Dive into Finnish Modernism: Tyko Sallinen and Tove Jansson exhibitions in Helsinki Art Museum

Tyko Sallinen, Leppiä keväällä, Alder Trees in the spring, 1911, Courtesy of HAM, photo Hanna Riikonen.

With the current exhibitions focusing on the historic works of Tyko Sallinen and Tove Jansson, The Helsinki Art Museum HAM draws attention to modern Finnish art. Both exhibitions opened in January 27, 2017. Sallinen's exhibition will run until the Fall of this year, and Tove Jansson's frescos will remain on a permanent display in the museum. The exhibition of … Continue reading Dive into Finnish Modernism: Tyko Sallinen and Tove Jansson exhibitions in Helsinki Art Museum

Eero Saarinen’s TWA in Open House New York

(TWA-terminal) I am proud to be Finnish appreciating our architectural roots. Finnish-American Eero Saarinen's father Eliel Saarinen was an architect visioning Finland's future together with the architect partners Herman Gesellius and Armas Lindgren (the firm was established 1896). Architect-trio designed Finnish Pavilion for the World Expo in Paris is 1900s (Exposition Universelle). Finland, The Grand Duchy … Continue reading Eero Saarinen’s TWA in Open House New York