Rauma Art Museum
Katri Paunu: TULVA – THE FLOOD
18.2. – 14.5.2023
Rauma-born sculptor Katri Paunu (b. 1993) is one of the most interesting emerging artists in material-based art. Ceramics combines Paunu’s love for architecture, painting and sculpture. Along with traditional forms of art, the artist is guided by a strong connection with nature.
TULVA – THE FLOOD is Katri Paunu’s first solo exhibition in a Finnish art museum. The exhibition has been curated by Rauma Art Museum chief curator Heta Kaisto.
Fish and fowl! exhibition opens to the public on June 10, 2023
The Rauma Art Museum celebrates in its summer exhibition “ Fish and fowl!” art and creativity that doesn’t fit into ready-made categories. The exhibition presents artists who create better worlds for themselves and the people around them. Artists who want to understand themselves and create a connection with another. Artists who record meanings in their time and make the history of the silent visible. The exhibition highlights classics of contemporary folk art, filmmakers as well as new talents of contemporary art.
The artists of the exhibition are Veli Granö, Paul Gustafsson, Tuula Huusko, Jan Kaila, Jori Tapio Kalliola, Alpo Koivumäki, Veera Kopsala, Aino Laiho & Olga Green, Chris Marker (FR), Jussi Nykänen, Juha Pesonen, Erkki Pirtola, Veijo Rönkkönen, Elis Sinistö, Kaarina Staudinger-Loppukaarre, K. Tschährä and Artur Zmijewski (PL).
The curators of the exhibition are Heta Kaisto, Raija Kallioinen, Helka Ketonen and Elina Vuorimies. In addition to the main exhibition spaces of the Rauma Art Museum, the courtyard and courtyard buildings are in use too. The exhibition is on display from 10 June 2023 to 29 October 2023.
Kuva: Alpo Koivumäki, kuvaaja Mirja Koivisto