Anu Tuominen: Tomorrow today will be yesterday

Helsingin Taidehalli 18.1.–1.3.2020

The Finnish Art Society produces Anu Tuominen’s (b. 1961) exhibition in 2020. The exhibition will feature a pick of her popular classics alongside a selection of newer works. Tuominen is known as one of Finland’s leading conceptual artists and as an artist who resurrects discarded items salvaged from flea markets.

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Paul Osipow Helsingin Taidehalli 26.1.–24.3.2019

The Paul Osipow (b. 1939) retrospective presents an impressive cross-section of works by one of Finland’s leading painters. The Kunsthalle exhibition features Osipow’s geometrical and free-form abstract paintings as well as his still life compositions, female figures and other figurative classic motifs spanning from the 1960s to the present day.

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EGS – Writing My Diary Helsingin Taidehalli 13.1.–25.2.2018

EGS (1974, Helsinki) is remarkable not simply because he has painted all over the world; over five continents and more than forty countries from Bucharest to Buenos Aires and Shanghai to Santiago. He has also painted with everyone from all over the world; from Ket to Lodek, Rainman to Risk, Petro to Pike and Honet to Hes. In recent years, he has successfully expanded his artistic range into more traditional artforms, such as sculptures and works in ink.

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Grönlund–Nisunen: Grey Area Helsingin Taidehalli 28.1.–5.3.2017

Tommi Grönlund’s and Petteri Nisunen’s exhibition showcases the artist duo’s production from the past two decades. Balancing between art and science, the two artists play with physical phenomena such as gravity, magnetism and light. Sound offers another important dimension to their work.

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Jussi Heikkilä: Observationes Helsingin Taidehalli 23.1.–13.3.2016

Jussi Heikkilä does not cease to surprise. The retrospective exhibition portrays works by the pioneering Finnish conceptual artist from the four past decades. Included are also some brand new works.

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Esko Männikkö – Time Flies. A Highlight

Finnish Art Society’s exhibition Esko Männikkö – Time Flies goes on an international tour: Italy, The Netherlands, Sweden.

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Helena Hietanen, Jaakko Niemelä: Chaos & Beauty Helsingin Taidehalli 24.1.–8.3.2015

The year 2015 in Kunsthalle Helsinki begins with a show of light and shadow that extends all the way to the building’s exterior. The common theme in the art of Helena Hietanen and Jaakko Niemelä is light. The exhibition includes landmark works as well as audience favourites from the careers of both artists.

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Esko Männikkö: Time Flies Helsingin Taidehalli 18.1.–2.3.2014

Photographer Esko Männikkö’s retrospective exhibition brings together an unprecedented number of his works ranging from the early 1980s to the present.

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Leena Luostarinen: Tiger Drawer Helsingin Taidehalli 12.1.–3.3.2013

Sphinxes, ibises, lotuses – and feline beasts, of course. Leena Luostarinen’s long-awaited retrospective exhibition includes classic pieces as well as surprises from the artist’s career spanning 40 years.

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Elina Merenmies: Secret Joy Helsingin Taidehalli 21.1.–4.3.2012

The horrible and the comical merge in the works of Elina Merenmies. The works of Elina Merenmies tell fascinating stories about the world, showing how everyday things can […]

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Pekka Kauhanen: The Hound, the Boy and the Snowman Helsingin Taidehalli 29.1.–13.3.2011

The sculptor Pekka Kauhanen is at Kunsthalle Helsinki, creating worlds that tempt us to hilarious interpretations, worlds that at the least cannot be accused of being humourless or narrow-minded.

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