CHART is the leading fair for contemporary Scandinavian art in Europe. Set in Copenhagen, the event brings together a variety of art galleries who introduce the work of both upcoming and well-established artists to an international audience. As an annual event, CHART features not only art exhibitions, but also a public program of talks, performances, music, and book fairs about modern architecture, design, painting, sculptures, installation, as well as contemporary photography.
25 – 27 August 2023
24 August: opening (invitation only)
Kongens Nytorv 1
Santeri Tuori’s solo show at Purdy Hicks Gallery in London
Santeri Tuori’s solo show Immediate Nature opens in London at Purdy Hicks Gallery on 22 June and runs until 18 July 2023. In the making of the recent works from the Forest series, Tuori has spent much time in the archipelago in southwestern Finland, photographing repeatedly the same place, from the identical spot, at different seasons and times of day. Using a similar process for his Water Lilies series, Tuori has photographed the flowers and pads in lakes and ponds over an extended period of time, ensuing multi-layered images. Tuori also returns to portrait photography with his series Immediate Nature, combining portraits with images of forests, branches and bushes.
Photo London 2023
10.5. – 14.5.2023
A new series of works from Santeri Tuori will be shown at Photo London. Photo London is Great Britain’s biggest international art fair and takes place at the Somerset House.
London WC2R 1LA
Booth G24 (Pavilion)
Market Art Fair – Stockholm 2023
13 – 14.5.2023
Alongside CHART, Market is the leading contemporary art fair in the Nordic region. Initiated in 2006 by art galleries representing the Nordic countries – Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden – the fair has become a trusted meeting and market place in the heart of the Nordic art scene.
115 21 Stockholm
At Fotografiska Stockholm
17.2.2023 – 11.6.2023
Humans have always been dependent on nature, but it could easily do fine without humans. In a troubled world and in our high-paced consumer society, the human need to be in forests and to walk the land is likely greater than every before. An oasis of inspiration and calm, that symbolizes reproduction, sexuality, the birth of life and our inevitable death.
Timed with the emerging burst of spring, the new exhibit In Bloom will be opening at Fotografiska. It brings together 16 photographers all striving to understand and explore nature and humanity’s relationship to it.
Open every day 10–23
Persons Projects Berlin
27.4. – 1.7.2023
A group exhibition with Sandra Kantanen, Eeva Karhu, Jorma Puranen and Santeri Tuori
On the occasion of Gallery Weekend Berlin 2023, Persons Projects presents the group exhibition Refractive Landscapes. The show focuses on a selected group of artists from the Helsinki School who use abstraction as their mutual language in heightening our awareness of environmental changes in our natural surroundings. By using different photographic methods, the presented artworks capture the transformation of light through time and unveil the collective poses of change.