from Jussi-Pekka Ojala & Taneli Ukura. (Continues…)

Visual artist Josefina Nelimarkka works in a multidisciplinary way but comes from a painting background. “In some ways, painting seems to define my approach even though of contemporary art does not need those kind of categorisations. However, at times, these traditions, frames and contexts can be helpful, especially when you want to re-establish them. One might say it is an expanded painting practice but I view painting as a way of thinking.” (Continues…)

While Paris is renowned for its museums and galleries, it has been lacking in the creative, youthful, collaborative art spaces common to cities like Berlin. Now there’s a new type of gallery in the Paris art scene and it’s called The Community. (Continues…)