Swedish photographer JH Engström (b. 1969) is known for his personal photographic series, in which he has expressively documented himself and those around him. The exhibition at the Finnish Museum of Photography is, to date, the broadest sample of JH Engström’s artistic production, with photographs from 1991 to 2017.
The eight photographic artists featured in the Finnish Landscape exhibition were selected through an open call in the spring of 2018. The exhibition is curated by the Photobooks from Finland group.
7.9.2018 to 11.11.2018
Äimärautio is a community that revolves around a deep passion and commitment to horses. In her series of photographs, shot in Oulu, Finland, Kati Leinonen examines the relationship between horses and humans.
16.11.2018 to 13.1.2019
A new video work by Iiris Kaarlehto and Inka Kynkäänniemi discusses the will to give up power and the pleasure of becoming a non-subject.
5.12.2018 to 24.2.2019
This group exhibition by three well-known makers of photographic art will mostly present completely new works. All three artists have long featured in their own works, acting as material for their art.
About the museum
The Finnish Museum of Photography' has four exhibition spaces: Main Exhibition Space, Project Space, Process Space and Angle Space. The museum's exhibition team plans the exhibition programme based on the museum's exhibition strategy, looking two to three years ahead into the future. The exhibitions at Project Space are selected annualy in an open call.