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Jukka Mäkelä

Jukka Mäkelä (f.1949) 

 

Jukka Mäkelä studied at the Vocational School of Arts and Crafts 1967–1968, and Finnish Art Academy School 1968–1972.

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Om Jukka Mäkelä

Jukka Mäkelä (f.1949) 

 

Jukka Mäkelä studied at the Vocational School of Arts and Crafts 1967–1968, and Finnish Art Academy School 1968–1972.


Utstillinger - Jukka Mäkelä

Jukka Mäkelä first exhibited his works in Helsinki in 1970. Participated in numerous Finnish and foreign collective exhibitions. International exposure includes the International Festival of Painting in Cagnes-sur-Mer in 1978 and 1978, Paris Biennial in 1980, Sapporo Triennial in 1981, Carnegie International in Pittsburgh in 1982, Stealing Diamonds in Venice in 1986, Venice Biennial in 1988, World Print Competition in USA in 1988. Works in numerous collections both in Finland and abroad. Public works e.g. Madetoja-sali of the Oulu Music Centre in 1987.

He recievied the Finnish State Prize in 1977 and 1981, Finnish Cultural Foundation Merit Award in 1977, and III Golden Palette at the International Festival of Painting in Cagnes-sur-Mer in 1976.

Teknikk og formspråk - Jukka Mäkelä

Jukka Mäkelä is a painter, whose works are dominated by the communication between run acrylic paint and thick black coal. Mäkelä’s abstract images may have been inspired by a highly concrete and figurative occurrence as experienced in nature or a small detail, an interesting shape. Mäkelä’s interest in working at the border zone of two- and three-dimensionality makes his paintings almost sculptural; things happen stereoscopically, through layers.

When Mäkelä takes on printmaking, he works intensively – several plates are worked simultaneously. He treats his aquatint plates by spraying or painting the acid onto them, and creates the various shades of grey and black by varying the time of the acid-exposure. Speed and intensity, as well as the surprises and the joy of discovery that is experienced during the printmaking process are all captured in the finished image.

CV Jukka Mäkelä

Født 1949 i Finland.

Bor og arbeider i Helsinki.

 

UTDANNELSE: 

  • 1967-68 Institute of Industrial Arts, Helsinki, Finland. 
  • 1968-72 Kunstakademiet i Helsinki, Finland.

 

INNKJØPT AV:  

  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, Finland. 
  • Museet for Samtidskunst, Oslo. 
  • Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sverige. 
  • Alvar Aalto Museum, Jyväskylä, Finland. 
  • Sammlung Ludwig, Aachen, Tyskland. 
  • Rooseum Konsthall, Malmö, Sverige. 
  • Sara Hildén Art Museum, Tampere, Finland. 
  • Malmö Konsthall, Sverige.  
  • Espoo City Collection, Finland. 
  • Helsinki City Art Museum, Finland. 
  • Henna and Pertti Niemistö Foundation, Finland. 
  • Hyvinkää Art Museum, Hyvinkää, Finland. 
  • Joensuu Art Museum, Finland. 
  • Jyväskylä City Collection, Finland. 
  • Kajaani Art Museum, Kajaani, Finland. 
  • Kerava Art Museum, Finland. 
  • Kouvola City Colection, Finland. 
  • Kuopio Art Museum – The Saastamoinen Foundation, Finland. 
  • Lieksa City Collection, Finland. 
  • Mikkeli Art Museum, Finland. 
  • Oulu Art Museum, Finland. 
  • Porvoo City Collection, Finland. 
  • Rovaniemi Art Museum – The Wihuri Foundation, Finland. 
  • Seinäjoki City Collection, Finland.
  • The Simo Kuntsi Collection, Vaasa, Finland.
  • Den Finske stat.
  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Tampere, Finland. 
  • Turku Art Museum, Finland. 
  • Wäinö Aaltonen Museum, Turku, Finland.

 

UTSTILLINGER:  

Separatutstillinger:  

