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Past exhibitions

2020

Inka Bell: Passage

24.11.2020-20.6.2021
HAM gallery

The works in the exhibition are multidimensional studies of coloured surfaces clashing and the various ways in which they are organised.

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Tove Jansson: Ennen naamiaisia, 1943 / Kuva: HAM/Yehia Eweis

Lallukka – Life in the Home of Artists

13.11.2020-24.10.2021
HAM

The works selected for the exhibition tell the story of the Artists’ Home, while also providing broader views of the phenomena in art and society.

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Perttu Saksa: Valkoinen Kaari, 20192020 / Kuva: Perttu Saksa

Perttu Saksa – White Arc

13.11.2020-25.7.2021
HAM mix

In the White Arc exhibition, Saksa focuses on portraying how the essences of the objects emerge.

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Kuva: Dylan Ray Arnold

Dylan Ray Arnold & Océane Bruel: The Slow Business of Going,

6.10.-15.11.2020
HAM gallery

The sculptural collaboration of Dylan and Océane connects to states of excitement and weariness.

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Yksityiskohta teoksesta Lykkääjä, vesiväri kankaalle, 2020. Kuva: Lotta Pasila

Hemmo Siponen: Causers

15.8.-27.9.2020
HAM gallery

The works in the exhibition are frozen in positions where change has ceased to flow, and as such they cause indeterminacies that take place elsewhere. 

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Gustafsson&Haapoja: Museum of Nonhumanity, 2016 (näyttelynäkymä) / Kuva: Terike Haapoja

Gustafsson&Haapoja: Museum of Becoming

2.6.2020-17.1.2021
HAM

Museum of Becoming on kolmen teoksen kokonaisuus, jossa etsitään uudenlaisia tapoja ajatella ihmistä.

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Enni Suominen: Mortarium, 2020 / Kuva: Enni Suominen

Enni Suominen: Mortarium

2.6.-9.8.2020
HAM gallery

The installation by Enni Suominen centres around small fresco paintings.

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Vilho Lampi: Omakuva, 1932 (yksityiskohta) / Turun taidemuseo. Kuva: Kari Lehtinen

Vilho Lampi

14.2.-18.10.2020
HAM

This exhibition presents Lampi’s key works from the 1920s and 1930s.

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Corinna Helenelund: The Backyard on the Seventh Floor

21.1.-8.3.2020
HAM gallery

The Backyard on the Seventh Floor is a space in-between, a mental balcony, not inside, not outside but an inner outside.

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