JAN LÜTJOHANN (1987) and UKU SEPSIVART (1988) will open their co-exhibition a little bit, every day in Hobusepea gallery at 5.30pm on Wednesday, February 7, 2018.
A shared element in the exhibition is our affection towards working by hand. Together they are thinking about making as a process somewhere between wearing out a benchtop and spontaneous accumulation of material.
Jan Lütjohann is a German sculptor and educator who lives and works in Finland. In the exhibition he is looking at the possibilities inherent in hand tools and limited means. The sculptures are an outcome of his interest in low, rural and pre-industrial workbenches that have been used both for working and social interaction. He is employing elements of this tradition in order to create a productive as well a social potential.
Exhibition will be opened until February 26, 2018.
Thank you: Tours n Cars OÜ, Paulon Säätio, Liina Siib, Evelyn Müürsepp-Grzinich, John Grzinich, Nils-Naatan Kaivo, Henna Jula, Marko Sepsivart, Hanna Piksarv.
Exhibition is supported by the Cultural Endowment of Estonia.
Exhibitions in Hobusepea gallery are supported by the Cultural Endowment of Estonia and Estonian Ministry of Culture.