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ROBERT DOISNEAU - MY PARIS

9 June – 27 Aug 2017

French master of black and white photography Robert Doisneau (1912–1994) wandered the Paris streets with his camera, recording to film the life of city residents. The results are charming and often playful snapshots that pay tribute to the everyday wonders.

TYKO SALLINEN
15 Sep 2017 – 7 Jan 2018

Tyko Sallinen (1879–1955) was a famous forerunner of Finnish modernism and expressionism. During 1910's his brushstrokes became particularly expressive at the same time when he also caused the first controversies in Finnish modernism with his works Pyykkärit (‘Washerwomen’) and Hihhulit (‘Fanatics’). The vivacious celebration of colour later changed to more broken, earthy tones but the form remained strong, particularly in his depiction of people. The exhibition is organised in cooperation with HAM Helsinki Art Museum.

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EMMA HELLE: LA PASSION SELON ÈVE
9 June – 27 Aug 2017

The exuberant works of Emma Helle challenge conventional ideas of sculpture and femininity by employing a gaze that moves with equal facility in the history of art as well as vernacular and ecclesiastical imageries. The ruggedly sculpted forms are mostly made of wood and coarse-grained, sandy clay.

JOHANNA KETOLA
15 Sep – 12 Nov 2017      

NOORA SCHRODERUS
17 Nov 2017 – 7 Jan 2018

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HALIL ALTINDERE: WONDERLAND
9 June – 27 Aug 2017

Halil Altindere’s Wonderland (2013) makes use of the conventions of music videos and hip hop culture to give voice to angry and frustrated youths living in the Sulukule Roma district in Istanbul. The rhimes of the hip hop group Tahribad-ı isyan comments on gentrification of the district, inequality, resistance and hope – in language that rattles even the authorities.

MARKO TURUNEN
15 Sep – 12 Nov 2017        

MARJO LEVLIN
17 Nov 2017 – 7 Jan 2018

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