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ECOLOGICAL FALLACY

Helsinki Photography Biennial
27.3.-27.7.2014

The spring and summer seasons at the Finnish Museum of Photography are dedicated to ecological issues. The museum’s principal gallery is taken over by the main exhibition of the Helsinki Photography Biennial 2014, which is curated by curator/researcher Basak Senova from Turkey.                      

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Barbaros Kayan, from the photo series Occupy Taksim, 2013, Courtesy of the artist.

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OBJECTS ON OIL

Mustarinda at the Helsinki Photography Biennial 2014

 27.3.-27.7.2014

 

 

The Mustarinda Association has worked on and deepened the theme of the Helsinki Photography Biennial, which this year concentrates on ecological questions.

Mustarinda has built a section for the exhibition called Objects on Oil, which evaluates the changes in our concept of and relationship with nature from the viewpoints of archives, architecture, forest, and energy.

 

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Jussi Kivi: Atmospheric Phenomena – 22 ° Circular Halo above the tank foundations from the series Gardens & Theatrical Landscapes, 2013, at Jätkäsaari Makasiini L3.

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Instagram images from more than 60 years ago

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Galleria Kontupiste
from 3 April to 31 May 2014

The nearly 15-year-old girls, Kristiina Loog, Maiken Märs, Melissa Rohejärv and Merili Ruuto, have been browsing through photographs of more than 60 years old by the Uusi Suomi newspaper's photographers, from a collection held by the Finnish Museum of Photography, and have found in them the same topics and moods that they share on Instagram or Facebook on a daily basis.

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Glimpses of the Unattainable

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PROJECT SPACE

 21.3.-18.5.2014

The exhibition is based on materials donated to the Finnish Museum of Photography by an amateur photographer Helvi Ahonen.

A joint effort between the curator Mirjami Schuppert and two artists, Hertta Kiiski and Niina Vatanen, the exhibition explores the photographic archive as something that generates multiple meanings and that is a continuous and plentiful source of inspiration.

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Maija Blåfield: Golden Age 6

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PROCESS SPACE
24.1. -4.5. 2014

Golden Age 6 tells small stories and lets the viewer visit images that mostly speak of something entirely different than what they were intended to record.

The journey grows from originally unrelated documentary scenes to good stories, forgotten coincidences and moments imagined anew.

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online exhibitions

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Welcome to our online exhibitions From Misty Morning to Composition – Art Photography in Post-war Finland and Nature Photographs of the Year in Finland.

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Picks from the Collection

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Picks from the Collection is the series, which presents photographs belonging to the collection.

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Videos about the artists in the exhibition Ecological Fallacy

Watch the artists talk about their work! In the short videos six artists talk about their works, which are on display in the exhibition Ecological Fallacy, part of Helsinki Photography Biennial 2014. You can watch the videos here or in the exhibition space at the museum with the help of QR-codes.

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Portfolio Meeting 28.4.

The Finnish Museum of Photography arranges an annual Portfolio Meeting for the fifth time on Monday 28.4.2014.


It is a meeting for artist photographers and for specialists in the field. The aim is to help them to meet and discuss issues involved in photography.

The artists get an opportunity to meet specialists in the field, show them their work, talk about their plans, and get feedback. 


The last day to apply is on Monday 31.3.2014.

 

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OPEN INVITATION FOR PROJECT EXHIBITION SPACE

The Finnish Museum of Photography’s Project Space at the Cable Factory is an open-application exhibition space. The open call for year 2015 is now organized for fifth time and for the time being the last time.

 

Applications are open to anyone worldwide – both professionals and students – making photographic art. Applications can also be submitted in the name of workgroups.

 

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The Finnish Museum of Photography on Flickr and the Kuvia kaikille website

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Atelier Eric Sundström: Sculptor Walter Runeberg in his studio, 1910's (1980's). Silver gelatin print from original glass plate negative. The Finnish Museum of Photography.


View, comment on and use our photographs!


You are welcome to view, use and comment on images from the collections of the Finnish Museum of Photography! We are improving the accessibility of our collections, by making photographs available on Flickr and the Kuvia kaikille website.

 

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The History of the Finnish Museum of Photography

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The Foundation for the Finnish Museum of Photography was set up by Finland`s main photographic organizations on 6.5.1969. The Museum’s first exhibition and storage spaces were at Korkeavuorenkatu Street 2 in Ullanlinna, Helsinki.

 

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The Finnish Museum of Photography
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