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Aalto University photography students on display in Vienna

From now until 25 September 2016 all eyes will be on viennacontemporary.
Vienna Contemporary

From now until 25 September 2016 all eyes will be on viennacontemporary (http://www.viennacontemporary.at/en/) when Austria’s largest international art fair — with 112 galleries from 28 countries — demonstrates its innovativeness with an ambitious program that highlight Vienna’s increasingly important role in the international art market.

As one of this year’s special presentations – Nordic Highlights — Aalto University’s students of photography, along with the faculty and alumni having affiliation to the renowned ‘Helsinki School’, will be represented in the program by Gallery Taik Persons.   As part of these “Nordic Highlights” the fair invited and selected a group of galleries from the Nordic Countries which they will highlight throughout the fair with guided tours and further special events.This includes works from 10 including Jaako KahilaniemiPertti KekarainenHilla KurkiKira Leskinen,  Niko LuomaJuuso NoronkoskiAnna ReiviläNoora SandgrenEa Vasko, and Mikko Rikala (as a solo presentation with Rotwand Gallery, Zurich).

 

Opening hours:

22–23 September 2016:  11 am – 7 pm 

24–25 September 2016:  11 am – 6 pm          

 

Location:

Marx Halle

Karl-Farkas-Gasse 19 

1030 Vienna

Austria

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