Markus Jäntti-Tuominen


was born in Finland in 1994. He  works on a project-by-project basis employing various artistic media such as video, animation, painting, sculpture and drawing. In his work he explores cultural myths and symbols that over time become banal objects of mass production and lose their original meaning. He studied as a master student at the Berlin University of the Arts, class of Professor Robert Lucander and participated in the Master’s programme “Studio Art” at Hunter College, New York. In 2020 Jäntti-Tuominen’s Unicorn Stories exhibition was presented at the Finnish Institute in Germany in Berlin as part of its Visiting Art/ist programme. 



CV


Born; 1994
Nationality; Finnish


Education:

2013–2019 Universität der Künste Berlin, Fachklasse Professor Robert Lucander, Meisterschüler der Künste

2018 Hunter College, City University of New York, MFA programme in studio art

Group exhibitions:

Vague, Hilbertraum, Berlin, Germany 2022

Reykjavik Arts Festival, Reykjavik, Iceland 2022

Heads, Gallery Marianne Heller, Heidelberg, Germany 2022

Mänttä Art Festival 2018, Mänttä, Finland

GIFC, Fisher Parrish, Brooklyn, USA 2018

Showpiece by pro temp, Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen, Denmark 2018

Auswahlausstellung Märkisches Stipendium für Bildende Kunst 2017, Städtische Galerie Iserlohn, Iserlohn, Germany


Solo exhibitions:

Slow Down - Gnomes at Play, Galleri Apoteket, Romakloster, Sweden, 2022

Geschichten von Einhörnern – Unicorn Stories, Finnland Institut in Deutschland, Berlin, Germany, 2020

Trampoliini – Trampolinen, ARTag Galerie, Helsinki, Finland 2018

I.M.M.J. – It's the Most Marvellous Joy, VAERK_stedet, Copenhagen, Denmark 2017

Residencies:

Tapiola Guest studio, The Finnish Artists’ Studio Foundation, Espoo, Finland 2020

Publications:

Geschichten von Einhörnern – Unicorn Stories, Finnland Institut in Deutschland (edit Dr Christine Nippe), 2020

Et le passé revit le temps d’une visite

(And the past comes alive again for a visit), Argobooks, 2022

Memberships:

MUU Artists’ Association


Photos: Bernhard Ludewig
© Jäntti-Tuominen 2022