  • 1972 Museum of Central Finland, Jyväskylä, Finland. 
  • 1972 Amos Anderson Art Museum, Helsinki, Finland. 
  • 1974, -84 Kluuvin Galleria, Helsinki, Finland. 
  • 1978, -84 Gallleria Nuovo, Lahti, Finland. 
  • 1978 Galleria Katariina, Helsinki, Finland.
  • 1979 Galleria Bronda, Helsinki, Finland. 
  • 1980 Galerie Nordenhake, Malmö, Sverige. 
  • 1981 Galerie Cité, Luxembourg. 
  • 1982 Porvoo Art Hall, Porvoo, Finland. 
  • 1983 Galerie Grafiart, Turku, Finland. 
  • 1984 Galerie Kaj Forsblom, Helsinki, Finland. 
  • 1984 Galleri Garmer, Göteborg, Sverige. 
  • 1985 Taiteilijaseuran Galleria, Jyväskylä, Finland. 
  • 1985 Oulu Art Museum, Oulu, Finland. 
  • 1987 Galleria Krista Mikkola, Helsinki, Finland. 
  • 1987 Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm, Sverige. 
  • 1989, -92, -97 Galleri Lars Bohman, Stockholm, Sverige. 
  • 1989 Joensuu Art Museum, Joensuu, Finland. 
  • 1989 Galleri Tempo, Stockholm, Sverige. 
  • 1990 Galleri 29, Växsjö, Sverige. 
  • 1990 ”25 etchings”, Basel, Sveits. 
  • 1991 Galleri Riis, Oslo. 
  • 1991 Galleria Pieni Agora, Helsinki, Finland. 
  • 1993 Galleria D’Arte, Helsinki, Finland. 
  • 1993 Galerie Grafiart, Turku, Finland. 
  • 1993 Galerie Projekt Freies Kunsthaus, Aachen, Tyskland. 
  • 1995 Galleri Rotor, Göteborg, Sverige. 
  • 1996 Galerie Anhava, Helsinki, Finland. 
  • 1997 Hgin Taidehallin studio, Finland.
  • 1999 Kiasma, Helsinki, Finland
  • 1999–2000 Rovaniemen taidemuseo, Finland.
  • 2000 Galleria Harmaja, Oulu, Finland. 
  • 2001 Ars Nova, Turku, Finland.

Kollektivutstillinger:  

