Exhibitions of Luuppi

7.2.2017–11.3.2018
Man versus Animal
SCIENCE CENTRE TIETOMAA | Can you jump longer than a flea? Can you see as well as a snake? This exhibition focusing on biology explores the human senses and physique and compares the abilities of human beings and various animals in different situations.
14.9.2017–4.2.2018
Flowers and Angels
NORTHERN OSTROBOTHNIA MUSEUM | Flowers and Angels showcases the work of artists from Ostrobothnia who worked in the vernacular tradition of visual art. The exhibition is based on the studies of researcher and conservator Marko Kasto.
2.12.2017–6.1.2019
The Hype in the Arctic Silicon Valley
OULU MUSEUM OF ART | The Oulu technology boom peaked twenty years ago. Between the 1960s and the 1990s, the town turned into one of Finland's most important centres of information technology. The new exhibition tells the story of this intense period by combining fact and fiction.

Coming this year!

27.1.–25.3.2018
For the Love of Freedom
OULU MUSEUM OF ART | Graffiti is here to stay – get used to it! Finland's biggest museum exhibition to date focusing exclusively on graffiti has street attitude. Curated by graffiti artist Jouni ‘Psyke’ Väänänen, For the Love of Freedom showcases approximately twenty powerful voices, including Oulu-based graffiti artists and the German artist Claudia ‘MadC’ Walde, one of the international top names of graffiti art.
15.4.–2.9.2018
The Modern Woman
The Modern Woman, produced by the Ateneum Art Museum and the Finnish National Gallery, focuses on four important artists who worked in the early 20th century: Helene Schjerfbeck (1862–1946), Ellen Thesleff (1869–1954), Sigrid Schauman (1877–1979) and Elga Sesemann (1922–2007). The exhibition, consisting of works from the collections of the Ateneum, focuses on the role of the modern woman amidst the social, political and cultural changes of the era.
15.4.–2.9.
Anni Kinnunen – The Great Escape
OULU MUSEUM OF ART | The Great Escape is a story of how human beings have gradually become alienated from nature, how the landscape has turned into a stage, and how humanity has become role play. The Oulu-based photographer Anni Kinnunen is often in front of her own camera.
26.9.2018–13.1.2019
Naturally Anni Rapinoja
Visual artist Anni Rapinoja is part of Hailuoto like the bark is part of pine, or the ferry part of the island. Rapinoja has taken Hailuoto – or, more precisely, her close colleagues the plants, the animals, the soil and the sea of Hailuoto – to the international stage since early 1990s.