Ars Fennica 2017 art award to Kari Vehosalo

The most prestigious art award in Finland, Ars Fennica, is awarded to painter Kari Vehosalo (b. 1982). The winner was chosen by Curator Beatrix Ruf. “While visiting his studio and…

Frame’s discussion series focuses on collectivity

Frame Espresso discussion series in 2018 focuses on the significance of collective practices in contemporary art amidst the societal transformations today. While austerity accelerates competition and the attention economy feeds…

Curators selected for the Helsinki International Curatorial Programme 2018

Frame Contemporary Art Finland and HIAP (Helsinki International Artist Programme) have announced their selection of four curators to participate in the Helsinki International Curatorial Programme (HICP) in 2018. Curators Ceci…

The Curatorial Program for Research announces its open call for 2018

The Curatorial Program for Research (CPR) is pleased to announce its open call for curators to participate in CPR 2018: Dimming the Northern Lights. In this program curators will travel…

Call for Frame Curatorial Fellowship with Manifesta biennial in Amsterdam

Frame Contemporary Art Finland launches in 2018 a new programme in support of professional development and mobility of curators based in Finland. Frame Curatorial Fellowships will include curatorial placements in…

The next event of the Frame Espresso Codependence series focuses on matters more than human

The third event of the Frame Espresso: Codependence series on Thursday November 30 focuses on matters more than human. It brings into dialogue artists, who challenge anthropocentric perspectives and practices…

Open call for the Pavilion of Finland at the Venice Biennale 2019

Frame Contemporary Art Finland invites proposals for the Pavilion of Finland at the 58th Venice Biennale in 2019. Frame Contemporary Art Finland is seeking project proposals for the Alvar Aalto…

Discussion on Saturday 18 November: Frame Espresso – Codependence II

Frame Espresso: Codependence series continues with a discussion addressing questions and artistic practices of decolonization, featuring artists Outi Pieski, Marja Helander and Pauliina Feodorff. The discussion is realized in collaboration…

Curating in Context: Katerina Gregos

Frame Contemporary Art Finland has the great pleasure to announce a lecture by Katerina Gregos, Chief Curator of the inaugural edition of The Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art to be…

Simmering together – a new mentoring programme for live art professionals began in Finland

This year marks the launch of Hautumo, a new mentoring programme for live art professionals working in Finland. The programme is organised by LADAF, Live Art Development Agency Finland (1),…