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Nurminen Matti - Käräjäkivet (1995)

  • Nurminen Matti - District Stones (1995). Photo: Tatu Kantomaa

    Nurminen Matti - District Stones (1995). Photo: Tatu Kantomaa

  • Nurminen Matti - District Stones (1995). Photo: Tatu Kantomaa

    Nurminen Matti - District Stones (1995). Photo: Tatu Kantomaa

  • Nurminen Matti - Käräjäkivet (1995). Kuva: Tatu Kantomaa

    Nurminen Matti - Käräjäkivet (1995). Kuva: Tatu Kantomaa

Nurminen Matti - Käräjäkivet (1995)

Doors as a public work of art are a rarity in Finland. In the door relief of the Court of Appeal, Rovaniemi native Matti Nurminen has stylised the old symbol of justice, a pre-Christian stone circle for holding court. Matti Nurminen was born in 1947 in Rovaniemi. Today, he lives and works in Helsinki. Nurminen is one of the pioneers of minimalist art in Finland.

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