Exhibitions

Eeva Karhu | Shadows Within

Eeva Karhu | Shadows Within

Opening: 11 September, 2020, 12 – 8 pm 
Exhibition: 11 September – 14 November, 2020 
Venue: Persons Projects | Helsinki School, Lindenstraße 34, 10969 Berlin

Persons Projects | Helsinki School is thrilled to present Eeva Karhu’s solo exhibition Shadows Within, opening on Friday, 11 of September 2020, on the occasion of the Berlin Art Week. The show will also be part of the European Month of Photography Berlin.

Eeva Karhu is one of the new generation of artists emerging from the Helsinki School who use nature and its seasonal passing as their personal barometer to measure and translate our world by the power of its presence in our daily lives.

She uses photographic process of layering one image upon another as her method for collecting the passage of time. This is most evident in her ongoing Path series, where she photographs the same walking route she takes from her home. After her walk, she compiles all the photographs together into one image to form the given moment they were taken in. Karhu continues this process throughout the year, creating her own visual calendar of time periods based on the harvesting of light from one moment to the next. 
Eeva Karhu | Shadows Within

Eeva Karhu | Shadows Within

Opening: 11 September, 2020, 12 – 8 pm 
Exhibition: 11 September – 14 November, 2020 
Venue: Persons Projects | Helsinki School, Lindenstraße 34, 10969 Berlin

Persons Projects | Helsinki School is thrilled to present Eeva Karhu’s solo exhibition Shadows Within, opening on Friday, 11 of September 2020, on the occasion of the Berlin Art Week. The show will also be part of the European Month of Photography Berlin.

Eeva Karhu is one of the new generation of artists emerging from the Helsinki School who use nature and its seasonal passing as their personal barometer to measure and translate our world by the power of its presence in our daily lives.

She uses photographic process of layering one image upon another as her method for collecting the passage of time. This is most evident in her ongoing Path series, where she photographs the same walking route she takes from her home. After her walk, she compiles all the photographs together into one image to form the given moment they were taken in. Karhu continues this process throughout the year, creating her own visual calendar of time periods based on the harvesting of light from one moment to the next. 
Santeri Tuori | Time Is No Longer Round

Santeri Tuori | Time Is No Longer Round

Opening: 11 September, 2020, 12 – 8 pm
Exhibition: 11 September – 14 November, 2020 
Venue: Persons Projects, Lindenstraße 35, 10969 Berlin

Persons Projects is delighted to present Santeri Tuori‘s solo exhibition Time Is No Longer Round, opening on Friday, 11 of September 2020, on the occasion of the Berlin Art Week. The show will also be part of the European Month of Photography Berlin.

Santeri Tuori uses a camera to engage with the properties of nature and its power of change over the past two decades. Forests, skies, lilies, and wind are only some of the basic elements you might find in any Nordic landscape, and all become items of Tuori’s interest and observation. How should we value these essential features that make up the northern scenery is the fundamental question that lies behind Tuori’s work and his fascination with the passage of time. 
Santeri Tuori | Time Is No Longer Round

Santeri Tuori | Time Is No Longer Round

Opening: 11 September, 2020, 12 – 8 pm
Exhibition: 11 September – 14 November, 2020 
Venue: Persons Projects, Lindenstraße 35, 10969 Berlin

Persons Projects is delighted to present Santeri Tuori‘s solo exhibition Time Is No Longer Round, opening on Friday, 11 of September 2020, on the occasion of the Berlin Art Week. The show will also be part of the European Month of Photography Berlin.

Santeri Tuori uses a camera to engage with the properties of nature and its power of change over the past two decades. Forests, skies, lilies, and wind are only some of the basic elements you might find in any Nordic landscape, and all become items of Tuori’s interest and observation. How should we value these essential features that make up the northern scenery is the fundamental question that lies behind Tuori’s work and his fascination with the passage of time. 

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