A Building is not a Building
Until 24 January 2010
Modern architecture provides the source material for Ola Kolehmainen’s large scale, hand-printed, colour photographs. The artist is not concerned with documenting these iconic buildings but instead, he focuses on details in which an apparent sense of order is disrupted.
The massive scale of these works envelops the viewer; an experience enhanced by the reflective plastic surface which embraces both the viewers and the surrounding environment as part of the work.
Ola Kolehmainen is a Finnish artist who currently lives in Berlin, Germany.
A publication accompanies this exhibition. Published by Hatje Cantz, it includes essays by Timothy Persons, Alistair Hicks and David Elliott and a conversation with the artist by Arja Miller and Taru Tappola.
Saturday 9 January, 2pm
Join the artist for an informal tour of his exhibition.
Please reserve your free place in advance by calling 01922 654400.
Exchange of Plates with Kristjan, 2005-2006
Courtesy of the artist