Street Photo Walk 14.9. - Lorenzo 'SerraGlia' Servi
Street Photo Walks are series of events devoted to revealing the secrets of street photography, training one’s eye to spot what tends to go unnoticed and capturing the candid life on street. Organized by the Finnish Museum of Photography, these walks are led by street photographers and enthusiasts of urban landscape that share their gaze, tips and tricks – Kasperi Kropsu, Naser Bayat & Ignacio Pérez Pérez, Jaana Rinne, Jari Pulkkinen, and Lorenzo ‘SerraGlia’ Servi.
This Street Photo Walk is organized as part of the Helsinki Design Week programme.
In our everyday places, do we perceive the beauty designed by accident? Do we stop to appreciate it? How can we find extraordinary sights along our daily routes?
This Street Photo Walk is a refreshing workshop run by Lorenzo ‘SerraGlia’ Servi, an Italian-born architect, visual artist/designer living in Finland. Inspired by the Readymade and Situationist movements, this Street Photo Walk aims to transform the banal into the extraordinary, the unseen into things to admire. Participants are invited to explore the urban scape with new eyes, observe the city from a more curious perspective and photograph interesting urban findings.
Duration of the walk is approximately two hours.
Price: 15 EUR
Bring your own device (camera or phone) and dress according to the weather. The maximum number of participants is 10 for every tour and safety distances will be observed. The event is held in English.
Link to registration
A confirmation email and additional information will be sent to those who have successfully purchased the ticket. (NB: Please check your spam folder!)
Purchased tickets can’t be returned, in case you can’t attend the walk, gift your ticket to someone who would love to join the Street Photo Walk.
THE WALK IS SOLD OUT
During the walks, participants are encouraged to share their photos on Instagram using the hashtag #valokuvamuseophotowalk