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History of the evacuees at the Art Museum: “The Closed-down Village” and “Kannas (The Isthmus)” on display from January 25

In January, two perspectives on Karelia and its evacuation during the wars will be opened: Hanna Koikkalainen’s The Closed-down Village (Jan 25 – August 9) and Hanneriina Moisseinen’s Kannas (The Isthmus) (Jan 25 – August 9) explore Finnish military history by combining archives and contemporary art in their works. A photo installation on the evacuation history of Rauma will be built as part of the Koikkalainen exhibition.

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The Eino Valtonen Collection

Donated collection of Eino Valtonen (1890–1925) is permanently on display in the Art Museum’s Broman-hall. The works in the collection represent Finnish art and international influences at the turn of the 19th and 20th century. In the collection there are works by, among others, Elin Danielson-Gambogi, Albert Edelfelt, Akseli Gallen-Kallela, Pekka Halonen, Eero Järnefelt, Hjalmar Munsterhjelm, Jalmari Ruokokoski and Victor Westerholm.

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Anna Eriksson: M - The Rituals of a Lonely Bithch on display from September 5

The grotesque first movie M by artist Anna Eriksson (born in 1977, Rauma) was a sensational success at the international film festival in 2018. Eriksson made the movie mostly herself: she wrote the script and directed the movie and composed the music. In the movie, Eriksson plays the provocative role of M. In The Rituals of a Lonely Bitch Eriksson returns to the role of M. The exhibition consists of new art works, where Eriksson continues to explore the theme of sexuality and death by shattering the iconography of popular culture.

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