• Category:Visual arts
  • Place:Berlin
  • Date: 08.02.2024 - 14.11.2024
  • Opening:8.2.2024, 6–9 pm
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  • Address:Finnland-Institut, Friedrichstr. 153 a (3rd floor), 10117 Berlin
  • Transport links:Friedrichstraße Station, U5 + U6 Unter den Linden
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Visiting Art/ists 2024: I find you in all these things

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Von oben links nach unten rechts: Werke von Antti Pussinen, Jussi Jääskeläinen, Laura Kärki, Elsa Salonen, Jarkko Räsänen, Jussi Goman


Artworks by

Jussi Goman
Jussi Jääskeläinen
Laura Kärki
Antti Pussinen
Jarkko Räsänen
Elsa Salonen

Our new Visiting Art/ists 2024 exhibition is called I find you in all these things. Rilke wrote his highly existential namesake poem 125 years ago in Berlin. It was published a few years later in The Book of Hours (Das Stunden-Buch). One can interpret the text as a tendency to discover traces of those that we have loved, who may have existed in our lives before moving on or passing away, in objects and sensations – physical or metaphysical – that surround us. We find them in all these things: in pictures, paintings and books or scents and sounds, through all of our senses. It is possible that Rilke found the divine in nature, perhaps in the trees that he so beautifully describes. For the Finnland-Institut exhibition we have brought together six artists, either with existing works that resonate with the topic or brand new interpretations of it. For many, Rilke’s poem functioned as a starting point for the commissioned works that were created for the group show that now takes over our premises on Friedrichstraße, Berlin. They provide delight and comfort for those who visit the exhibition.

The exhibition is curated by Mika Minetti. The catalogue (3,8 MB, free to download) published for the show includes a large number of illustrations and artists’ interviews and is available at the Finnland-Institut.

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