”As I became friends with the shadows, I asked them to dance with me.” Practice of Doing Nothing [Work in progress]. Photo by me – Aki-Pekka Sinikoski. Choreography by me and Karoliina Kauhanen. More details later this year…
We did a book cover for Oneiron together with graphic designer Jussi Karjalainen and dancer Karoliina Kauhanen. I’m happy that this brilliant book (Finlandia prize winner etc.) has been published with our cover also e.g. in Italy, Sweden, Bulgaria, Hungary and Romania. This one is from Norway …og den er kjempe flott. Hilser alle mine norske venner: gå ikke glipp av denne bok av Forlaget Oktober. (Easter photo by Forlaget Oktober)
Thank you Suomen Kulttuurirahasto for believing in me and supporting my art. It means so much for me. ? Congratulations also to all the other granted friends and colleagues in arts and science – including the always so wonderful niinavatanen who took this photo of me and Jessica Sinikoski ❤️
Hello fellows! I just wanted to drop you photos from yesterday’s short term exhibition called Tired Bird in the Waiting Room.
We artists often try to do something that leaves a mark in the history. To make us kind of immortal. When I was little my father told me mosquitos are alive only for one day. It felt like well if they live on this planet for such a short time, why do they have to be born at all? Just to die a short moment afterwards… We just wanted you to know that there will be a sequence of exhibitions to follow with this photo series we have been working on since my daughter was four years old. These exhibitions will last for only one day or less, and we will not promote them in any way in advance. They just happen in random places without notice. Maybe you now ask what’s the purpose of such a short exhibition if no one else knows about it. But that’s your question, not ours. We already have the answer.
We artists often try to do something to leave a mark in the history. To make us kind of immortal. When I was a little boy my father told me mosquitos live only for one day. I remember thinking: well if they are on this planet for such a short time, why do they have to be born at all? Just to die a short moment later… This photo is from mine and my daughter’s first Ghosts Watching Over Me winter outdoor exhibition here in Finland. The name of the exhibition was We Are Just Lonely Skeletons with Golden Teeth. …There will be a sequence of exhibitions to follow with this photo series we have been working on since my daughter was four. These unmarked exhibitions last for only one day or less, and we won’t promote them in any way in advance. They just take place in random locations without notice. Maybe you now ask what’s the purpose of such a short exhibition if no one else knows about them. But that’s your question, not ours. We already have the answer.
“OMG, this goes to eleven!” Feeling happy and honored to be the 11th photographer in this great project presenting 100 most interesting Finnish photographers in every fields of photography, including also art and documentary. Thank you. ❤️?
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Pari päivää sitten Hesari nosti todella isosti esiin tämän Hanna-Kaisa ja Marko Hämäläisen kuratoiman spektaakkeliprojektin ja samalla meidät kuvaajat. Nyt myös Keskisuomalaisen teki jutun tästä hienosta Suomi 100 -projektista nostaen pääkuvitukseksi minun kuviani. 😀 Tuntuu hyvältä olla valittuna mukaan näin kovaan porukkaan. ? Mukana menossa mm. Elina Brotherus, Arno Rafael Minkkinen, Jari Silomäki, Susanna Majuri, Stefan Bremer, Sanna Kannisto, Marja Pirilä, Heli Rekula, Tiina Itkonen, Pentti Sammallahti ja monia monia muita kiinnostavia nimiä joten kannattaa tsekata tuo yläpuolella oleva linkki.
Nothing normal ever changed a damn thing… So hey weirdos, step in: Welcome to the Takaperoisten Kuiskausten Metsä.
I directed and shot a music video for WÖYH!. I love it!
Click click click, and you will love it too 😀
Jussi Karjalainen was my co-pilot and we also made the script and the whole production together. Huge thanks to all the people involved in the project!!!
What a night, what an opening!
A big thank you to Alla & Julia and rest of the crew organizing this fantastic exhibition named Pohjoinen kohtaaminen. A lot of great photographers presented, so if you are in Oulu, Finland, during 23.9-12.11.2017 make sure you visit Northern Photographic Centre.
These photos are from the photo series called Ghosts Watching Over Me. We have been working on this series together with my daughter since she was four. I think these photos are dealing with the relationship between father and daughter and our fears and dreams.
My Last Machos today in Finland’s most important newspaper’s culture pages. ❤️?⭐️
What a beautiful night it was full of sunshine! Thanks to all of you at yesterday’s opening party.
I also want to thank the ones who made this exhibition possible and the ones who have trusted and suported my artistic work during all these years. Huge thank you goes to Suomen kulttuurirahasto, Svenska Kulturfonden, Taiteen edistämiskeskus, Patricia Seppälän Säätiö, JOKES, and Puite.
Peace & Love, Peki
PS. Exhibition is up and running till 1.8.2017. Be sure not to miss it. Why?!? Because you will love it!!!!