For Each Minute, Sixty-Five Seconds

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This exhibition features a selection of works from his Adaptations series, which focuses on his fascination with reinterpreting artworks from art history that have either influenced him or the way we think as a society about art. It is accompanied by his newest publication with the same title by Hatje Cantz and vitrines including not previously presented drawings and sketches.
Niko Luoma is one of the world’s leading abstract photographers and a key figure in the Helsinki School movement. He diligently works within the analog photographic process while his geometrical compositions are done without any digital manipulation. His method of working is intentional, and the composition of the image is well planned, yet he never really knows the final outcome until it’s printed. Luoma’s photographs find their contextual roots in how he combines cubism with constructivism to form his own style of abstraction. He pushes the parameters of how we perceive and interpret through his use of the photographic process as a means to create his own visual language.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBerlin
Publication statusPublished - 29 Apr 2021
MoE publication typeF1 Published independent work of art
EventFor Each Minute, Sixty-Five Seconds - Persons Projects, Berlin, Germany
Duration: 29 Apr 202128 Aug 2021

Field of art

  • Contemporary art


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