Editorial

From November to mid-January Kiasma provides a unique crossin point. Museum guests can decide whether they want to travel first to east or west. The route from the museum lobby takes the guests to metropolises of the Orient together with Asian contem porary artists. From the 4th and 5th floor a view opens up to Manhattan and the history of Minimalism. The exhibitions simultane ously offer beauty and personal manifestoes as well as strong masculinity and nonrepresentativeness.

This magazine presents many art world actors who have made it possible to organise international art excursions like FULL HOUSE and Drawn in the Clouds exhibitions. In addition to artists and art lovers, collectors, museums, exhibition constructors, museum staff, conservators, curators, sponsors and critics are also needed.

It is worthwhile to follow the example of the art critic Kim Levin’s exhibition. Good notes preserve memories from travels for future generations.

- Kaija Suni