After rather active summer and early autumn I’ve taken a bit slower on the actual graffiti painting front. Intentionally, I might add. Because the remnants of 2018 I’ve been busy planning the coming year of 2019. As well as painting some back patches and t-shirts for both Christmas sales as promotional use. And of course painting as much canvases as possible for future exhibitions.
Without going into details, I’ll reveal a few things: two solo exhibitions for 2019 have already been confirmed. I will also be spending some time abroad in an art residency the next summer. Which I am very, very excited about. And on top of everything: it looks like that some of my older works will play a minor role in an
yet unannounced exhibition early next year. Once the organisers go public with the details, I’ll link ’em here as well as my social media pages. The exhibition is none less than “Eyes on the Horizon” at Espoo City Museum. I am honoured to have one photograph of my old painting included in the actual exhibition as well as 14 or so more in their virtual “mobile route” based on Kivenlahti region in the nineties.
So, that’s all for now. Expect another update during the first quarter of 2019 when negotiations finally have become signed contracts.