Raija Malka

11.06.2017

FIGARO 1917 – Mozart

ALANDICA HALL

Mariehamn, Åland

18.-21.8.2017

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Photo by Tiina Tahvanainen

 

18.05.2016

SPEL – modell och presentation

Café Skolan, Nötö

Åboland archipelago

18.6.-14.8.2016

RM Noto 0504167

03.04.2016

STILLEBEN

MASKINHALLEN / COPENHAGEN

30.1.-28.2.2016

23.01.2016

upcoming exhibition
STILLEBEN

 

MASKINHALLEN / COPENHAGEN

30.1. – 28.2.2016

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10.01.2016

VALOA! (LIGHT!)

LOKAL / Helsinki

10.1-28.2.2016

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29.09.2015

while the city sleeps

26.9. – 18.11. 2015

CAROLINE PAGÈS GALLERY / Lisbon

cpg podcasts #5: raija malka/Caroline Pagés

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model for TORMENT, 2015

15.04.2015

upcoming exhibition

October

Caroline Pagès Gallery – Lisbon

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12.06.2014

UPCOMING EXHIBITION
Gymnasion — Instituto Iberoamericano de Finlandia

Instituto Iberoamericano de Finlandia – Madrid

18.6.-14.8.2014

More information:

El escenario vital Gymnasion, de Raija Malka, se inaugura en Madrid
TAPAHTUMAT | Elämän pelikenttä Gymnasion avataan Madridissa

11.11.2013

Gymnasion

Raija Malka
Gymnasion
CAM – FUNDAÇÃO CALOUSTE GULBENKIAN
Centro de Arte Moderna
15.11.2013-26.1.2014

11.04.2013

UPCOMING EXHIBITION

UPCOMING EXHIBITION / CAM – FUNDAÇÃO CALOUSTE GULBENKIAN
Centro de Arte Moderna 14.11.2013-14.1.2014

28.10.2012

Tidelines at Borusan Music House, Istanbul

Upcoming exhibition/Tidelines at Borusan Music House, Istanbul
1.-28.11.2012
 
25.02.2012

Lisbon Story at Galleria AMA

3.3.-25.3.2012 Raija Malka at Gallery Ama

photo by Sara Magno

25.02.2012

Upcoming Exhibition / Teatro Municipal de Almada

Galeria – Teatro Municipal de Almada 30.6.-30.9.2012

14.09.2011

Ten Words and One Shot

TWAOS

02.08.2011

Upcoming Exhibition / Gallery Ama

3.3.-25.3.2012 Raija Malka at Gallery Ama

29.01.2011

Back in Lisbon

29.01.2011

Press for Tidelines

Tidelines was featured in national newspapers on 28.1.2011 : Huvudstadsbladet, Helsingin Sanomat and Turun Sanomat.

Other links: YLE and expatica.com

25.01.2011

Tidelines

Amin Maalouf, Raija Malka, Melek Mazici and Kaija Saariaho
28.01.2011 – 13.03.2011, Kiasma

A fusion of music, art and literature, Tidelines is a cross-disciplinary collaboration between three artists. The project was inspired by Amin Maalouf’s writings on the theme of identity. Raija Malka, Melek Mazici and Kaija Saariaho comment on Maalouf’s ideas, each using their own distinct artistic vocabularies. All three artists share the view that the self is not a single, coherent monolith but an amalgamation of many diverse and constantly shifting identities.
Each of the contributing artists has a cosmopolitan background: all move fluidly from one country and culture to another. Evoking many senses at once, Tidelines highlights Europe’s multilingualism and multiculturalism. The exhibition was organized in cooperation with WSOY. Finnish translations of Amin Maalouf’s books Leo Afrikkalainen (Leo the African) and Maailma järkkyy (The Dissolution of World Orders) were published in conjunction with the opening.

A tideline refers to the point where two currents converge in the ocean. The plural refers to driftwood, seaweed, foam and other floating debris that accumulates to form sinuous lines.

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