On view October 1- October 30, 2022, in the Lindholm Gallery
Featuring works by: Annika Dahlsten, Annette Hammaren, Sanna Horvath, Katri Ikävalko, Petra Kallio, Sirkku Ketola, Miina Laine, Minna Maija Lappalainen, Lotta Leka, Teija Lehto,
Jone Mutka, Erkki Nampajärvi, Taru Salonen, Katja Syrjä, Laura Tahvanainen, Tiina Vainio and Hanna Varis
Määränpää translates to destination
Määränpää showcases works by members of the Turku Printmakers Association, a regional artist organization in Southern Finland. Founded in 1933, their collective provides space to over 100 artists, operating a member-based printmaking studio in
downtown Turku, as well as Gallery Joella, located along the iconic Aura River. Seventeen members from their organization have been selected to provide a comprehensive sampling of their vibrant creative community. While many of these artists demonstrate expertise in traditional print processes such as woodblock printing, etching, and lithography, others utilize innovative approaches through materials and techniques. This exhibition is part of a wider exchange between print communities in Finland and the US; an exhibition of seven American artists was featured at Gallery Joella in June-July of this year.
This project has been funded by a grant from the Finnish Cultural Foundation to showcase how versatile the medium is and to celebrate the ways printmaking cultivates community/common ground among artists across vast distances.
Photo Restriction: Photography allowed in the exhibition (no flash, no tripods)
Touch Restriction: Non-touch exhibition
Exhibition Language(s): English
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