Fanny Tavastila

Born 1977 in Helsinki, Finland. Lives and works in Helsinki, Finland.

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Photo: Christian Langenskiöld

Exhibition 26.5.–18.6.2017, Ama Gallery, Helsinki
ama.fi/fanny-tavastila

Exhibition 18 May - 22 June 2016, Taymour Grahne Gallery, New York
Fanny Tavastila: Sometimes
www.taymourgrahne.com/exhibitions/fanny-tavastila-sometimes

Exhibition 29.5. – 19.6.2015, Ama Gallery, Helsinki
ama.fi

Mustekala 31.5.2015
Tunteella laulettu laulu
www.mustekala.info/node/37497

Yle Puhe 29.5.2015
Fanny Tavastilan maalauksissa elää tunnekerrostumia
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Yle Radio Vega 30.4.2015
Familjeliv: När barnen räddar Östersjön
arenan.yle.fi/1-2786740

HBL 7.9.2014
Konstnärerna möter publiken
av Sara Sundman

Glädjepirr, 2008
Glädjepirr, 2008
Oil on canvas
27 x 35 cm
Photo: Henrik Schütt

Es ist still hier seit du weg bist, 2009
Es ist still hier seit du weg bist, 2009
Oil on canvas
180 x 160 cm
Photo: Henrik Schütt

Tea and oranges, 2006
Tea and oranges, 2006
Oil on canvas
27 x 22 cm
Photo: Henrik Schütt

Untitled, 2010-2013
Untitled, 2010-2013
Mixed media on canvas
28 x 26 cm
Photo: Henrik Schütt

The lust of the flesh and the irredeamable solitude of the soul, 2012
The lust of the flesh and the irredeamable solitude of the soul, 2012
Oil and acrylics on canvas
170 x 190 cm
Photo: Henrik Schütt

My China House, 2009
My China House, 2009
Oil on canvas
30 x 30 cm
Photo: Henrik Schütt

I could smile for a while, 2012-2013
I could smile for a while, 2012-2013
Oil on canvas
135 x 100 cm
Photo: Henrik Schütt

You can brake away, or you can stay, 2012-2013
You can brake away, or you can stay, 2012-2013
Oil on canvas
208 x 180 cm
Photo: Jussi Tiainen

Du måste finnas, 2012-2013
Du måste finnas, 2012-2013
Oil and acrylics on canvas
140 x 100 cm
Photo: Henrik Schütt

I wonder if you ever really saw me, 2010
I wonder if you ever really saw me, 2010
Oil on canvas
54 x 46 cm
Photo: Henrik Schütt

Beach, 2008
Beach, 2008
Oil on canvas
20 x 20 cm
Photo: Henrik Schütt

The little ones III, 2010
The little ones III, 2010
Oil on canvas
60 x 70 cm
Photo: Henrik Schütt