From political paintings to modern-day tattoos: We explore artist Akseli Gallen-Kallela’s great influence on Finnish society.
Sibelius, Gallen-Kallela and Halonen, all born in 1865, helped form the Finnish identity. Now two of them post on Facebook.
With Kiasma and the Helsinki Art Museum closed for renovations, we set out to discover some of the city’s other gems.
We talk to Baghdad-born Adel Abidin, who has been making art in Finland using an array of media for more than a decade.
Tove Jansson centenary: The immensely popular Moomins form just one facet of her versatile career in art and literature.
Finnish comics are gaining recognition abroad and the respect for Finnish education know-how extends to the field of comics as well.
What is life like for international artists in the picture-perfect Finnish landscape at the Arteles Creative Centre?
Dreams, utopias, homesickness: Photographer Vesa Oja’s Finglish reveals modern Finnish North America (slideshow, video).
Eija-Liisa Ahtila knows no boundaries. Helsinki’s Kiasma shows off an extensive collection of her work (watch video).
Marking her 150th birthday, Finnish museums honour Helene Schjerfbeck, a bold artist who was ahead of her time.
Around Helsinki, homes of historically prominent artists and other cultural figures offer art and scenic settings.
Slideshow: Photographer Aki-Pekka Sinikoski displays Finnish teenagers struggling on the threshold of independence.
Culture Gallery is a chic, interactive website that showcases the work of young, exciting Finnish artists and designers.
The Finnish comic scene is out to entertain, bemuse and show that it’s more than just superheroes.
Albert Edelfelt lived and painted in Paris for more than 15 years, becoming Finland's first cosmopolitan art icon.