Join us on Sunday 17 November at 2pm for the Gallery Talks event. Anna Estarriola will give a talk about her work and the Hideouts exhibition at the gallery. Please notice that the event will be in English. Warmly welcome!
Heini Aho and Santeri Tuori take part in the When is now? exhibition at the Wäinö Aaltonen Museum of Art in Turku. The themed exhibition explores the concept of time, how time is experienced and manifested, featuring works by 14 artists.
When is now? opens on 11 October 2019 and is on view until 19 January 2020.
Image: Heini Aho, Everyday Revolutions, 2018
The artist duo Grönlund-Nisunen showcases two installations as part of the Rijeka 2020 European Capital of Culture project, organised by the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rijeka, Croatia. The installations Time Slip and Imminence have been created in collaboration with Croatian artist Ivana Franke, and will open to the public on 11 October 2019.
Situated underneath the Titov Trg, the site-specific light installation Time Slip examines the topics of water, memory, and continuity of time, modifying the stream of the Rjecina river. Imminence, exploring the elements of water, light and sound, is on view on the ground floor of the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art.
Imminence is open until March 2020 and Time Slip will be on view throughout 2020.