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Les petites merveilles de Paris (The small wonders of Paris) - There is Hope

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Opening March 12th, 6-9 pm

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Oscar Furbacken is one of the 51 artists whose work has been selected by a jury to paticipate in this exhibition.

When the oak dies the lichens sprout

Opening on March 18th, 4-7 pm

Galleri Mellanrummet, Kungl. Konsthögskolan Flaggmanvägen 1 at Skeppsholmen in Stockholm, Sweden

No Ordinary Moments 11.04.2018 – 06.01.2019
Espoo Museum of Modern Art (EMMA), Finland

No Ordinary Moments is an extensive group exhibition featuring recent acquisitions and picks from EMMA's collections. The show forms a bridge between Oppenheim’s world and contemporary life with a selection of surrealist-inspired contemporary works celebrating small, everyday miracles. The featured exhibits have an uncanny, otherworldly quality that transcends daily reality and plunges into the depths of the subconscious and unconscious mind. The exhibition is an engaging, experiential compilation of installations, media art, paintings, sculptures and photographs by Finnish and international contemporary artists.

The featured artists are: Malin Ahlsved, Jasmin Anoschkin, Lauri Astala, Ernst Billgren, Saara Ekström, Anna Estarriola, Oscar Furbacken, Beryl Furman, Denise Grünstein, Alvar Gullichsen, Teuri Haarla, Kaisaleena Halinen, Jeppe Hein, Timo Heino, Andreas Johansson,  Aarne Jämsä, Klara Kristalova, Esa Laurema, Juhana Moisander & Simo Ripatti, Nabb +  Teeri, Okku Nuutilainen, Roxy Paine, Antti-Ville Reinikainen, Maria Rubinke, Antti Ruuhela,  Tülay Schakir and Miikka Vaskola.

detail trough crac of concrete object Trace by Oscar Furbacken, EMMA Collections

The works Chamber #1 and Vittringar #3 by Oscar Furbacken (EMMA Museum Collection)


To participare during the opening week Oscar Furbacken received support from:

The Swedish Arts Grants Commitee - Konstnärsnämnden



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