Heli Hiltunen

An Opening Amidst a Thicket, 2018
acrylic, oil, ink and graphite on canvas
200 x 180 cm

HELI HILTUNEN’S (b.1960) works – paintings, collages and photographs – are entities of sensory perception and the memory, understanding and replication of seeing. They are combined and linked by viewing, remembering and the aim of creating a joint interface for the artist and the viewer. Her works may be exuberant and succulent or highly reduced, but they all have in common beauty and a yearning for it.

Thank God, I’m Beginning to Be Delivered of My Melancholy
29 October – 22 November 2020
installation view
photo: Jussi Tiainen

From the series The Words Continued to Carry Their Voice (Epitaphs) 13, 2020
pigment print, serigraphy on glass
51 x 51 cm

From the series From Here to Here 7, 2009-2020
oil on canvas
53x43cm

Thank God, I’m Beginning to Be Delivered of My Melancholy
29 October – 22 November 2020
installation view
photo: Jussi Tiainen

From the Series Is It Morning or Evening? 1, 2020
acrylic and ink on canvas
70 x 60 cm

The Northern and Southern Hemisphere, 2020
pigment print, pencil
66,5 x 66,5 cm

Now I Hear What I Once Saw, 2018
acrylic and ink on canvas
200 x 180 cm

Cover versions of old songs (Les confidences d’amour), 2018
oil on paper
47 x 35 cm

Imagined Domicile 3, 2018
oil and silk screen on canvas
52 x 41 cm

Imagined Domicile 5, 2018
oil on canvas
62 x 62 cm

Wind Nest (Shelter for the Unsheltered), 2016
pigment print
79 x 123 cm

Se minne aioit, ei ole enää sama, 2015
oil on canvas
81 x 70,5cm

Fading Shadow of All That Happened, 2016
oil on canvas
2 x 260 x 200 cm

The Somnambulist, 2018
pigment print, spray paint, sandblasted glass
83 x 164 cm

Summer Night Studies IV, I Borrowed an Objective from You, 2015
archival pigment print
41 x 41 cm
edition of 5

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