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Line of Life - From Jenny and Antti Wihuri Foundation Collection

Rovaniemi Art Museum Korundi, Rovaniemi

  • 9.10.2020–25.4.2021

The artworks in the collection of Jenny and Antti Wihuri Foundation are presented in an exhibition that tells about a person in the midst of change and personal encounter and about the space around us. The key works in the exhibition have been chosen by youth from Rovaniemi, who are involved in the Flow from Art project.

 

The works emphasize the fleeting moments of life, different emotional states, and experiences of presence and absence. As the name of the exhibition suggests, the common denominator for many works is a line that travels curly or straight, drawing a landscape, an emotional state, or the boundaries of our body.

What kind of atmosphere is conveyed from the quiet cityscape in Mauri Kuitula's painting, The Empty City? What about Hanna Westerberg's The Solar Bed? In Tiina Heiska's paintings, children, with backs turned draw the viewers into the space and moment, waiting for something to happen. Noora Schroderus, on the other hand, has depicted a tired state of mind in a warmly humorous way in her photographs, in which the artist sometimes lies on the floor of a gallery, art museum or studio. Pentti Kaskipuro, Essi Korva, Vesa-Pekka Rannikko and Pauliina Turakka-Purhonen also represent descriptions of childhood, youth and, for example, artistry.


Dream, space, erotica and hangover also have their own place in the exhibition. The closeness to the taste for life is emphasized, for example, in Senja Vellonen's series of watercolor paintings Harvest Season, and the mood of a long evening can be felt in Jani Hnninen's work The Morning After. A dark landscape, a nightmare or a hiding place can be represented by Leena Luostarinen's Winter Palace III and Anne Tompuri's Forest. In Mika Karhu's ink drawings, The Forgotten and Sleeping One, the character, barely visible, is like a bygone memory, or a dream.

The Flow from Art project is carried out in cooperation with Rovaniemi Outreach Youth Work.

Photo: Mika Karhu: Forgotten, 2018 (detail)

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Rovaniemi Art Museum Korundi
Korundi, Lapinkvijntie 4, 96100 Rovaniemi

(016) 322 2822

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Admission with Museum Card
Admission with Museum Card

Psymaksut 2019: 9/7/5, kausikortti 30
Psymaksut 2020: 10/8/6, kausikortti 35

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Mon Closed
Tue 11:00-18:00
Wed 11:00-18:00
Thu 11:00-18:00
Fri 11:00-18:00
Sat 11:00-16:00
Sun 11:00-16:00

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