Miettinen Collection I Salon Dahlmann

Miettinen Collection I Salon Dahlmann The Salon Dahlmann is named after Hildegard Dahlmann, the last owner of the house. The building was acquired by the Miettinen family in 2010.

With the Salon Dahlmann, Timo Miettinen has established a link to Berlin’s salon culture tradition, which emerged not far from the Marburger 3, in the area of the Kurfürstendamm in West Berlin. The Salon presents an eclectic program including a range of different formats: exhibitions, concerts, performances, workshops and encounters of creative people and professionals in many fields. The institut

With the Salon Dahlmann, Timo Miettinen has established a link to Berlin’s salon culture tradition, which emerged not far from the Marburger 3, in the area of the Kurfürstendamm in West Berlin. The Salon presents an eclectic program including a range of different formats: exhibitions, concerts, performances, workshops and encounters of creative people and professionals in many fields. The institut

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Rainer Fetting @rainerfetting Blumen &until 31. December 2021The Miettinen Collection in cooperation with Galerie Robert...
25/09/2021

Rainer Fetting @rainerfetting
Blumen &
until 31. December 2021

The Miettinen Collection in cooperation with Galerie Robert Grunenberg @robertgrunenbergberlin is proud to present Rainer Fetting: Blumen &, a solo exhibition of the renowned German painter and sculptor. Rainer Fetting achieved international recognition with the "New Wild Ones" in the early 1980s. With its elements of Expressionist painting, his art formed in opposition to the conventions of Abstract and Conceptual Art toward the end of the 1970s is highly topical again today. Fetting's painting is a highly significant precursor for the "q***r" discourses on gender, identity, the individual, and power that not only shape the works of younger generations in our globalized art world but also current mainstream debates. His "expressive" portraits, cityscapes, and landscapes as well as the still lifes and flower paintings on which this exhibition focuses capture psychosocial energies that are evident in every painterly decision he makes. Works from four decades are presented here, some of them unpublished, early drawn studies and paintings from the time Fetting was commuting between New York and Berlin the 1980s and 1990s in addition to recent paintings, works on paper, and sculptures.

An illustrated book is published by Hatje Cantz Verlag @hatjecantzverlag in conjunction with the exhibition, with text by Oliver Koerner von Gustorf @oliverkoerner and Norman Rosenthal @rosenthal.norman

RAINER FETTING (*1949) studied painting at the Hochschule der Künste, Berlin, 1972–78. In 1977, he founded the Galerie am Moritzplatz together with Helmut Middendorf, Salomé, Bernd Zimmer, Anne Jud and Berthold Schepers. From 1983-1994 he lived in New York and Berlin. Recent solo exhibitions have been shown at the Berlinische Galerie, Berlin, and Schloss Gottorf, Schleswig. Rainer Fetting lives and works in Berlin and Westerland.

The exhibition can be visited every Saturday, 12-6pm. Please sign up: [email protected]

Courtesy of the Miettinen Collection and Rainer Fetting

About last night: Thank you for the Charity Event „SOS Kinderdorf“ hosted by Prof. Yu Zhang. We acquired an edition by A...
22/09/2021

About last night: Thank you for the Charity Event „SOS Kinderdorf“ hosted by Prof. Yu Zhang. We acquired an edition by Anselm Reyle through the charity auction.

Pictures left to right:
Prof. Yu Zhang, Ruling Mayor of Berlin Michael Müller, Timo Miettinen, Kathrin Genovese and Rayhan Sahin.

About last night: Thank you for the Charity Event „SOS Kinderdorf“ hosted by Prof. Yu Zhang. We acquired an edition by Anselm Reyle through the charity auction.

Pictures left to right:
Prof. Yu Zhang, Ruling Mayor of Berlin Michael Müller, Timo Miettinen, Kathrin Genovese and Rayhan Sahin.

HAM Helsinki Art Museum (@hamhelsinki) is exhibiting Katarina Grosse (@katharina_grosse) at the moment. Grosse has also ...
03/09/2021

HAM Helsinki Art Museum (@hamhelsinki) is exhibiting Katarina Grosse (@katharina_grosse) at the moment. Grosse has also made a site specific piece for Helsinki Biennial 2021 (@helsinkibiennial). Besides these artist and the group where able to pop in at Miettinen Collection Helsinki location to see Grosse’s work from our collection. Anna Miettinen (@amiettinen) was hosting the event from our side.

