Rita Anttila | Elina Brotherus | Ulla Jokisalo | Aino Kannisto | Anni Leppälä | Kukka-Maria Rosenlund | Miia-Mari Virtanen
Opening: Friday, 29 June 2018, 6 to 9 pm
Exhibition: 30 June – 8 September 2018
Gallery Taik Persons proudly presents it’s upcoming group exhibition Reflections: From Here to There, a selection of six artists who have all been associated with the Helsinki School, spanning four generations beginning in 1995.
This exhibition is a very personal insight into how these artists translate and process their feelings and memories into their own rooms with a view.
Opening: 27 April 2018, 6 – 9 pm
Exhibition: 28 April – 23 Juni 2018
On the occasion of Gallery Weekend Berlin, Gallery Taik Persons has the privilege and pleasure to introduce Niko Luoma‘s most recent works in the exhibition Content is a Glimpse of Something.
The title of the show stems from an interview between Willem de Kooning and David Sylvester from 1960 unfolding the method by which the painter approached his paintings prior to and during the process of realizing them. Luoma, who uses one of de Kooning’s bronze sculptures Head #4 as a subject piece in the exhibition, was drawn to the title by this discussion because of his own fascination for the process of doing, specifically in how it utilizes the act of trial and error as a way to unleash the unexpected. Luoma‘s uniqueness is based around his system-based experiments where the negative becomes a record for its own realization, for the compositions of overlapping planes of color and dimensionality. In his most recent series Adaptations, he reinterprets masterpieces from art history, spanning his inspirations from Vincent van Gogh’s Sunflower series (1887–89) to the iconic swimming pool paintings by David Hockney from the 1960s.
Opening: 16 February 2018, 6 – 9 pm
Exhibition: 17 February – 21 April 2018
Gallery Taik Persons is highly pleased to present Riitta Päiväläinen with her solo exhibition River Notes.
Over the past two decades, Päiväläinen’s unique works have become internationally renowned through their idiosyncratic language and style based upon her deep sense for story-telling. Essentially, the visual imagery of Päiväläinen’s compositions can be boiled down to two elements: nature, and textiles. Combining nature and a poetic use of textiles, she creates a stage on which to reenact memories of their passing.