BLACK is the darkest of colors, it is the absence of all colors of light but also an exhaustive combination of several pigments…
Excerpt of press release by Photographic Gallery Hippolyte Laura Lilja PHILOSOPHIAE ABSURDUS PRINCIPIA OECONOMICA Vol. II 2.-25.5.2014 Photographic Gallery Hippolyte Yrjönkatu 8–10 (courtyard), 00120 Helsinki, Finland Open: Tue–Fri 12–17, Sat–Sun 12–16 Opening at the end of the first exhibition day, Friday 2 May 2014, 5–7 p.m. Welcome! Currently mankind annually…
Queer artist Laura Lilja (Finland) invites you to the opening of NO TRICKS on Thursday, August 4, 5-7 pm at MUU Galleria, Helsinki, Finland
Installation views from Laura Lilja’s exhibition Black On White at Titanik-galleria, Itäinen Rantakatu 8,Turku, Finland, 7.1. – 30.1.2011.
7.1. – 30.1.2011 Laura Lilja: Black On White in Titanik Gallery, Turku, Finland
Laura Lilja talks about her Freak-installations: “The queer project ‘Freak’ is one of my most successful installations. The starting point of this series of installations is my own experiences in the Finnish school system.
Laura Lilja is a queer multimedia artist based in Finland. She earned her Master of Arts from University of Art and Design in Helsinki, Finland in 2004. On March 10, 2010 at 19:30 hrs Århus Kunstbygning, Århus, Denmark, will be screening Laura’s art videos ‘Res publica’.
I have updated Feminine Moments index of lesbian art links with links to the portefolios the following queer female artists from Finland: Painter Viva Granlund , Anna-Liisa Kankaanmäki , Katariina Katla and sculptors and installation artists Anne Koskinen and Laura Lilja. I hope that you enjoy their portfolios.
Dear Reader I hope that you have had a nice Summer Solistice last week. Along with the summer come a lot of pride events, some queer exhibtions, art festivals and holidays for most of you. I’ll be in Berlin July 24 – 30 for the 2nd International Queer Tango Festival….
Art is So Gay opens on June 26, 2012 at the Forum Box gallery in Helsinki, Finland. This mixed group exhibition will run through July 22, 2012. Emmi Kattelus writes: “The ‘Art is So Gay’ exhibition will present an uniquely wide selection of contemporary art as a part of Helsinki…