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Sanna Horvath

nee, Kumpulainen

born 1986, Helsinki, Finland

lives and works in Turku, Finland

contact

sanna.m.horvath@gmail.com

studies

2010-2016 Finnish Academy of Fine Arts

2007-2010 Pekka Halonen Academy

2002-2005 Helsinki Upper Secondary School of Visual Arts

exhibitions

2021 ‘Constantly moving / Going nowhere’, Galleria Joella, Turku, Finland

2019 ‘The Amulet’ Sanna Horvath, Galleria Paperihuone, Hämeenlinna, Finland

2019 ‘Behind the corner is a forest’ site specific group exhibition at a nature reserve in Renko, Finland

2019 Finnish woodcut associations group exhibition, Riihimäki art museum, Riihimäki, Finland

2019 ‘Printti VI’ nationwide miniprint exhibition of Nokia art association,  Nokia art house, Finland

2018 ‘Etäyhteys – Remote access’ Iida Valkonen & Sanna Horvath, B-Gallery, Turku, Finland

2016 ‘Printti IV’ nationwide miniprint exhibition of Nokia artist association, Nokia art house, Finland

2016 ‘ The Beginning & Revisiting unknown places’ Maria Pääkkönen & Sanna Kumpulainen, Ratamo gallery, Jyväskylä

2015 ‘ A Charming bouquet of neuroses / Hurmaava kimppu neurooseja’,  Joel Slotte & Sanna Kumpulainen, Myymälä2, Helsinki

2015 ‘Raum zehn drei’ group exhibition, Nürnberg,

2015 ‘Läheltä ja kaukaa’ Finnish woodcut artists society, Lume- gallery, Helsinki

2015 ‘Kuvan Kevät- Finnish Academy of Fine Arts final exhibition, Exhibition laboratory, Helsinki

2015 ‘I didn’t want to reveal too much’ Inma Herrera & Sanna Kumpulainen, Ikkuna-gallery, Vantaa art museum

2014 ‘Everything you can think of is true’ group exhibition, Fotografins Hus, Stockholm

2014 ‘Art of Basware’ Musiikkitalo, Helsinki

2014 ‘Kunstift am Tiergarten’ group exhibition, Kunstkontor, Nuremberg,

2013 ‘Call and response’ group exhibition, Kaiku-Gallery, Helsinki

2012 ‘Emerging Nordic Printmaking’ group exhibition, T-Gallery, Bratislava

2012 ‘Bachelors of the Universe’ group exhibition, FAFA-Gallery, Helsinki

2010 ‘Reittejä ja Virtauksia’, Jade Gallery, Helsinki

2010 ‘Paljas’ Pekka Halonen Akademy final exhibition, Kaapelitehdas, Helsinki

residencies

2020 Aboa Vetus & Ars Nova, Finland

2015 Utö, Finland

2014 Berlin, Germany

2013 Utö, Finland

2012 Berlin, Germany

2011 Utö, Finland

workshops, study trips

Nida – Lithuania, Nuremberg – Germany, Dundee -Scotland, Wien – Austria, Bharatpur – India, Oslo – Norway

awards/grants

2021 Kansan Sivistysrahasto: working grant

2020 Arts Promotion Centre Finland: Corona grant

2019 Finnish Cultural Foundation: Häme regional fund

2018 Arts promotion Center Finland: project grant for exhibition ‘Remote access’ together with Iida Valkonen

2017 Finnish Art Society: young artist grant

2016 Finnish Cultural Foundation: Uusimaa regional fund

works in collections:

Finnish Academy of Fine arts

memberships

Finnish woodcut artists society

The association of finnish printmakers

Yö Ry