Artist Eemil Karila @eemilkarila painting en plein air at the Island of Capri hosted by Timo Miettinen ☀️🖼
25/08/2021

Artist Eemil Karila @eemilkarila painting en plein air at the Island of Capri hosted by Timo Miettinen ☀️🖼

Artist Eemil Karila @eemilkarila painting en plein air at the Island of Capri hosted by Timo Miettinen ☀️🖼

SAVE THE DATE We are delighted to announce our upcoming exhibition „Blumen &“ by Rainer Fetting @rainerfetting at the Mi...
16/08/2021

SAVE THE DATE

We are delighted to announce our upcoming exhibition „Blumen &“ by Rainer Fetting @rainerfetting at the Miettinen Collection.

11. September until 31. December 2021
In cooperation with Galerie Robert Grunenberg @robertgrunenbergberlin

Rainer Fetting achieved international recognition with the "New Wild Ones" in the early 1980s. Hardly any movement in post-war Germany’s history of painting has been both as fiercely celebrated and as ferociously ostracized, as the so-called „Heftige Malerei“ („Fierce Painting“) that emerged in West Berlin’s art scene in the late 1970s and early 1980s. With its elements of Expressionist painting, his art formed in opposition to the conventions of Abstract and Conceptual Art toward the end of the 1970s is highly topical again today. Fetting's artwork is a highly significant precursor for the "q***r" discourses on gender, identity, the individual, and power that not only shape the works of younger generations in our globalized art world but also current mainstream debates. His "expressive" portraits, cityscapes, and landscapes as well as the still lifes and flower paintings on which this exhibition focuses capture psychosocial energies that are evident in every painterly decision he makes. Works from four decades are presented here, some of them unpublished, early drawn studies and paintings from the time Fetting was commuting between New York and Berlin the 1980s and 1990s in addition to recent paintings, works on paper, and sculptures.

An illustrated book is published by Hatje Cantz Verlag @hatjecantzverlag in conjunction with the exhibition, with text by Oliver Koerner von Gustorf @oliverkoerner and Norman Rosenthal @rosenthal.norman

RAINER FETTING (*1949) lives and works in Berlin and Westerland.

Images:
1. Rainer Fetting, Gladiolen, 2020, acrylic on canvas, 160 x 100 cm, Photo: Roman März
2. Rainer Fetting, Robert mit Gießkanne, 2021 acrylic on canvas, 230 x 140 cm
3. Rainer Fetting, Sonnenblumen, 1992, oil on canvas, 130 × 90 cm
4. Cover Exhibition Catalogue Rainer Fetting "Blumen &" published by Hatje Cantz, 2021

Miettinen Collection will remain closed during summer. We are happy to welcome you back in September with a new show. Mo...
27/07/2021

Miettinen Collection will remain closed during summer. We are happy to welcome you back in September with a new show. More news coming soon!

Image: Edouard Baribeaud, La danse du sauvage, 2015, Egg tempera on canvas, 160 x 200 cm

© Roman März

Miettinen Collection will remain closed during summer. We are happy to welcome you back in September with a new show. More news coming soon!

Image: Edouard Baribeaud, La danse du sauvage, 2015, Egg tempera on canvas, 160 x 200 cm

© Roman März

We are pleased to share that Jan Zöller’s @janzoellerrr work “Badebrunnen in Italien“, which is part of the Miettinen Co...
19/06/2021

We are pleased to share that Jan Zöller’s @janzoellerrr work “Badebrunnen in Italien“, which is part of the Miettinen Collection, is exhibited in Jan Zöller’s solo show “Keine Zeit zum Baden“ at Stästische Galerie Ostfildern, Southern Germany @staedtischegalerieostfildern, on view through 21 September.

The exhibition features different paintings from his Badebrunnen theme, loaned from private and public collections along a few new large-size “Badebrunnen paintings, set up with a site specific installation, consisting of sculptural objects and a video-installation.

The show is open to the public. To get more information and updates you can visit the website of Städtische Galerie Ostfildern: www.ostfildern.de.

Image: 1. Jan Zöller, Badebrunnen in Italien, 2019, Acrylic, oil stick, charcoal, and pastels on canvas, 100 x 80 cm

Installation shot, Keine Zeit zum Baden, 2021, Städtische Galerie Ostfildern © Jürgen Bubeck

NOW OPEN (without COVID-19 test): you have time until Friday to book your visit at the Miettinen Collection for this Sat...
09/06/2021

NOW OPEN (without COVID-19 test): you have time until Friday to book your visit at the Miettinen Collection for this Saturday 12 June (12-6 PM). Just contact us via DM or email us at [email protected].

No negative COVID-19 test is needed to access the Collection anymore.

