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Soile Yli-Mäyry
Born 1950, Kuortane, Finland

Soile Yli-Mäyry of Finland, a painter for more than 25 years, makes her paintings by using a palette knife. She uses paint in three ways: a thin, even coat, thick lines and by scraping lines into the painted area for a three-dimensional look. The main theme in Yli-Mäyry´s work is humanity and people´s alienation from nature in the urban world.  Since her arts studies at the Arts Academy in Stuttgart in Germany (1972-75 she has had about 250 solo exhibitions since 1976 in 25 different countries; Japan, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, India, Latin America, United States, Dubai and in many countries in Europe.

Besides the career as painter Mrs. Yli-Mäyry studies political science and has taken her Licentiate´s degree in Political Science at the University of Helsinki.

Hemsida: www.soileyli-mayry.com
Art: Paintings and glass sculptures by Soile Yli-Mäyry

Selected Solo Exhibitions
Helsinki (5 exhibitions)
Lahti Art Museum (1991)
Vaasa Art Hall (1976, 1985)
Oslo Art Museum, Hyvinkää Art Museum (1990)
Turku (7 exhibitions)
Stockholm (12 exhibitions since 1987)
Gothenburg (since 1988)
Oslo (2001)
Copenhagen (ART COPENHAGEN 2009)
Cologne (1991, 2007)
Stuttgart
Frankfurt
Basel
Zurich
London
Rome
Paris (2008, 2009)
Luzern (2009)

Miami (2005, 2009)
New York (12 exhibitions since 1989)
Washington (1998)
Irving Art Center (Texas 2001)
Toronto (2001)
Rio de Janeiro (Rio Design Center 1998)
Sao Paulo (Museu de Casa Barsileira 1999)
Buenos Aires (Centro Cultural Recoleta 1999)
Lima (Centro Cultural  PUCP 1999)
Santiago de Chile
Mexico City (2000)

Tokyo (18 exhibitions since 1990)
Saitama Museum of Modern Art (1999)
Yokohama
Kobe,  
Shanghai Art Museum (1997, 1999, 2002, 2005)
Hong Kong (1996, 1997, 2001)
Singapore (1999, 2002, 2005, 2007, 2009)
Taipei
Mumbai
Adu Dhabi (Cultural Foundation 1999)
Dubai (1999, 2003, 2006, 2008)
Jerusalem (1997)
Tel Aviv
Sydney (2001)

Sao Paulo (Pinacoteca Art Museum 2003)
New Delhi (Lalit Art Academy Gallery 2003, 2006)
Indian Trienale New Delhi (2005)
Beiing (China Art Museum 2003, 2008)
Shanghai (Zendai Museum of Modern Art 2006)
Chennai, India (2009)
Kolkata, India (2007)

 

 

 

 

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