Surreal Illusionism: Photographic Fantasies of the Early 20th Century @ Finnish Museum of Photography

"Ystävättäreltä", Från en väninna", From a Friend", A.B.N., noin / circa / about 1904.

“Ystävättäreltä”, Från en väninna”, From a Friend”, A.B.N., noin / circa / about 1904.

Surreal Illusionism: Photographic Fantasies of the Early 20th Century
17 August to 15 December 2013

The Surreal Illusionism exhibition at the Finnish Museum of Photography
features nearly 500 photographic postcards that offer a surprising wealth
of pictorial ideas, high artistic quality and photographic allure. Surreal
fantasies, mysterious dreams, role-play, glamorous divas and irony are
running wild in the postcards. All these will transport viewers into the
fascinating, forgotten golden era of industrial photography in the early
20th century and the early history of modern photographic art.

Finnish Museum of Photography
Tallberginkatu 1 G
(mailing address: Tallberginkatu 1 C 85)
00180 Helsinki

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