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Veikko Hirvimäki

5 June – 13 September

Wolves howl, a Moose King bursts into flower, rabbits come and go, multifaceted installations send messages, meanings, along with the joy of discovery and the understanding of woe when Veikko Hirvimäki’s jubilant wooden sculptures take-over the art museum.

This exhibition focuses on work made in the 2000’s, but the exhibition also shows how this artist, who is best known for his stone sculptures, began building things. Veikko Hirvimäki’s main building material is wood of which he uses every precious scrap.

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