Graduated from Aalto University, Master of Arts, 2013.
Recent 5 main activities (personal exhibitions, group exhibitions, concerts) are
"In Praise of Boredom", curation of group exhibition, Rauma Art Museum, Rauma, Finland, 2019
"Ruudt Peters: BRON", production and co-curation of solo exhibition, Design Museum, Helsinki, Finland, 2019
"Josef Frank - Architect and Designer", curation of exhibition, Design Museum, Helsinki, Finland, 2018
"Momentary Monuments", curation of group exhibition, Kilometer of Sculpture, Rakvere, Estonia, 2016
"Museum of Instability", curation of group exhibition, Helsinki University Museum, Helsinki, Finland, 2013
Anna Vihma (b. 1980) works as curator at the Design Museum Helsinki since April 2018. Before this, she acted as Head of Program at Frame Contemporary Art Finland, where she was in charge of the international visitor program as well as the production of the 2015 and 2017 projects for the Finnish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale. Her independent curatorial projects include the exhibitions In Praise of Boredom (Rauma Art Museum, 2019), Momentary Monuments (Rakvere, Estonia, 2016) and The Museum of Instability (The University Museum, Helsinki, 2011), among others.
As Curator at Design Museum Helsinki, I’m currently working on an exhibition concept looking into how traveling can act as a tool for a designer. Since the 1950’s, numerous Finnish and Nordic designers have chosen Japan as the faraway destination of their excursions; similarly, many Japanese designers and design students have traveled to the Nordic Countries. The exhibition Travel as a Tool examines this relationship and the extensive significance of travel in the development of design in these countries.
In Praise of Boredom, group exhibition, Rauma Art Museum, 2019, Artwork and photo: Sari Palosaari
Ruudt Peters: BRON, exhibition, Design Museum Helsinki, 2019, Photo: Jussi Tiainen
Josef Frank - Architect and Designer, exhibition, Design Museum Helsinki, 2018-2019, Photo: Katja Hagelstam
Museum of Instability, group exhibition, Helsinki University Museum, 2013, Photo: Teemu Lehmusruusu
Momentary Monuments, group exhibition, rakvere, Estonia, 2016, Artwork and photo: Hertta Kiiski