Janne LehtinenSacred Bird

Janne Lehtinen
Sacred Bird

Published by: Hatje Cantz in 2005.
Format:30.80 x 23.70 cm, hardcover
Pages: 80 pages, 35 color illustrations
Text by: Didier Mouchel
Edited by:Le Château d'Eau
Graphic design by: Philippe Le Bihan
Language: English, French, Finnish
ISBN 978-3-7757-1681-9
Hatje Cantz

"German Photo Book Award," 2005

The desire to fly is as old as humanity itself. Icarus dreamed of it, Leonardo da Vinci became one of the first to invent and build flying machines, and for half a century, people have been flying into outer space. Finnish photographer Janne Lehtinen (*1970 in Karhula) has also dreamed of defying gravity. In his series Sacred Bird, he constantly presents himself with a peculiar flying machine, just about to take off into the air like a bird. Yet considering the simplicity of the makeshift machine, the young man's attempts seem as absurd as they are stirring. Lehtinen's father is a famous Finnish glider pilot, and so the photographs are not just an homage to the myth of flying and the Finnish landscape, but can also be interpreted as an autobiographical investigation. The Sacred Bird series, which Lehtinen worked on for several years, is presented for the first time in this volume.

Ilkka Halso

Published by: Gallery Anhava, 2005
Artists: Ilkka Halso
Exhibition catalogue
Ilkka Halso
Zofia Kulik: From Siberia to Cyberia and Other Works

Zofia Kulik: From Siberia to Cyberia and Other Works

Publisher: Museum Bochum, Kunsthalle Rostock 2005
Texts: Bożena Czubak, Hans Günter Golinski, and others
Design: Reschke, Steffens & Kruse Berlin/Köln
Format: 28,5 x 24,5 cm
Pages: 118
Language: German, English
ISBN 3-8093-0231-7

This publication was published on the occasion of the exhibition Zofia Kulik - From Sibiria to Cyberia and Other Works at the Museum Bochum (26th February - 17th April 2005) and the Kunsthalle Rostock (22nd May - 3rd July 2005). The exhibition catalogue contains texts by Bożena Czubak, Hans Günter Golinski, Sarah G. Wilson, and others.

Ulla Jokisalo

Published by: Musta Taide, 2005
Text: Arja Elovirta
Artist: Ulla Jokisalo
Graphic design: Jorma Hinkka
Portfolio with ten pigment prints and two appended sheets,
issue of twenty numbered and signed copies
Musta Taide
Ulla JokisaloFort-da
Die Vierte Generation – The Helsinki School

Die Vierte Generation – The Helsinki School

Published by: PPS Galerie, Hamburg, 2005
Text: Trixi Rossi, Anke Koppe
Artists: Ari Kakkinen, Ville Lenkkeri, Susanna Kekkonen, Jari Silomäki, Maria Lähteenmäki, Wilma Hurskainen, Noomi Ljungdell, Pernilla Zettermann, Tuomo Rainio, Pasi Autio, Joonas Ahlava, Milja Laurila und Ea Vasko.
Exhibition catalogue

The Helsinki School - Photography by TaiK

Published by: Hatje Cantz in 2005
Format: 30 x 24 cm, hardcover
Pages: 240 pages., ca. 180 color illustrations
Edited: the University of Art and Design Helsinki (TaiK)
Now: Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture
Texts: Andrea Holzherr, Rupert Pfab, Timothy Persons,
Ferdinand Protzman, Jorma Puranen
Artists: Nanna Hänninen, Ilkka Halso, Ulla Jokisalo, Aino Kannisto, Sandra Kantanen, Pertti Kekarainen, Ola Kolehmainen, Janne Lehtinen, Niko Luoma, Riitta Päiväläinen, Jyrki Parantainen, Jorma Puranen, Pentti Sammallahti, Jari Silomäki, Santeri Tuori
Language: English
Design by: Margarethe Hausstätter, Claudia Stein
ISBN 978-3-7757-1575-1

Photography is one of the most successful items of cultural export in Finland. Now, for the first time, the internationally acknowledged artists are gathered together in one extensive book accompanying an exhibition travelling around the world. The Helsinki School presents works from over thirty different artists who have been studying or teaching at TaiK, the University of Art and Design in Helsinki. The goal is to introduce a new approach to where photography is in Finland today. Based on a concept by Timothy Persons and Jorma Puranen the amply illustrated volume presents an astounding overview.

The Helsinki School - Photography by TaiK
The New Painting Elina Brotherus

The New Painting Elina Brotherus

Published by: Next Level & Creative Scape, 2005
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 74 Pages
Text: Susanna Pettersson, Andrea Holzherr
Artist: Elina Brotherus
Language: English /French
ISBN 0-9546008-1-9