Finnish Institute in Germany was founded in 1994. It is located in the center of Berlin near Friedrichstrasse Station. The Institute works as a forum for Finnish culture, science and the economy in German-speaking Europe. It offers collaboration and networking and organizing various cultural events.
We gather together in Institute’s bright and modern exhibition space. Marimekko textiles in interior design and the Moomin topics on the wall make us feel at home. Our hostesses at the Institute welcome us in a friendly and warm way, and the sun broke through the clouds to add a bright atmosphere. We are meeting Emma Aulanko, Manager for Cultural Affairs, Anna Kondracka, Intern for Arts and Anna Saraste, Intern for Study & Internships abroad. They tell us about the exhibition which is currently on display. Soon ending exhibition “Buchstäblich” (Literally) presents photographs of the diversity of reading, and the Finnish typography.
The “Buchstäblich” is…
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