Willas Gallery, in Oslo, Norway, exhibits Arno Rafael Minkkinen, who for over 45 years has focused his work on the nude self-portrait as a primary vehicle for expressing the human condition through images made in natural and urban landscapes. His photographs are based on the reality before the lens—photography at its purest—setting aperture and squeezing a shutter bulb or other self-timer device to fire the camera.
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