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A is for Antiquarian bookshops

A is for Antiquarian bookshops

Working at home is the dream of many people, but those who’ve achieved it know that remote work can be a lonely endeavor. I therefore have often found the intellectual atmosphere of antiquarian bookshops more stimulating than the one at home or in a public library, and more peaceful than the crowded coffee shops. A big...

D is for Robert Delaunay

D is for Robert Delaunay

In December 2018, I was sitting in a crowded cafe along Vaasankatu with Marika Maijala, who was going into residency in Paris next month. “How do you picture Paris?”, I asked her. I was interested to know, if she already had some image of the city in her mind, and how would it feel...

F is for Foux Du Fafa

F is for Foux Du Fafa

Chapeau. Une Étude En Rouge. Joie. Luxe, Calme et Volupté. Les Ponts. Quelle Surprise. Zut alors.  One aim of the exhibition is to inspire new insights for those who find the French language foreign and difficult. Therefore, I am mixing different languages, English, French, Spanish and Finnish on purpose in this blog and in...