The exhibition takes us to the United States of the 1960s, to a particular moment and place in history, and reminds us of the role of photography as an intermediary between memories and collective remembrance.
More than 2,000 collection photos are digitally available in Finna. The material includes photographic art, early history of photography, portraits, snapshots, fashion photographs, photojournalism and much more. New images will be published regularly in Finna.
‘Looking to Understand Inclusion’ is a 2-year project funded through the European Union’s Erasmus+ programme. It aims to support educators from local arts and education communities to use the Visual Thinking Strategies method to promote social inclusion with children.
Take a look at our collections! There are hundreds of free-to-use photographs on our Flickr Commons account. When reusing the images, please include an attribution to the photographer and the Finnish Museum of Photography. When using the photos online, please also provide a link to our Flickr page, so others can explore and use our collections.
The Finnish Museum of Photography is Finland's national specialized museum for photography. Through exhibitions, collection management, research, education and a wide range of public and community programmes, the museum strives to promote and foster photographic art and culture in Finland. Founded on the initiative of Finnish photography organizations, the museum opened its doors in 1969.