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Humans – Miniartextil opens in Montrouge, Paris

Humans, the 15th edition of contemporary textile art exhibition Miniartextil in Montrouge, Paris, opened 6th February. The exhibition is open every day from 12.00 to 19.00, until 24th February 2019. Le Beffroi – 2, Place Emile Cresp, 92129 Montrouge. Metro 4, Maries de Montrouge. Free entrance. www.ville-montrouge.fr

Pia Männikkö: Déjà Vu, 2019Pia Männikkö: Déjà Vu, 2019, hand painted ink on tulle fabrics.

Connaissance des arts -magazine´s article about Miniartextil in February 2019 issue:

Connaissance_des_arts__Miniartextil_2019

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Enlightenment

ENLIGHTENMENT is a group exhibition featuring artists Anne Roininen, Pia Männikkö and Heidi Saramäki. It is based on a light art master class for professional artists that was held at Liminka Art School in June 2018. ENLIGHTENMENT is part LUX Helsinki festival programme.

Muu Kaapeli Gallery, Tallberginkatu 1, Helsinki, Finland. Open: 4.-9.1. 10 am – 10 pm, 10.-11.1. 10 am – 7 pm and 12.-13.1. 12 pm – 4 pm.

Pia Männikkö: Expedition, 2019Pia Männikkö: Expedition, 2019. Materials: transparent sheets, lights, wood and paper

Pia Männikkö from Finland and Páll Haukur from Iceland have been chosen for the first nordiSKulptur exhibition

Pia Mannikko & Pall Haukur

Pia Männikkö and Páll Haukur’s joint exhibition will take place at Gallery Sculptor in Helsinki in November 2019 as the first of three nordiSKulptur exhibitions. NordiSKulptur is a collaboration between The Association of Finnish Sculptors and The Nordic Culture Point. The exhibitions will be executed with changing Nordic partners, starting with The Icelandic Sculptor’s Association in 2019.  Read the full text here (Finnish and English)

Towards the first nordiSKulptur exhibition: An interview with Páll Haukur and Pia Männikkö

Phaser in Cable Factory

I have shown kinetic installation Phaser in two previous exhibitions this year, the work has been modified according to the gallery spaces. Now it is time for the grand finale of the tour in the biggest space yet. Muu Kaapeli gallery is in the Cable Factory, which is the largest cultural center in Finland.

Exhibition is open until 16th December 2018, Mon-Fri 10-19, Sat-Sun 12-16. Muu Kaapeli, Cable Factory, Tallberginkatu 1 C, 00180 Helsinki. Free entrance.

Pia Männikkö: Phaser, 2018

Humans

My new Déjà Vu -installation is currently presented in HUMANS, the 28th edition of Miniartextil. The exhibition is open tue-sun until 18th November in the ex church of San Francesco in Como, Italy. www.miniartextil.it

Pia Männikkö: Déjà Vu, 2018 (Como)Photo by Andrea Butti / Miniartextil.

In this video from the exhibition preview Déjà Vu appears first time in 00:10 :

Art goes Kapakka

Art goes Kapakka is a ten-day cultural city event in Helsinki, Finland. The festival is held 16.-25.8.21018 at the best restaurants, bars and cafes in the center of the city. The festival is full of music, performance, poetry, improvisation and other performing arts, and it brings a broad and interesting collection of visual arts to the restaurants.

My masking tape installation can be found in Krog Roba, Pieni Roobertinkatu 3. Festival info: http://www.artgoeskapakka.fi/en/

Pia Männikkö: Some people knit, 2018