Laura Boxberg, Director of the Institute voices the need for greater investment in the export and mobility of Finnish art and culture.
Taina Latvala’s Välimatka(2012) tells the bittersweet story of a mother-daughter trip from Synkkylä to Tenerife. This is what our book critic had to say about it.
A coming-of-age story set in the summer of 1927 in small-town Finland – let’s see what our resident book critic thought of it.
Described in the English publication as “the hair-raising mash-up of feminist X-Men, gothic fairy tale, family saga and biting social criticism”, let’s see what our in-house critic had to say.
The Institute team headed to Luxembourg, 7-8 December, to visit contemporary art spaces in the city and meet with key cultural practitioners.
We bring you a new series, the “FinnCultBlx Bookshelf” with Eeva-Maria Viitanen (Eppu), Our Head of Administration, as she reviews Finnish literature form the Institute bookshelves.