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Title:
Rauma Biennale Balticum 2012 - Human Nature
When:
06.09.2012 - 09.09.2012
Where:
Rauma Art Museum - Rauma
Category:
Exhibitions

Description

In summer 2012 the 14th Rauma Biennale Balticum exhibition in Rauma Art Museum in Finland will present a current choice of artistic outcome of charting the territories of human nature. The exhibition is looking for answers through art to what is natural for human being and how artists in countries around the Baltic Sea are treating this subject in their works. 

Venue

Map
Venue:
Rauma Art Museum   -   Website
Street:
Kuninkaankatu 37
ZIP:
26100
City:
Rauma
Country:
Country: fi

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