• Huuto Alphabet
  • A is for á (Pasi Mälkiä)
  • B is for Blume (Beata Joutsen)
  • C is for Crow (Tiia Matikainen)
  • D is for Darling (Elina Strandberg)
  • E is for Emptiness ( Vesa Hjort)
  • F is for Flotsam (Milja Viita)
  • G is for Gray (Marja Viitahuhta)
  • H is for Hevonen (Heli Änkö)
  • I is for I (Kaisa Eriksson)
  • J_Heino
  • K_TurakkaPurhonen
  • L_Schutt
  • M_Valkonen
  • N_Salmenkivi
  • O_Tolonen
  • P_Pohjonen
  • Q_Salmijarvi
  • R_Rinne

Aleksi Tolonen, Anja Helminen, Antti Oikarinen, Beata Joutsen, Charlotta Östlund, Elina Strandberg, Erika Erre, Essi Ojanperä & Linda Söderholm, Hans-Peter Schütt, HELI ÄNKÖ, Ilona Valkonen, Kaisa Eriksson (os. Kontio), Kaisaleena Halinen, Kalle Turakka Purhonen, KATARIINA SALMIJÄRVI, Laura Pohjonen, Maiju Salmenkivi, Marja Viitahuhta, Miia Rinne, Milja Viita, Minna Suoniemi, PASI MÄLKIÄ, Pilvi Ojala, Reija Palo-oja, Sampo Malin, Satu Rautiainen, Terhi Heino, Tiia Matikainen, Vesa Hjort

Huuto Alphabet

Uudenmaankatu 17.4.-5.5.2013

Gallery Huuto Uudenmaankatu

Huuto Alphabet

FIRST OF MAY OPEN HOURS: tue 31.4. open 12 – 4 pm, wed 1.5. closed.

About Huuto Alphabet

There are 29 letters in the Finnish Alphabet.

The Huuto Alphabet exhibition displays a collection of artworks from 29 artists who are all members of the artist-run-space Galleria Huuto. The works are displayed in alphabetical order according to their titles, thus together they form a kind of alphabet of varied mediums.

All the artists contributing to this series of works were found via an open call to the members of the gallery. They were selected in the order in which they applied. No separate judging or curatorial means were used. The artists also had the freedom to choose their medium and style. The only limitation was the size of the works in that they were not to be larger than 30 cm x 30 cm x 30 cm. The Huuto Alphabet exhibition represents a variety of contemporary art mediums: photography, painting, sculpture, mixed media, drawing, text and video. Some of the works were made especially for this series, while others were already completed works.

The idea for this exhibition was born out of wondering how Galleria Huuto could celebrate its 10th anniversary at the Supermarket Alternative Art Fair 2013 which took place in Stockholm earlier this year. The thematic structure as well as the size of the works made it possible to exhibit a large yet approachable group show at the fair. Additionally, we wanted the series to live on after the fair and therefore we decided to publish a website presenting the Huuto Alphabet exhibition.

The series is now on display at the gallery.
We hope you have an enjoyable experience.


Marja Viitahuhta (coordinator and generator of the series)