The Miettinen Collection is currently showcasing an interior installation by Finnish designer Klaus Haapaniemi @klaushaapaniemi_official as well as a cabinet exhibition by Finnish artist Helena Kauppila @helena.kauppila, along with other miscellaneous works currently on display in the living areas.

We look forward to welcoming you this Saturday.

Image:
Ville Kylätasku
Transvestite, 2020
oil on canvas
160 x 140 cm
@studiovillekylatasku

NOW OPEN (without COVID-19 test): you have time until Friday to book your visit at the Miettinen Collection for this Saturday 12 June (12-6 PM). Just contact us via DM or email us at [email protected].

No negative COVID-19 test is needed to access the Collection anymore.

The Miettinen Collection is currently showcasing an interior installation by Finnish designer Klaus Haapaniemi @klaushaapaniemi_official as well as a cabinet exhibition by Finnish artist Helena Kauppila @helena.kauppila, along with other miscellaneous works currently on display in the living areas.

We look forward to welcoming you this Saturday.

Image:
Ville Kylätasku
Transvestite, 2020
oil on canvas
160 x 140 cm
@studiovillekylatasku

NOW OPEN (without COVID-19 test): you have time until Friday to book your visit at the Miettinen Collection for this Sat...
02/06/2021

NOW OPEN (without COVID-19 test): you have time until Friday to book your visit at the Miettinen Collection for this Saturday 5 June (12-6 PM). Just contact us via DM or email us at [email protected].

No negative COVID-19 test is needed to access the Collection anymore.

The Miettinen Collection is currently showcasing an interior installation by Finnish designer Klaus Haapaniemi @klaushaapaniemi_official as well as a cabinet exhibition by Finnish artist Helena Kauppila @helena.kauppila, along with other miscellaneous works currently on display in the living areas.

We look forward to welcoming you on Saturday.

Image:
Tom Anholt,
Babylon II, 2021
oil on canvas
189 x 150 cm
@tomanholt

NOW OPEN (without COVID-19 test): you have time until Friday to book your visit at the Miettinen Collection for this Saturday 5 June (12-6 PM). Just contact us via DM or email us at [email protected].

No negative COVID-19 test is needed to access the Collection anymore.

The Miettinen Collection is currently showcasing an interior installation by Finnish designer Klaus Haapaniemi @klaushaapaniemi_official as well as a cabinet exhibition by Finnish artist Helena Kauppila @helena.kauppila, along with other miscellaneous works currently on display in the living areas.

We look forward to welcoming you on Saturday.

Image:
Tom Anholt,
Babylon II, 2021
oil on canvas
189 x 150 cm
@tomanholt

NOW ON VIEW: we are excited to announce the opening of our new cabinet exhibition Perspective Shift by Helena Kauppila @...
27/05/2021

NOW ON VIEW: we are excited to announce the opening of our new cabinet exhibition Perspective Shift by Helena Kauppila @helena.kauppila. The exhibition is open every Saturday, 12 - 6 pm by appointment only, until 26 June 2021.

“Perspective Shift is a window into Helena Kauppila's art and a starting point for the broader exhibit Klaus Haapaniemi Design and the Miettinen Collection.
A mathematician turned visual artist, Kauppila's process reflects the habits of mind that a mathematician develops: precision of expression, skill in balancing intuition against rigorous logic, a facility for high-level abstraction, and the ability to modularize complex situations. Although Kauppila's work is representational, she derives her understanding of representation from mathematics, which can get quite abstract. Kauppila remarks ’I am primarily concerned with the surface structure and in creating a work that is able to communicate joy.’”

On Saturday 29 May, Miettinen Collection founder Timo Miettinen and artist Helena Kauppila will greet the guests personally at the Collection and offer a tour.

To book your visit, please send an email to [email protected] at least 24 hours before your appointment, and provide a same day negative COVID-19 test upon your visit.

Images: Perspective Shift, installation views, (c) Roman März, 2021

NOW ON VIEW: we are excited to announce the opening of our new cabinet exhibition Perspective Shift by Helena Kauppila @...
27/05/2021

NOW ON VIEW: we are excited to announce the opening of our new cabinet exhibition Perspective Shift by Helena Kauppila @helena.kauppila. The exhibition is open on Saturday, 12 - 6 pm by appointment only, until 26 June 2021.

“Perspective Shift is a window into Helena Kauppila's art and a starting point for the broader exhibit Klaus Haapaniemi Design and the Miettinen Collection.
A mathematician turned visual artist, Kauppila's process reflects the habits of mind that a mathematician develops: precision of expression, skill in balancing intuition against rigorous logic, a facility for high-level abstraction, and the ability to modularize complex situations. Although Kauppila's work is representational, she derives her understanding of representation from mathematics, which can get quite abstract. Kauppila remarks ’I am primarily concerned with the surface structure and in creating a work that is able to communicate joy.’”

