Four Finnish visual artists from the younger generation – Aurora Reinhard, Pilvi Takala, Erkka Nissinen and Hans Rosenström – have been invited to participate in The Invisible Lady exhibition, which is included in the Helsinki Festival 2013 programme. The exhibition deals with themes such as identity and role-play, and asks how do people blend into their environment without losing their contours. How do you become visibly invisible?
To accompany the exhibition the museum has published a trilingual catalogue with presentations of the exhibiting artists and The Stina Krook Foundation. Designers Klaus Aalto and Jaakko Pesonen are responsible for the exhibition architecture as well as the graphic design of the catalogue.