Keeping with the focus on Scandinavian art, the Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery in New York has chosen to present a few emerging artists from the Finnish school of photography in Helsinki: Ola Kolehmainen, whose luminous and colorful compositions depict buildings; Jorma Puranen, whose portraits shine a light on antique paintings; and Niko Luoma, a specialist in visual kaleidoscopes in which the viewer is easily lost.
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