visual arts

Veijo Baltzar has done visual arts since the late 1960’s. His works were presented at the exhibition for young artists in Ateneum Art Museum, Helsinki in 1970. Since then Baltzar has had numerous exhibitions in different parts of Finland, Sweden and Czech Republic, part of which are listed below.


1991   Raudan takaa (Behind the Iron) Exhibition with

           Oili Marski in the library of Rautalampi.

1991   Kiven aika (The Time of the Stone) Exhibition

           with Oili Marski in Kuopio, Gallery Vintti.

2004   Mustalaisten Tie (The Road of Gypsies).

           Photography and visual art exhibition, Cultural

           Centre Caisa, Helsinki.

2010   Barvalo Drom – Viable Roma culture. Cultural

           Centre Caisa, Helsinki. Exhibition presenting

           Romani history, culture and art; visual art,

           photography, installations. Initiator and main

           organizer of the exhibition. The

           exhibitionpresented a collection of my latest

           art works, part of which reflected the

           experience of Holocaust by Romani people.

2012  "Miranda – the Roma Holocaust. Who’s afraid

           of the White Man?". A touring exhibition

           about the Roma Holocaust. Project director,

           design and implementation. Production:     

           Drom Association.

           Opening: City of Kouvola 7.3.2012,

           other venues 2012-2017:

           Tuusniemi, cities of Mikkeli, Pieksämäki,   

           Lappeenranta, Jyväskylä, Turku, Rauma, 

           Iisalmi, Vantaa, Vaasa, Kokkola, Espoo and   

           Helsinki (The National Museum of Finland 13

           Sep 2013 – 23 Mar 2014).

The national museum of finland
Norhern Tango
Latin Art Gallery, Praha, Czech
20. 11.–18. 12. 2014