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Here are some photos of the preparations for my upcoming solo exhibition Unelma kaupungista (Vision of a City) in Galleria Aarni. The show will open August 17th 2012. Welcome!

Cutting paper
Cutting paper

Lighting arsenal
Lighting arsenal

More paper
More paper

Here’s the painting I did for Mänttä Art Festival curated by Ilona Valkonen with a clear vision. The show is called Löytäjä saa pitää (Finder’s Keepers) and it’s definitely worth visiting. It’s on until 31.8.2012. Click on the images to see the whole piece.

Path, 2012
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Path, 2012
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Path, 2012
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Photos: Heikki Vesterinen and Tatu Tuominen, 2012

Thanks to Miko, Risto and Tiina for the help!

Preparing for Mänttä Art Festival.

Detail of a painting
Detail of a painting, Photo: Tatu Tuominen, 2012
Action
Action, Photo: Heikki Vesterinen, 2012
Helsinki Art Museum Meilahti

The exhibition showcases new acquisitions of the Helsinki Art Museum from 2007 to 2011. Over 50 works from 24 artists.

Welcome to my show Vierain silmin – With Strange Eyes in the Studio of The Lönnström Art Museum in Rauma, Finland. The show is running from November 16th until December 11th 2011. There you can find a large collection of my recent works.

Mittakaavaa etsimässä Liisa Vartiainen

Muistin linnakkeet -näyttelyn arvio Hämeen Sanomissa 9.10.2011

A review of Castles of Memory in Hämeen Sanomat 9th October 2011

Mittakaavaa etsimässä - -Liisa VartiainenKlikkaa kuvaa suurentaaksesi arvion – Click on the image to enlarge the review

Here are some installation photographs of mine and Shoji Kato’s Castles of Memory -exhibition which is up and running until October 25th in GalleriaKONE, Hämeenlinna.

Photos by Shoji Kato.

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Right now I’m preparing for a duo exhibition entitled Castles of Memory – Muistin linnakkeet with Shoji Kato at GalleriaKONE in Hämeenlinna. The show will feature our new body of works from October 1st to October 23rd, 2011. You are all most welcome to the opening reception with the presence of the artists on 30th of September from 6-8pm.

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Ars Auttoinen - Suomi Finland

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Tervetuloa Suomi Finland -näyttelyyn Ars Auttoisiin!

Welcome to Suomi Finland -exhibition in Ars Auttoinen!

Tatu Tuominen‘s and Tuomas Laitinen‘s Museum of Oblivion -exhibition at Art + Shanghai has come to an end. Below there’s a few of many reviews covering the show.

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Under Works section you can find images of Museum of Oblivion which is currently being exhibited in Art + Shanghai Gallery in Shanghai, China.

Museum of Oblivion (I–IV), 2011.

Museum of Oblivion is a group exhibition with new work from Finnish artists, Tatu Tuominen and Tuomas Laitinen. The show presents adiscussion on the position of humans in their present environment. The artworks cover various medias and installations that escape from the realm of art to approach life.

We belong to a time where the frequency and intensity of natural disasters seems to have significantly increased during the past few decades. Massive flooding, prolonged droughts, enormous hurricanes, super tsunamis and giant earthquakes have all have become familiar headlines. But as these events intensify so does our capacity to recuperate and move on. It is not so much an apathetic insensitivity but rather a normal and necessary requirement of living in present reality, which allows us to desensitize tragedy. What is shocking is our increasing ability to benefit from it.

New works from the artists will include light-boxes made from surveillance images from North American border crossings; random moments and non- descript landscapes recreated from handmade mixed-media paintings and a series of dioramas of post-disaster sites.

Museum of Oblivion stands somewhere between an anthropological study of our immediate history and a humorous (albeit dark) interpretation of the present human condition. What we observe in these works is something immutable, which ultimately moves us towards a daze, sealed under a thin layer of illusion, and waiting to explode.

Join us for the exhibition opening on January 11th at 7pm with an after-party and electronic music performance by Moby Dictator to follow at 10pm. Location to be announced.

Participating Artists:

Tuomas Laitinen

Born 1976 in Helsinki, Tuomas Laitinen is a visual artist who works with various media including light boxes, light installations, video, printmaking, and is also a well-known electronic musician in Europe. His artwork is connected to pre-cinema devices and various narrative structures. Tuomas holds an MA from the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts. Recently he has exhibited at the Paulo Foundation, Gothenburg Art Hall, Helsinki City Art Museum, Riga Art Space, MoCA Shanghai and in Museum of Contemporary Art, Kiasma, Helsinki.

Tatu Tuominen

Born 1975 in Helsinki, Tatu is a visual artist whose works mix painting, photography, and graphic arts and explore the issues of memory in random moments. His working process resembles the structure of the memory: something remembered changes when reminiscing, and a part of it is lost beyond recall. What remains are the imprints outlined in nostalgia. Tatu received his Master’s Degree from the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts in 2006. Most recently he exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, Helsinki; MoCA Shanghai; the Kluuvi Gallery of the Helsinki Art Museum; the Pori Art Museum; and the Finnish Institute in Stockholm.

Exhibition Duration: January 8th to March 6th, 2011 / 2011 01/08-03/06

Opening Reception: 6pm January 11th, 2011 / 2011/01/11 6:00

Participating Artists: Tatu Tuominen and Tuomas Laitinen

Art + Shanghai Gallery

Helsingin Sanomat, Uusia kuvia vanhoilla mausteilla
Helsingin Sanomat, Uusia kuvia vanhoilla mausteilla

Klikkaa / Click

Museum of Oblivion

Series of four dioramas in collaboration with Tuomas Laitinen titled Museum of Oblivion .  The work will be exhibited in January-March 2011 at Art+Shanghai gallery, Shanghai, China.

Taiteilijat 2010 -kutsu

Kaksi teostani on mukana Taiteilijat 2010 -näyttelyssä Tampereella Taidekeskus Mältinrannassa 30.10.-23.11.2010. Tervetuloa!

Two of my works are exhibited in Artists 2010 -exhibition in Tampere in Mältinranta Artcenter 30.10.-23.11.2010. Welcome!

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Tatu

Welcome to tatutuominen.com. Here you will find the works and writings of Tatu Tuominen, visual artist.