Works by Anna-Stina Treumund at the Queer Feminist Window Gallery MWG

Excerpt from a press release by MWG shared on facebook Winnetou by Anna-Stina Treumund Anna-Stina Treumund June 22 – August 31, 2015 at MWG, (Måndagsklubben window gallery) Hauhontie 6 B 5a, 00550 Helsinki, Finland The Queer feminist window gallery MWG ‘proudly presents the photograph exhibition of visual artist Anna-Stina Treumund…

Washing Line in the Colors of the Rainbow – a Community Project

Press release From the Washing Line by Ilar Gunilla Persson Washing Line in the Colors of the Rainbow, Nordic Tour Starts at Sápmi Pride in Karasjok, Norway, June 29-31, 2015 Statements against homophobia are needed as the political discussion is getting more aggressive. Washing Line is a community art project…

Stigma

Stigma. Press photo courtesy Heidi Lunabba. Heidi Lunabba in collaboration with Anne Pietarinen Stigma Photographs and installation Galleria Huuto, Jätkäsaari 2, Helsinki, Finland 23 January – 8 February 2015 Welcome to the opening on Friday 23.1 2015 at 8pm! Who invites cockroaches over for a sleepover? Who wants to go…

Finland: Jeppis Pride 2014

Photo from the series HETERO by Fredrika Bistöm Heidi Lunabba – Studio Vilgefortis Jeppis Pride 2014 at Galleri Gro, Campus Allegro, Runebergsgatan 8, 68600 Jakobstad, Finland Opening: July 25 at 18.00 – 20.00 hrs. Jeppis Pride 2014, a queer group exhibition. It runs from July 25 through August 16 2014…

Group Exhibition in Finland: Art is So Gay

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…

Finland: Cultural Dresscode Photo Shoot

Press release – translated by Feminine Moments Cultural Dresscode explores how different classes and social groups create their identity through different visual markers such as style and clothes. Can we see you class and social identity presented in the clothes which you are wearing? Cultura Dresscode photo shoot Glaspalatset Saturday…

Stockholm Pride: Studio Vilgefortis

If I were visiting the Stockholm Pride today (which unfortunately I am not) I would go to talk with Heidi Lunabba about her queer art project Studio Vilgefortis and face the fear of my own masculinity.

Heidi Lunabba: “Twins”

Clothes make the man – but what about the child? Visual artist Heidi Lunabba’s series Twins investigates how clothes and other visual emblems are used to accentuate and define a child’s gender.

Sauna Obscura Opens July 3 in Helsinki

  Sauna Obscura – floating sauna, camera, artwork, experience Sauna Obscura CANCELLED   We are sorry to inform you that Sauna Obscura in Töölöönlahti ssummer 2010 is cancelled due to unexpected sick leave. Next chance to enjoy Sauna in Sauna Obscura is next summer in Turku, European Capital of Culture…

Step Into A Camera

Camera Obscura – A Shippingcontainer Camera. Step in to a camera! Experience the city inside a camera obscura produced in cooperation between Ateneum Art Museum and the Finnish Museum of Photography.

Step In To A Camera!

Queer artist Heidi Lunababba writes: Welcome to the opening! – Tervetuloa avajaisiin!
May 6th5pm to 8pm, outside of Ateneum in the park facing Mikonkatu, Helsinki city centre in Finland. The Camera Obscura is outside of the museum, so you dont need to have the official invitation card to come!

Free Beards For Beardless People

Slideshow about queer artist Heidi Lunabba’s ‘Studio Vilgefortis’

Change your looks and gender identity for a day. Queer artist Heidi Lunabba from Finland make beards on beardless people in her ‘Studio Vilgefortis’.

Sweden: Queer Art Show And Queer Art Seminars In Umeå

Lost and Found – Queerying the Archive – an international group exhibition is comming to Umea, Sweden January 2010. And Bildmuseet and Umeå centrum för genusstudier will organize a couple of queer seminars, where you can me some of the visual artists.

Lost and Found – Queerying the Archive – Now in Copenhagen

Lost and found – Queerying the Archive, an international exhibition of queer art curated by Jane Rowley & Louise Wolthers. It is an exibition with film, installation art and photography private memories and experiences that surpass the usual barriers of gender and sexuality. The exhibition is about how history is…