august, 2021


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04aug(aug 4)7:00 pm30sep(sep 30)4:00 pmInternational photo exhibition at Vantaa Art Museum Artsi & Paalutori

Event Details

An exhibition with various works of +30 international artists from the festival’s annual open call finalists will be presented at Vantaa Art Museum Artsi and on a +50m long exhibition on a wall fence provided by construction companies Hartela and Fira from August 4-September 30.

On August 26, a free of charge guided tour will be arranged as part of the Taiteiden Yö (Night of Arts). Time and meeting point to be announced.

Vantaa Art Museum Artsi Exhibition – Window Decals
Alex McBride / UK
Jake Eshelman / US
Carlo Bevilacqua / IT
Javier Corso / ES
Maria de la Paz Gutierrez / AR
Maria Gruzdeva / RU
Carla Kogelman / NL
Christian Bobst / CH
Sabine Findeisen / DE
Bertha Wang / HK
Carlotta Guerra / IT
Laura J. Bennett / US
Kai Yokoyama / JP
Andrei Liankevich / BY
He Bo / CN

Vantaa Art Museum Artsi Exhibition – Banners
Thomas Victor & Felix Adler / DE
Jooeun Bae / KR
Robert Basci / HU
Charlotte Mariën / BE
Nikita Teryoshin / RU

Hartela and Fira Wall Fence Exhibition
Tom Price / UK
Cletus Nwadike / NG-SE
Alain Schroeder / BE
Felix Schöppner / DE
Matjaz Tancic / SI
Paola Jimenez / PE
Gabriele Cecconi / IT
Ryan Carter / CA
R.J. Kern / US
Ilir Tsouko / AL
Charlotte Lakits / FR
Katja Repina / RU
Susana Girón / ES
Peter Pflügler / AT
Alessio Maximilian Schroder / IT
Arnaud Montagard / FR
Oğulcan Arslan / TR
Linda Bournane Engelberth / NO
Sine Niemeyer / DE

Helsinki Photo Festival is a visual arts event focused on photography opening for the public July 7 and ends September 30. The fourth edition on the theme Fearless to be exhibited in the whole metropolitan area. The event is held annually and brings a new art experience to Greater Helsinki. In a period of 12 weeks curated photography exhibitions can be discovered 24/7 in public spaces and at cultural institutions. The festival will present the works of 62 artists from 30 countries with new works which have not been shown before in Finland. The varied program also includes artist talks, workshops, seminars, and portfolio reviews.

Spectators can safely visit all exhibitions provided keeping safe distance and follow government recommendations and advice.

www.artsimuseo.com 

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Time

August 4 (Wednesday) 7:00 pm - September 30 (Thursday) 4:00 pm

Organizer

Helsinki Photo FestivalHelsinki Photo Festival ry is a cultural non-profit association created to attract interest and disseminate information on photography and visual media in Finland and abroad.info@helsinkiphotofestival.com

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