We are now releasing the very first issue of HELSINKI PHOTO NEWS with 90-pages on issuu available for free. The magazine is in English and also includes Finnish translations of all exhibited artists. Enjoy reading!
Helsinki Photo Festival Portfolio Reviews were held August 28-29, 2020 at the Ateljee facility of The National Museum of Finland. 43 artists from 3 continents applied to get review sessions with leading experts in the field of photography including Curators, Festival Directors, Acquisitions Editors for photography and many more. The jury is pleased to announce the winners of the festival’s portfolio reviews now.
Two of the most experienced and celebrated photographers, a Finnish-American photographer Arno Rafael Minkkinen and a Finnish photographic artist Stefan Bremer will talk about their 3 decades of artist career and photographic education.
Due to Covid19 travel restrictions Arno Rafael Minkkinen will safely participate online from his Finnish Caravan tent at Foster’s Pond in the US and Stefan Bremer you can meet and listen to at the Auditorium of the National Museum of Finland.
Accomplished Finnish photographer Elina Brotherus (b.1972) meets with celebrated talent Svante Gullichsen (b.1994) on September 4 and the two will talk about their works and approaches in photography.
Meet and learn from Elina Brotherus and Svante Gullichsen.
The Helphoto team is proud to present to the public a third edition of their international visual arts event, Helsinki Photo Festival 2020. The festival, organized from July 7th to September 30th, will attract photo enthusiasts to exhibitions of 58 international and Nordic photographers spread all over the City of Helsinki. The theme for the festival is Trust, a vital cornerstone for every society given the challenging times the world has been facing throughout 2020.
Helsinki Photo Festival’s international jury is pleased to announce the winners of the festival’s theme Trust. The jury congratulates all winners from 5 continents and thanks all artists who participated in this year’s contest.
Helsinki Photo Festival is proud to announce 94 shortlisted candidates who have entered our annual Open Call competition and submitted images in a theme of Trust to be exhibited at the Helsinki Photo Festival 2020.
Are you passionate about visual arts and contemporary photography?
Would you like to gain some practical experience in exhibition making, event organizing, content writing or digital promotion? Join us and become a volunteer at the biggest photography festival in Finland!
Helsinki Photo Festival 2020 is in a need of volunteers in the period between July 7 to September 30, 2020.
Helsinki Photo Festival will be organized from July 7 to September 30, despite the current unfortunate situation with COVID-19. Our theme for 2020 is Trust, a vital cornerstone for every society in challenging times like now. The call for submissions is open until April 23rd and we have already received a number of outstanding works from all over the world.
Helsinki Photo Festival invites all artists and photographers from all over the world to submit their work(s) for this year’s festival theme Trust. We aim to select +40 artists works to exhibit in solo- and group exhibitions during the festival period, July 7th-September 30th 2020.
Night of the Arts, August 15th – Helsinki Photo Festival has opened their main exhibition at one of the most iconic historic warehouses in Helsinki, the Old Customs House / Katajanokan Tulli- ja Pakkehuone (entrance from Katajanokanlaituri). The theme for this year is “Anarchy”, and the exhibition presents the works of 50 winning finalists, including 25 winners of the Best Image competition and a multimedia presentation of 24 shortlisted artists from all over the world.
Helsinki Photo Festival July 5 – September 9, 2019 brings photography to the streets by exhibiting the work of 50 Nordic and international photographers in various easily accessible outdoor and indoor exhibitions throughout Helsinki. The theme all photographers are working with this year is Anarchy..
72 photographers were shortlisted and 50 were selected as winners while 25 images made it in The Best Image competition to be experienced in solo- and group exhibitions during the festival period. The exhibitions will take place in historic warehouses, libraries, parks and waterfront areas..