OOOOooooh mama! There is no city more Helsinki than Helsinki. And if you want to drink cream and eat diamonds we have something for you: The opening party of Finnish Teens (Too Cheap For Your Mom) is T.O.D.A.Y. Mikidimikidimäkdädi, this just drippidi dropped from kokidi Korea’s fakidi fax:
AKI-PEKKA SINIKOSKI: FINNISH TEENS (Too Cheap For Your Mom)
The opening exhibition at Gallery Kiseleff proudly presents Finnish photographer Aki-Pekka Sinikoski. Sinikoski is known as a multi-faceted portrait photographer. He has also worked as an arranger and curator of Helsinki Biennale since 2006. His exhibition Finnish Teens (Too Cheap For Your Mom) fills the gallery with a colourful, gently humorous but sensitive photo document about the lives of Finnish teenagers.
“We fear loneliness and getting rejected by our friends. We fear we are not good enough. The danger is that you give too much of yourself and just think about how to please others.”
-Viliina Kettunen, 17 years
The opening party starts June 7th 2012 at 5 pm at Kiseleff (Aleksanterinkatu 28, Helsinki). Be sure to be there on time because at 5:30 pm Finnish French duo Eva & Manu will play a live consert as a perfect soundtrack for the Finnish Teens. Please do yourself a favor and do not miss that one.
P.S. We will have a big webpage update here at the palace of Korea next week, so stay tuned!