As art is the only area in which adults are allowed to have fun today, she does not deprive herself of it. In any case, this is how the Finnish artist who has been practicing staged self-portraits for a quarter of a century, usually alone, but sometimes accompanied by her dog or, more recently by accomplices, presents her approach. She builds everything with a beautiful distance that in no way prevents a poetic vision, among others in the landscapes of her Scandinavia native or her adopted Burgundy. The landscape, in the different seasons, becomes a setting with ample breathing, a...
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