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EXHIBITIONS AT
GALERIE NORDENHAKE

Berlin, April 2013
Stockholm, February 2011
Berlin, September 2010
Berlin, April 2006
Stockholm, January 2004
Berlin, January 2002
Stockholm, April 2001

Esko Männikkö

Image No. 1 of Esko Männikkö

Installation view, Time Flies, Huis Marseille, Amsterdam, 2015

Image No. 2 of Esko Männikkö

Installation view, Time Flies, Kunsthalle Helsinki, 2014

Image No. 3 of Esko Männikkö

Installation view, Time Flies, Mindepartementet, Stockholm, 2016 

Image No. 4 of Esko Männikkö

Organized Freedom 68, c-prints framed by the artist, 100 x 83 cm, Edition of 20 

Image No. 5 of Esko Männikkö

Untitled, 2014, inkjet framed by the artist, 78 x 107 cm, Edition of 20 

Image No. 6 of Esko Männikkö

Kuivaniemi (from The female Pike), 1992,  c-print framed by the artist, 48 x 58 cm Edition of 20 

Image No. 7 of Esko Männikkö

Savukoski, 1994, c-print framed by the artist, 70 x 85 cm, Edition of 20

Image No. 8 of Esko Männikkö

Untitled, 2005, c-print framed by the artist, 69 x 89 cm, Edition of 20

Image No. 9 of Esko Männikkö

Organized Freedom 5, 1999-2000, c-print framed by the artist, 101 x 84 cm, Edition of 20

Image No. 10 of Esko Männikkö

Kuivaniemi (from The female Pike), 1991,  c-print framed by the artist, 78 x 68 cm,  Edition of 20 

Image No. 11 of Esko Männikkö

Untitled (from Harmony Sisters series), 2008, c-print framed by the artist, 49 x 66 cm, Edition of 20

Image No. 12 of Esko Männikkö

Untitled (from Blues Brothers series)2009, c-print framed by the artist, 88 x 117 cm, Edition of 5

Esko Männikkö was born in 1959 in Pudasjärvi in the northern part of Finland. He lives and works in Oulu. In 2008 he was awarded the prestigious Deutsche Börse Photography Prize. The same year he presented „Cocktails 1990-2007“ at Millesgården, Lidingö, Kulturhaus, Lulea and Bomuldsfabriken Kunsthall Arendal. Other solo exhibition include presentations at Göteborgs Konstmuseum (2016), the Finsk-Norsk Kulturinstitutt, Oslo (2004), the Hasselblad Center, Gothenburg (1999), the Malmö Konsthall (1997), as well as Portikus, Frankfurt/Main, De Pont, Tilburg and Lenbachhaus, München, all in 1996. He has taken part in numerous international exhibitions including the travelling exhibition “Investigations of a dog,” organized by the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo (2009-2010)Venice Biennial (2005), “SEEhistory. Der private Blick,” Kunsthalle zu Kiel (2005), Liverpool Biennal (2004), “Beyond Paradise,” Shanghai Art Museum (2003), “Contemporary Photography II: Anti-Memory,” Yokohama Museum of Art (2000), São Paulo Biennial (1998), and Johannesburg Biennial (1997). Männikkö has had numerous solo exhibitions at Galerie Nordenhake in Stockholm and Berlin.