The Newspaper Vending Machine: Ria Andrews
Almost
10.11.–23.12.2020


PBFF (Photobooks from Finland) has invited nine artists and/or artists’ collectives to create publications using the newspaper format. The artists and artists’ collectives work in Finland, in various fields of visual art.

The ninth publication is Almost by Ria Andrews.

Some artworks are never complete. Some never meet their audience. The works have mostly existed in a state of constant becoming. Paused. Stopped. Or waiting.

Almost invites 9 artists based in Finland and India to share their artworks that are almost complete works, but not quite.

The artists in the publication are Koshy Brahmatmaj, Minjee Hwang Kim, Celeen Mahe, Mohammad Omar, Mansi Thakkar, Xenia Ramm, Eddie Choo Wen Yi, Mishael George and Sari Majander.

The Newspaper Vending Machine is supported by the Arts Promotion Centre Finland. It is realised in cooperation with the Association of Photographic Artists and Korjaamo Culture Factory.



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The Newspaper Vending Machine
20.8.-31.12.2020


The individual newspapers are published fortnightly and are sold in PBFF’s newspaper vending machine, located on the grounds of Korjaamo Culture Factory in Helsinki.

The publications, featuring photographs, text, paintings and sculptures, can be retrieved from the vending machine round-the-clock from August to December 2020.

The publication are sold for four (4) euros.

Adress:
Kulttuuritehdas Korjaamo
Töölökatu 51 B
00250 Helsinki


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pbff (Photobooks from Finland) aims to enhance Finnish photo books and publications by archiving and creating participatory platforms. 

Artists based project was founded in 2014 and is coordinated by Tuomas Linna, Karoliina Paatos, Johannes Romppanen, Toni Vallasjoki and Nita Vera.


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