Kari Vehosalo

We Hope You Are OK, 2014
oil on canvas
138 x 190 cm

In private collection

KARI VEHOSALO (born 1982) is a philosopher and a craftsman. His works address power, its essence and structures, and how even unconsciously the social contract steers and restricts our way of being. Polite behaviour is usually a ritual devoid of content, but nonetheless required in order to pass as a human being.

Ultraviolence, 2018
oil on canvas
109 x 170 cm

In private collection

Wanderers IV, 2019
oil on copper
30 x 25 cm

In private collection

Suomenhevonen II, 2019-2020
oil on canvas
155 x 195 cm

In Heino Foundation Collection

Still Life I, 2018
oil on canvas
170 x 135 cm

In Saastamoinen Foundation collection

Matinee
8 Feb – 4 Mar 2018
installation view

Young Adults I (With Holbein’s Floating Skull), 2017
oil on canvas
200 x 150 cm

In Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art collection

Doppelgänger I, 2013
oil on canvas
160 x 196 cm

In Jenny and Antti Wihuri Foundation Collection

Something wicked this way comes (While Thinking of Marquis de Sade), 2012
oil on canvas
135 cm

In Heino Foundation Collection

Doppelgänger II, 2013
oil on canvas
190 x 148 cm

In HAM Helsinki Art Museum collection

Picture of Dorian Gray, 2013
oil on canvas
155 x 129 cm

In private collection

We hope you are OK
10 Apr – 11 May 2014

Salaisuus, 2011
oil on canvas
180 x 155 cm

In private collection

Selection of available works. For the full list, please contact galerie(at)anhava.com

Object I, 2018
oil on canvas
149 x 118 cm

Wanderers II, 2019
oil on copper
30 x 25 cm

Still Life IV (Metaphysics of Presence), 2018
oil on canvas
170 x 135 cm

Baroque Of Violence (Auto-Erotic Decapitation Of Jayne Mansfield), 2017
Oil on canvas
474 x 190 cm (in three parts)

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