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  • Museum of the History of the Polish Jews: Opening Festivities

    Museum of the History of the Polish Jews: Opening Festivities

    The Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw opened its doors to the public in spring 2013. The Museum is celebrating the opening of core exhibition of the museum from 28th to 30th October, 2014. The exhibition illustrates the thousand-year history of Polish Jews. As a parallel event, the Laituri gallery of Helsinki ... Read More »
  • Unmediated Alvar Aalto at Vitra Design Museum

    Unmediated Alvar Aalto at Vitra Design Museum

    Vitra Design Museum, in collaboration with the Alvar Aalto Museum, hosts a major retrospective exhibition dedicated to the legendary Finnish architect Alvar Aalto until 1st March 2015. Arianna Callocchia from Italy writes about the Alvar Aalto – Second Nature exhibition and discusses its contents and objectives. Arianna Callocchia: Why did you decide to host ... Read More »
  • Images from a vanishing factory

    Images from a vanishing factory

    The Centre for Creative Photography, based in Jyväskylä, has for already 25 years promoted photography and the networking of photographers both in Finland and internationally. The anniversary exhibition presents five photographers’ interpretations of the significance of a paper industry area in Tourujoki in Jyväskylä and its transformation into a new ... Read More »
  • The User – a Thousand-Headed Monster?

    The User – a Thousand-Headed Monster?

    Antti Pirinen, who recently finished his doctor of arts degree at Aalto University, School of Arts, Design and Architecture, His dissertation entitled Dwelling as Product: Perspectives on Housing, Users and the Expansion of Design (Aalto ARTS Books 2014) argued that dwelling increasingly resembles other industrial products and as such, should be approached as a composite adaptive product embedded ... Read More »
  • Nordic ID exhibition toured to Latvian Museum of Architecture

    Nordic ID exhibition toured to Latvian Museum of Architecture

    Nordic ID – Contemporary Nordic Architecture is an exhibition which was first produced by Project Baltia for the 3rd Moscow Architecture Biennale in 2012. The exhibition showcases selected projects from Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Estonia and Norway – five projects from each country – that somehow express contemporary regional identity. The 25 Nordic IDs have now been ... Read More »