Aalto University photography students on display in Paris Photo 2016

Student work with be on shown as part of Gallery Taik Persons show at the highly esteemed Paris Photo international art fair of photography.
Dialogue by Noora Sandgren

Paris Photo is an international art fair of photography held annually since 1997 in Paris, France. Paris Photo reunites an exceptional selection of artworks from vintage works to contemporary creations, from the world’s premier galleries. In the year 2016 the fair will bring together 60 000 visitors, 153 galleries, collectors, curators, artists and art aficionados.

Gallery Taik Persons as one of the galleries in the fair, will present works from Aalto University’s students of photography and alumni. Works from Hilla Kurki, Noora Sandgren, Niko Luoma, Jaakko Kahilaniemi, Nelli Palomäki, Eeva Karhu and Anna Reivilä will be presented at the Gallery Taik Persons stand during the fair. 

Opening hours:
November 10-13, 2016 
12 noon - 8 pm from Thursday to Saturday 
12 noon - 7 pm on Sunday

Grand Palais 
Avenue Winston Churchill 
75008 Paris

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