Jyrki Parantainen | Poetic Realities

Jyrki Parantainen | Poetic Realities

Exhibition: 14 March – 25 June 2020
Venue: Lindenstraße 35, 10969 Berlin

Persons Projects proudly presents a collection of Jyrki Parantainen’s photographs which focus on his fascination with poetic realities. These selected works reflect his interest in how we define what a landscape is. Parantainen states "it’s much more than just a sum of shapes, colors, and light. It’s the universe with all it’s manifestations: grief, longing, dreams, beauty, world politics, environmental disasters, and violence. It’s about the past, the present and the future." 
A Fresh Breeze from the North | The Helsinki School at Kunsthalle St. Annen, Lübeck

A Fresh Breeze from the North | The Helsinki School at Kunsthalle St. Annen, Lübeck

Exhibition: 26 January – 26 July, 2020 
Address: St. Annen-Str. 15, 23552, Lübeck
Participating artists: Elina Brotherus | Joakim Eskildsen | Ilkka Halso | Tiina Itkonen | Jaakko Kahilaniemi | Sanna Kannisto | Anni Leppälä | Susanna Majuri | Riitta Päiväläinen | Jorma Puranen | Mikko Rikala | Santeri Tuori

Persons Projects / The Helsinki School is happy to announce the participation of a group of artists of The Helsinki School in the exhibition A Fresh Breeze from the North at Kunsthalle St. Annen, Lübeck .

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A Kiss Given by Time to Light

A Kiss Given by Time to Light

Opening: Saturday and Sunday, 23 – 24 May, 2020, 12 – 6 pm 
Exhibition: 23 May – 25 June, 2020 
Venue: Persons Projects / Helsinki School, Lindenstraße 34, 10969 Berlin 

Persons Projects welcomes you to join us 23 and 24 May 2020 for the opening of A Kiss Given by Time to Light, a group exhibition featuring Timo Kelaranta, Niko Luoma, Pertti Kekarainen, Niina Vatanen and Kira Leskinen. 

It’s a tribute to Timo Kelaranta’s influence as a mentor, teacher and artist in how his experimentations with abstraction has inspired one generation after another from the Helsinki School. This exhibition reflects upon how all these artists use the photographic process as a means to exercise their own sense for essentiality in defining how they collect time through multiple exposures inspired by sound, space, color and light. Looking back over the past thirty years, Timo Kelaranta must now be considered one of the first photographic pioneers in the Nordic region to explore the numerous possibilities of abstraction as a voice in visual poetry.