Äimärautio photobook is still available and sold by Raw View Editons. It tells a story of a community where people share a common passion for horses. Through portraiture and landscape images it explores the contemporary horse cultures.
Äimärautio photo book was chosen to Photobook Exhibitions in both Belfast Photo Festifal
June 2019 and Athens Photo Festival in June 2019.
Äimärautio exhibition opens at Oulu Art museum on June 14th. The exhibition ocupies the main hall of the museum and the video space, which includes a brand new three channel video installation Unattainable – An Attemp to Capture The Essence of A Horse. It pictures a moving horse and continues to explores my fascination with horses and the aesthetic experience around horses. The exhibition is on till August 8th.
After Mood (self-portrait) was shortlisted in The Head On Portrait Prize 2019 and is showing till May 9th at the Festival Hub in Paddington Town Hall, Sydney
Äimärautio project won one of the Vogue Italia Prizes of the PHmuseum 2018 Women Photographers Grant! It was selected by Chiara Bardelli Nonino and is now published in online Vogue Italia.
Äimärautio project was picked by the PHmuseum as the Story of the Week.
Äimärautio project also won one of the Vogue Italia Prizes of the PHmuseum 2018 Women Photographers Grant! It was selected by Chiara Bardelli Nonino and will be published on Vogue Italia.
Äimärautio photobook is a story of a community where people share a common passion for horses. Through portraiture and landscape images it explores the contemporary horse cultures. It is published and sold by Raw View Editons
My self-portrait After Mood will be exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery in London as part of the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2018 from October 18th till January 27th.
Part of my exhibition Äimärautio will be shown at the Finnish Museum of Photography’s Project Space from September.
Äimärautio is a place rich in encounters between human and horse. It is a community where horses are a way of life, and where people are united by the horse. The simple and direct encounters in my images reflect human passion and human commitment to horses. I explore through photography the need to be around horses and tell quiet stories about the contemporary horse culture.
”Common Dreams – Three Stories About the Relationship Between Man and Horse” exhibition at VB Photographic Center brings together the works of three finnish female photographers; Wilma Hurskainen, Kati Leinonen and Johanna Sjövall.