  • 1975 ”Finske Idyller”, Nikolaj Kirke, København/Danmark og Köping/Sverige.  
  • 1976 ”VIII Festival International de la Peinture”, Cagnes-sur-Mer, Frankrike. 
  • 1977 ”Mloda sztuka finska ’77”, Art Hall, Warzawa, Polen.
  • 1978 ”Finske bilder”, Bergen Kunsthall og i Oslo.
  • 1978 ”Prize winners – X Festival International de la Peinture”, Musé d’Art modern de la Ville de Paris, Frankrike. 
  • 1979 ”5 Artists from Today’s Finland in Japan”, Museum of Modern Art/Kamakura, Museum of Modern Art/Sapporo, Museum of Modern Art/Kobe, Japan. 
  • 1979 ”Finsk bild”, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo. 
  • 1980 ”XI Biennale de Paris”, Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Frankrike. 
  • 1980 FIAC, Galleria Bronda, Paris, Frankrike. 
  • 1981 “Art Today”, The Sapporo Triennal, Sapporo, Japan. 
  • 1981 “Biennale de Paris”, Sara Hildén Art Museum, Tampere, Finland. 
  • 1981 “Vuoden Taiteilijat kutsuvat – The Artist of the Year Invite”, Helsinki Art Hall, Finland. 
  • 1982 “Carnegie International”, Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute/Pittsburgh og Seattle Art Museum, USA. 
  • 1982 “Contemporaries – New Art from Finland”, The Port of History Museum/Philadelphia, Meridian House/Washington DC,
  • 1982 Catherine G. Murphy Galleries/St.Paul, Long Beach Art Museum/Long Beach og Seattle Art Museum/Seattle, USA. 
  • 1983 “Varrella virran”, Pori Art Museum, Pori, Finland. 
  • 1983 “Finsk kunst nå”, Henie-Onstads Kunstsenter, Høvikodden. 
  • 1983 ”Finsk Sekelskifte och Nutid”, Malmö Konsthall, Sverige. 
  • 1985 ”Taidemaalaria tapaamassa” The Art Museum of Ateneum, Helsinki, Finland. 
  • 1985 ”22 Finnish Painters”, Jerusalem, Israel. 
  • 1986 ”Kuuntelua – Hearing”, Helsinki Art Hall, Helsinki, Finland.
  • 1986 ”Nordanad”, Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, Frankrike. 
  • 1986 ”Malmö Konsthall, Malmö, Sverige. 
  • 1986 ”Toinen maisema – Et annat Lanskap – Another Landscape”,  The Nordic Arts center/Helsinki og Bergen Kunstmuseum.
  • 1986 ”Stealing Diamonds”, Venezia, Italia. 
  • 1987 ”Voyage”, Borås, Trollhättan, Sundsvall, Stockholm, Sverige. 
  • 1987 ”Utblickar”, Växsjö, Sverige. 
  • 1987 Galleri Lång, Malmö, Sverige. 
  • 1987 ”Sapporo Triennal”, Museum of Modern Art, Sapporo, Japan.
  • 1987 “Scandinavian Art – 19 Artist from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden”, Seibu Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan. 
  • 1988 “XLIII Biennale di Venezia”, Italia. 
  • 1988 “Schneeschmelze”, Wiener Secession, Wien, Østerrike. 
  • 1988 Neue Galerie – Sammlung Ludwig/Aachen, Blumenhalle/Bonn og Dominikanerkirche/Osnabrück, Tyskland. 
  • 1988 „Kuusi näkökulmaa“, The Art Museum of Ateneum, Helsinki, Finland.
  • 1988 “Suomalainen maisema – The Finnish Landscape”, Retretti, Punkaharju, Finland. 
  • 1988 “Basel Art Fair”, Galleri 16, Basel, Sveits.
  • 1988 ”Stockholm Art Fair”, Sverige. 
  • 1988 ”Art Cologne”, Galleri 16, Köln, Tyskland.
  • 1989 ”Sapporo Triennial”, Museum of Modern Art, Sapporo, Japan. 
  • 1989 “Valoa paperilla”, Galleria Valkoinen Huone, Tampere, Finland. 
  • 1989 “Hällä väriä”, Retretti, Punkaharju, Finland. 
  • 1989 Galleria Mikkola & Rislakki, Helsinki, Finland. 
  • 1989 ”Tunne ja Julistus – Suomen Taiteillijaseuran 125-vuotisjuhlanättely“, The Art Museum of Ateneum, Helsinki Art Hall og Kluuvi Gallery, Helsinki, Finland. 
  • 1989, -90 „Basel Art Fair“, Galleri Lars Bohman, Basel, Sveits. 
  • 1989, -90, -91, -92, -93 ”Stockholm Art Fair”, Galleri Lars Bohman, Stockholm, Sverige. 
  • 1990 ”Finland in München”, Villa Stuck, München, Tyskland. 
  • 1990 „Aachen – Helsinki, Kunst für Kinder“, Neue Galerie – Sammlund Ludwig, Aachen, Tyskland. 
  • 1990 „Artexpo“, Forssa, Finland. 
  • 1991 ”Grafikk Triennale”, Reykjavik, Island. 
  • 1991 ”Polytypi – A Graphic Project”, The Nordic Art Centre, Helsinki, Finland. 
  • 1991-93 “Vad naturen ger”, Helsinki Art Hall/Finland, Joensuu Art Museum/Finland, Oulu Art Museum/Finland, Vadstena/Göteborg – Sverige, Trondheim og Oslo, København og Gammle Elstrup/Danmark, Reykjavik/Island. 
  • 1992 “Cultural Landscape”, Palazzo della esposizioni, Roma, Italia. 
  • 1992 “Toisto – Once Again”, Helsinki Art Hall, Finland. 
  • 1992 “Neomanierismeja”, Oulu Art Museum, Oulu, Finland. 
  • 1992 „Pro Natura Naturata“, EXPO 1992, Sevilla, Spania.
  • 1993 “Akvarelli”, Helsinki Art Hall, Finland. 
  • 1993 ”Nykytaidetta paperilla”, Galerie Kaj Forsblom, Helsinki, Finland. 
  • 1994 ”Taidekeskus Salmela”, Mäntyharju, Finland. 
  • 1994 ”Nordiska Profiler – nutidskonst til et Nordisk Önskemuseum”, Göteborgs Konstmuseum, Göteborg, Sverige. 
  • 1994 ”Crossing over – changing places”, Helsinki City Art Museum, Finland.
  • 1995 ”Fredrik Roos Nordiska Samling”, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sverige. 
  • 1995 ”Suunnitelmia ja muita piirustuksia”, Galleria Sculptor, Helsinki og Museum of Central Finland, Jyväskylä, Finland. 
  • 1995 ”Myötätuuleen 2”, Hanko, Finland. 
  • 1995 ”Estradi 1995”, Wanha Satamo, Helsinki, Finland. 
  • 1995 ”Gary Hill – Seydou Keita – Jukka Mäkelä”, Helsinki Kunsthalle, Finland. 
  • 1995-96 ”Aquilo – Nordic Contemporary Art”, Museum Moderner Kunst – Stiftung Ludwig, Wien, Østerrike; Galleria D’Arte Moderna, Bologna, Italia; Nordic Arts Centre, Helsinki, Finland.
  • 1995-96 ”Paintings, sculptures, graphic art and photography form the Saastamoinen Collection”, Kupio Art Museum, Kerava Art Museum og Rovaniemi Art Museum, Finland. 
  • 1996 ”Stockholm Art Fair”, Ateljé Larsen, Helsingborg og Galerie Anhava, Helsinki, Stockholm, Sverige. 
  • 1996 ”Purnu 96”, Orivesi, Finland. 
  • 1996 ”Grannar”, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sverige. 
  • 1996 ”Aito kopio/Orginal Copy”, Helsinki Kunsthalle, Finland.
  • 2008 Hovedøya Ganggalleriet, Oslo.
  • 2008 Kunstverket, Oslo.

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