12.06.2012

EXHIBITION OF THE ART PHOTOGRAPHY OF KRISTIAN KAARNA IN BRUSSELS IN JUNE 2012

The unique photographs by Kristian Kaarna on the subject of nature will be exhibited in June, at the Euroclear gallery in Brussels. The large format printing technique used by Kristian Kaarna gives an atypical surface to the photograph, where each detail is important for the entire photograph. The eyes are not set to a specific point on the surface but may move endlessly over the image as though watching a real landscape.

The exhibition is open to the public on week days (closed Saturdays and Sundays) from 15 June to 5 July 2012, 08:30 to 19:00  h. The inauguration held for guests and press will take place on 14 June from 5 to 7 p.m. The exhibition is located at Euroclear lounge 1, Boulevard du Roi Albert II, 1210 Brussels and admission is free.

“After years of developing my style of expression as a photographer, the essential thing was to find the know-how and the way to understand that allowed me to share this sensational experience of nature with my public. A simple photograph is not always enough to share the emotion and the atmosphere” says Kristian Kaarna.

This exhibition will allow us to discover superb photographs of landscapes and the sky offering its viewers variations of form and light as well as an endless world of subjects. These quality works also show exceptional technical skill.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Kristian Kaarna
+358 44 956 85 85
info@kristiankaarna.com
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Context information about Kristian Kaarna
The photographs do not represent a specifically identifiable region but we could think they are full of his love of his roots in the Finland of the lakes. In addition to water, the Kristian’s camera often views the phenomena of the sky and green landscapes.
Printed in a large format, the technique used by Kristian offers an atypical surface for photography, where every detail is as accurate as the whole photograph. The eyes are not set to a determined point on the surface but may move endlessly over the image as though watching a real landscape. New details are constantly discovered. The photographs are easy to approach but are not simple or light. They are technically exceptional and their contents are endlessly changeable; thus making them enduring.    
 
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