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Exhibition: Buy grapes, plums, get to know yourself

Master’s Thesis exhibition of the Photography programme is a combination of photography, video and installation.
Aalto Matti: Schizophrenia I, 2020, triptych, 170cm x 42,5cm
Matti Aalto: Schizophrenia I, 2020, triptych, 170cm x 42,5cm

Master’s Thesis exhibition of the Photography programme Buy grapes, plums, get to know yourself is on display 04.02.–25.04.2021 at Porvoo Art Hall and Gallery Vanha Kappalaisentalo. The diverse collection of works from different starting points examine the nature of the daily life and surrounding realities.

The artists:
Matti Aalto
Lotta Djupsund
Dominik Fleischmann
Jo Hislop
Janette Holmström
Mari Kaakkola
Kaapo Kamu
Ida Lehtonen
Rasmus Mäkelä
Taika Oja
Sanni Saarinen

Address:
Porvoo Art Hall | Gallery Vanha Kappalaisentalo                                                 
Läntinen Aleksanterinkatu 1 | Välikatu 13
06100 Porvoo

Read more about the exhibition here.

Links to the virtual exhibitions:

Porvoo Art Hall
Gallery Vanha Kappalaisentalo

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