Deus Protector Noster, 04.09.2001


Am anderen Ende der Leine

Galerie Anhava, Helsinki, Finland, 3 – 27 November 2022

Vexi Salmi ja ystävät – muistonäyttely

Hämeenlinna Art Museum, Hämeenlinna, Finland, 25 November 2022 – 23 October 2023


Salo Art Museum, Salo, Finland, 24 September 2022 – 8 January 2023

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Selected Works from Galerie Anhava Artists

Galerie Anhava, Helsinki, Finnland, 25 March – 11 April 2021


Galerie Werner Klein, Cologne, Germany, 17 February – 20 March 2021

The attraction of a group exhibition lies in the coexistence of many different works of art. It is precisely in the comparison, in seeing them together, that specific artistic modes of expression are revealed to the viewer particularly well in the current exhibition, and at the same time general questions emerge. What are the concepts behind the works? What strategies are employed in their realization? What is the significance of chance in the process of finding a picture, and what is the significance of precisely following self-imposed rules? How do the artists balance emptiness and fullness?


Korundi, Rovaniemi Art Museum, Rovaniemi, Finland, 9 October 2020 – 25 April 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.

Hän (She/He/They)

Galerie Anhava, Helsinki, Finland, 28 November – 20 December 2019

Anne Koskinen has now made a series of torsos whose main message is the acceptance of diversity and difference — like in public swimming baths, where people of all shapes, children and the elderly, men, women and others can swim about in the same water, accepted by themselves and others. The works in the Underground space in the basement take as their starting point the fact that the gallery is in the building where Touko Laaksonen, Tom of Finland, lived.

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