Cable Factory, Tallberginkatu 1 G, Helsinki
Tue–Sun 11–18, Wed 11–20, Mon closed
10 € / 5 € / free admission with Museokortti and for under 18-year-olds
Bright Hours refers to something past – an uncertain place that does not exist, something fragile and indefinite. The project is based on Karl Henrik Edlund's journeys to the Arctic North and northwest Russia in 2008–2013. The series also contains photographs from Edlund's everyday life in Saint Petersburg and the Åland islands.
The photographic artist Andrei Lajunen (1969–1999) considered the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein's works On Certainty and Remarks on Colour to be some of the most important influences behind his artistic thinking and practice. The set of works, on view at our museum's collection corner Kuvakulma, was created during Lajunen's first years of study at the University of Art and Design Helsinki.
The Finnish Museum of Photography is located at Cable Factory (Kaapelitehdas) in Ruoholahti, Helsinki. We are open Tue–Sun 11am – 6pm, Wed 11am – 8pm, Mon closed. Admission 10 / 5 / 0 €.
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