Nanna Susi is a Finnish contemporary artist (born in 1967). In the beginning of 21st century she lived and worked few years in Rome, Italy, and nowadays she is located in Helsinki, Finland.
Susi is a passionate person. She is also a disciplined artist who seeks inspiration from her search for perfection and her ability as a painter to camouflage the multidimensional architecture of her works in a vivacious expressionist guise. For Susi, painting is a field of display for the energies and currents that constitute life.
After her graduation from the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts in 1997, Susi rose to prominence through Tampere Art Museum’s exhibition “Young Artist of the Year 2000”. Ever since, she has held numerous private shows around Finland and Europe, and has taken part in group-exhibitions on an international scale. Susi was showcased in a vast exhibition "Underneath the Eyes" at the Helsinki Art Museum (HAM) during 2012-2013.
Susi's paintings are included in many Finnish collections, for example in Helsinki, Tampere and Lahti art museums, EMMA art museum in Espoo, KONE foundation collections and many private, foreign collections, e.g. South Africa, Italy, France, Germany, England, Switzerland, Egypt, India and USA.
Incoming Summer Exhibitions 2016
Group Exhibition: Mikko Hallikainen, Nanna Susi, Katja Tukiainen
Galleria G12, Kuopio, Finland
Group Exhibition: PYHÄNIEMI 2016
Pyhäniemi, Hollola / Lahti, Finland
Delight / Ilonaiheita, 120 x 250 cm, oil on canvas, 2016
On-going Project 2015—2019
Read more information on the Blue and Red Art Project.