Highlighting the artistic landscape of the Baltic

The first edition of Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art (RIBOCA1) will open to the public in the Latvian capital on the 2nd of June. The theme of the biennial,…

Meet the Curator: Adwait Singh and Isabel de Sena

Welcome to the second Meet the Curator discussion of 2018 on Tuesday June 12th. The public event will introduce the practices and current research of curator in residence Adwait Singh,…

Helsinki Art Institutions for Equality

Major Helsinki art institutions have come together to build strategies for ensuring diversity, anti-racism, gender equality, sustainability and labor rights in their practices. Through this joint effort the participating institutions…

Miracle Workers Collective to represent Finland at the 2019 Venice Biennale

In 2019 the Pavilion of Finland at the 58th Venice Biennale will host the Miracle Workers Collective (MWC). The MWC is formed and informed by artists, filmmakers, writers, intellectuals, performers,…

Meet the Curator: Ceci Moss and Rob La Frenais

Welcome to the first Meet the Curator discussion of 2018. This May, curator in residence Ceci Moss, at HICP – Helsinki International Curatorial Programme and freelance curator Rob La Frenais will…

Jussi Koitela has been selected as Frame’s new Head of Programme

Curator Jussi Koitela has been selected as the new Head of Programme for Frame Contemporary Art Finland starting from August 15th. The Head of Programme is in charge of managing…

Discussion on Thursday 3 May: Frame Espresso – Collectivity and value(s)

Art is always changing, and institutions should be able to adapt to the conditions of artistic production – the small or midsize art centre plays an important role in its…

Conversation on Thursday 19 April: Maija Luutonen & Andrew Berardini

Welcome to join artist Maija Luutonen in conversation with writer and curator Andrew Berardini at Kiasma, Studio K, on Thursday April 19th from 5-6 pm. The event is open to…

Lecture on Wednesday 18 April: Curating in Context – Natasha Ginwala

Welcome to the discussion held at the Helsinki Art Museum HAM (seminar room, Eteläinen Rautatiekatu 8) where independent curator Natasha Ginwala will give a public talk on Wednesday 18 April from…

Interns gain experience of working in the contemporary art world

In March Frame welcomed two new interns. Currently studying Art History at University of Helsinki, communications intern Sara Järvi graduated from Turku School of Economics with Marketing as her major last…