On Saturday 29 May, Miettinen Collection founder Timo Miettinen and artist Helena Kauppila herself will greet the guests personally at the Collection and offer a tour.

To book your visit, please send an email to [email protected] at least 24 hours before your appointment, and provide a same day negative COVID-19 test upon your visit.

Images: Perspective Shift, installation views, (c) Roman März, 2021

REOPENING: We are happy to announce that the Miettinen Collection is open again, by appointment only. You are invited to...
26/05/2021

REOPENING: We are happy to announce that the Miettinen Collection is open again, by appointment only.

You are invited to visit the current show by Klaus Haapaniemi, the newly opened cabinet exhibition by Helena Kauppila @helena.kauppila, and see other works of the Collection, such as by Sonja Yakovleva @sonja_yakovleva, Brandon Lipchik @brandonlipchikstudio and Florian Krewer.

This Saturday 29 May, the founder of Miettinen Collection Timo Miettinen will personally greet the guests along with Helena Kauppila.

Miettinen Collection is open to the public by appointment only each Saturday, 12 - 6pm, until 26 June 2021. To book your visit please write us a DM or send an email to [email protected] at least 24 hours before your appointment, including your preferred time slot. Upon your visit, a max. 24-hour old negative COVID-19 test must be provided.

Images:
1. Portrait of Timo Miettinen with Eemil Karila, Lingonberry Red, 2020, ink, tempera and oil on canvas, 100 x 65 cm, photo: Mika Minetti
2. Installation view including Brandon Lipchik, Moonrise, 2021; Sonja Yakovleva, Die Rosen Villa, 2020. Photo: Roman März
3. Florian Krewer, „awefully hot”, 2015-2016, oil on canvas, 250 x 210 cm.

Despite the current situation, various works from the Miettinen Collection are currently on loan and featured in exhibit...
09/04/2021

Despite the current situation, various works from the Miettinen Collection are currently on loan and featured in exhibitions around the world.

The work “Ohne Titel“ by Joachim Bandau is part of his solo exhibition “Die Nichtschönen. Werke 1967-1974“ at Kunsthalle Basel @kunsthallebasel, on view through 6 June 2021.

"Joachim Bandau was just over thirty years old when he began to forge the body of sculptures and drawings that marks a distinctive phase in his early practice […] This exhibition concentrates on a selection of key pieces from that period, some rarely or never seen since they were first made […] [Bandau’s sculptures] are at once technoid and bodily, minimal and monstrous […], making highly political statements while evading the look of ‘political art‘. Thus, despite having been produced decades ago, it is their extraordinary relevance to contemporary artistic practices and to the current political moment we are currently living that motivates their exhibition here and now."

Text: Kunsthalle Basel

Images:

1. Joachim Bandau, installation view, Die Nichtschönen. Werke 1967-1974, Kunsthalle Basel, 2021 © Phillip Hänger/Kunsthalle Basel

2. Joachim Bandau, Ohne Titel, 1971-1974, rubber hose glass-fibre reinforced polyester, 186 x 55 x 20 cm

#joachimbandau #kunsthallebasel #dailyart #miettinencollection

We are thrilled to announce that artist Amoako Boafo (@amoakoboafo) and Sanna Marin, Prime Minister of Finland, have bee...
19/02/2021

We are thrilled to announce that artist Amoako Boafo (@amoakoboafo) and
Sanna Marin, Prime Minister of Finland, have been featured among the 2021 @time Next 100 personalities.
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Amoako Boafo has been included in the 2021 Time Next 100 Artists. This past year, Kim Jones (@mrkimjones), the artistic director of @dior Men, has launched a collaboration with him, making Boafo the first African artist to develop a line with the French fashion house.

His work "highlights Black identity and the African diaspora with complexity and warmth", Time has written.
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At 35, Sanna Marin is the youngest female state leader, and Finland's youngest-ever prime minister. She is featured in the 2021 Time Next 100 Leaders and on the magazine cover.

Thanks to her timely intervention against the COVID-19 pandemic, Finland has succeeded in setting an example for other countries.

We look forward to cooperating with Ms Marin on initiatives related to the fostering of arts and culture within Finland and throughout the world.

#amoakoboafo #sannamarin #time #TIMENEXT100 #finland #artsandculture #miettinencollection #salondahlmann

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