Friday, June 17, 2016

Photo Exhibitions in Budapest & Helsinki



Whether you are in Budapest or in Helsinki right now, there is an interesting photo exhibition in both cities. 

In Budapest you can see a joint exhibition of three Hungarian artist Anikó Robits, Réka Bohus and Ágnes Eperjesi. Look like paintings but they are very detailed photos. Beautiful compositions! The exhibition takes place in TOBE Gallery. It's a small gallery owned by Bea Puskás and Tomas Opitz at Herzen utca 6 in XIII district in Budapest. 

I got totally fascinated by the 2 photos with extreme closed-up Bauhaus details taken in Berlin by Aniko Robitz.  

The Triangle exhibition is open until July 6.


Worth visiting!



In Helsinki there's an exhibition called "Kymmenen valoa" (= ten lights) by a group called Ryhmä 10. Interesting photos by 10 different photographers in Kamera Gallery. The place is in the premises of Kameraseura at Lastenkodinkuja 1 in a short walking distance from the very centre of the city.

"Circles of life" by Johanna Friskberg got my attention immediately. It's a beautifully displayed collage of black and white photos all with something round in them. A round form represents continuity, eye follows it continuously.

The exhibition is on until June 22,so hurry up! 



39 comments:

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  2. It seems to be an amazing experience to visit an exhibition like this! Amazing photos and thanks for sharing it with us!

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    1. You are welcome! Great and inspiratonal exhibitions!

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  3. Wow, I wish I was in the area to see this exhibit myself! It totally looks like one I would enjoy! Thanks for spreading the word!

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    1. You're welcome, Megan! Absolutely both exhibitons are great!

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  4. The triangle exhibition looks pretty darn special, I find art and photography fascinating, especially when visiting another country it is a great marker of cultural norms.

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  5. I love art galleries and photo exhibitions. Great inspirational post!

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  6. Checking out the photography exhibition would be great. I'd love to see all of those photographers' work.

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  7. oh my!!! This photography is breath taking!!! I could stare at these photos all day!

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  8. Just love the combinations of the spots in the exibit. From very lively and colorful shapes to black and white portraits. I like most the frames of the trees. :)

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    1. That one tree in different exposure is a great idea!

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  9. How lovely it would be to be in one of those cities! I wouldn't miss an exhibit as beautiful as those two. Thanks for sharing a preview of the art works! We can admire them from a distance at least.

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  10. We love exhibitions because they're so inspiring!
    http://hangaroundtheworld.com/en/

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  11. I wish I could visit more photo exhibitions. These are halfway across the world but I'd love to inject more art and culture into my week. I guess I'll settle for these wonderful pictures you've shared here.

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    1. Thank you, Louisa! Yes, it would be so great to have mor culture in our weeks.

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  12. This gallery is beautiful! I've always wanted to go to one and now I think ill make more of an effort to do so.

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  13. Haven`t been to a photo exhibition in such a long time. Thanks for sharing ^_^

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    1. You're welcome! Hope this inspired you to go more often :)

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  14. Lovely photos...I particularly like the black and white ones, along with the forest photos. :)

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  15. Thank you for sharing this photo exhibit. I appreciate the photos displayed in the exhibit. They`re fascinating to me.

    ❀ With Love, Kathryn (from http://www.TheGracefulMist.com) ❀

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  16. The Helsinki one looks interesting, plus I've never been there!

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    1. You should visit Helsinki now during the summer :)

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  17. Those photos look lovely. Two things i have noticed quite often during photo exhibitions. 1. You are not allowed to photograph them. 2. even if you try and photograph the brilliant lights make it difficult to hide the shadows and reflections.

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    1. That is true! In both places I asked if it's ok to take photos. It's also a kind of promoting for them when publishing pics of the event.

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  18. I love going to look at art, whether a gallery, exhibit, or museum. In this case, I really love the black and white photographs.

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    1. It's always a great feeling to see something new and inspiring.

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  19. I love the variety here, especially the black and white prints xxx

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    1. There're very different kind of photos in both exhibitions.

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  20. This all looks really pretty, i love visiting galleries

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    1. Great to hear! They are such inspirational places.

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