← Takaisin blogiin

Andreas Behn-Eschenburg

So it’s getting interesting. There is a couple of weeks left to Kuvan Kevat and things start to take shape.

A few weeks ago we were given our Kuvan Kevät space and were able to see it. I will be showing my work in the former Amos Andreson museum. I am very pleased with my space and now that I have seen the space I can start to imagine the exhibition.

I have seen a lot of very exiting work of my peers in a painting seminar a few weeks ago. We presented our works for Kuvan Kevät and the ideas about our practice. I feel enthusiastic about putting this degree show together after this short preview. Because the English speaking and the Finnish speaking seminar group are usually separate it was the first time I have seen some of my Finnish friends work.

It is a big exhibition and I believe the expectations are high for everyone but I think it is also important not get overly stressed about it and to treat it like a normal exhibition. I have been working on a number of paintings that have to develop naturally. I believe that one painting leads to the next painting and so on. At the moment I feel I still have time to make more work and although I have an idea on what work will go into the show I don’t want to be too fixed on it and allow it to be open. I am still trying and combining things in the studio and I trust that the closer I get to the exhibition the more sense everything will make. I need to let it fall in to place. I showed some work in a group exhibition in Kuva’s Projetroom last autumn and I made a body of work in similar amount of time and I think a bit of time pressure can be very good in the creative process.

Kirjoittaja: Andreas Behn-Eschenburg
Student in Painting from Switzerland
In this blog he will show the steps and progress in preparing an exhibition for Kuvan Kevat and share his thoughts and expectations for the exhibition.

Asiasanat: #KuvanKevät

Kuvan Kevät -blogi

Kuvan Kevät -blogissa pääset seuraamaan Kuvataideakatemian maisterinäyttelyyn valmistautuvien opiskelijoiden ajatuksia ja elämää. Blogiin kirjoittavat vuonna 2020 maisteriopiskelijat Eva Lamppu ja Val Smets.

Kuvan Kevät -maisterinäyttelyyn osallistuu pian valmistuvia taiteilijoita Kuvataideakatemian kaikilta opetusalueilta (maalaus, kuvanveisto, taidegrafiikka ja tila-aikataiteet).

Kevään poikkeustilanteen vuoksi Kuvan Kevät on siirretty syksylle 2020 (10.10.-8.11.2020).

Uusimmat julkaisut

Seuraa blogia