Tommi Musturi in Fumetto 2011

Tommi Musturi (FI)

Tommi Musturi is the integrative figure of Finnish comics. As an artist, he is as multifaceted in his work as he is as a cost of cialis with insurance publisher and curator. Musturi has had great impact on the aesthetics of an entire generation of artists in Finland. As a comics artist, illustrator and visual artist, he experiments with different styles in various artistic fields big mountain pharmacy canada and constantly reinvents himself. His intensity and his view of buy real viagra online an absurd but wonderful world are constants. Tommi Musturi won the cialis print ad third prize at the Fumetto competition in 2004. Now, Fumetto is giving insight into his oeuvre that is highly complex and possesses a genuine viagra strong cialis coupons presence. His comics and the visual arts are the focal points of the exhibition. www.tommimusturi.com

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Moomin exhibition at Belgian Comic Strip Center

Moomin exhibition at Belgian Comic Strip Center 02.03.2010 – 29.08.2010 Tove Jansson’s Dreamworld Popularised around the world through comic strips, the Moomin series is above all a rich and sensitive body of comic strip work, created by Tove Jansson (1914-2001), an essential Finnish illustrator and author. Initially published as novels, the Moomin stories appeared as comic strips in “Ny Tid” (1947-48) and in the” London Evening News” (1954-1959). The exhibition produced by the Belgian Comic Strip Center allows visitors to discover the world of a major twentieth-century lady author, with a rich and extravagant personality, served by a refined drawing style which continues to charm her readers in more than forty countries.

Finnish comics in St. Petersburg

In September 2009 in St. Petersburg International comics festival “Boomfest” will take place for the third time . The festival which has already become traditional will envelope several exhibition and public platforms of the city at the same time – museums and galleries, shops and cafes, streets and parks – the most interesting places of the historical centre of the city. Exhibitions will last all September. The festival itself, including rich program of meetings, master classes, lectures and performances with Russian and foreign artists participation as well as comics fair will take place since September, 25 till September, 27 and will be wide audience oriented.

Finnish comic artists showcasing at the Mocca Art fest

For the third time around, Finnish comic artists are taking part of the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art’s yearly comic festival Mocca Art Fest. Six Finnish artists will show their work at the event as part of the Nordic group. This year the organizers are also including special Scandinavian Comics 101 panel discussion as part of official festival program.

“Tell me more..” – International Comics Exhibition in Riga opens on February 7th 2009

On the 7th of February at 7 pm open the first international comics art exhibition in Latvia “Tell me more…”in Korpusu cehs (Andrejsala). The exhibition is organised by the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Arts (LCCA) and the comics magazine kuš! The exhibition will showcase artworks of 14 artists or artist collectives from France, Germany, Switzerland, Finland, Sweden, Slovenia, Netherlands and Latvia.

Finnish comics on display in Moscow Book Fair 2008

Finland will be a theme country at the 10th annual Moscow Book Fair Non/fiction from November 26th-30th. Two large exhibits will be on display throughout the weekend of the fair. “Sarjakuva – BD finlande” is an exhibit featuring the work of 25 comic book artists, which received a very positive response when it was exhibited over the summer in France, will now continue at the Moscow Book Fair in a new version produced by Kalervo Pulkkinen.
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