Installations & Assemblages

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Syli (The Lap) -installation Annukka Mikkola & Tikke Tuura, Annantalo Helsinki, Finland 2014 - The publication at Valentine's Day -
Brooklyn-based Lithuanian sculptor Aidas Bareikis continues to mine the world’s junk for his intense sculptural accumulations. Here, ‘Too Much Seaweed’ suggests a global warming meltdown or a calving of the planet. (At Canada New York on the Lower East Side through Dec 4th). Aidas Bareikis, Too Much Seaweed, globes and fabric cut-offs on flower pot stand, 50.5 x 21.5 x 12 inches, 2016.
A tiny voice, mixed media, 2015, Annukka Mikkola
Katharsis (What Global Warming really means? ) 2008 Annukka Mikkola photo Sanna Peurakoski
The Nests of Weaving bird (Annukka Mikkola) in a big installation at Annantalo Helsinki Finland 2014
13 nests in Nest-installation - one nest is without any hole (the black one) - Design Annukka Mikkola, Sinkka Kerava Finland 2016-14
Puolinainen ( The Incomplete Lady) 2011 - oil painting- Annukka Mikkola
Moderni Käspaikka - Leikin loppu (The cover of towels) oil painting  ready made 2011 Annukka Mikkola
Installation Lanka-aivot in Dix Gallery 2008 Annukka Mikkola - photo Sanna Peurakoski
A girl of the hedgehog - assemblage Annukka Mikkola -  photo Sanna Peurakoski Dix Gallery Helsinki 2008

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The Bear Stand (Winnie-the-Pooh) 2012
Pikkusakki 2000
a conqueror (close-up) 2012
Matrioska - assemblage Annukka Mikkola - photos Sanna Peurakoski 2008
Exhibition miss Räsy Nukke Dix Gallery Helsinki 2008 together photography Sanna Peurakoski - assemblages and paintings Annukka Mikkola - photos Sanna Peurakoski
Assemblages Pikkusakki & Matrioska (Pikku Maatuska) Annukka Mikkola, Photos Sanna Peurakoski Dix Gallery 2008
A girl of the hedgehog - assemblage Annukka Mikkola -  photo Sanna Peurakoski Dix Gallery Helsinki 2008
Kummalapsi - assemblage Annukka Mikkola, photos Sanna Peurakoski 2008
Tintamareski - Tuulensuoja - The Shelter of the Wind - detail - 215 cm x 170 cm - 2011 Annukka Mikkola
The Window to the childhood
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