Tiina Rauhala

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Tiina Rauhala (b.1980) works as Chief Curator at The Finnish Museum of Photography (Helsinki). The museum is one of the leading and oldest photography museum’s in Europe. Through exhibitions, collection management and research, the museum strives to promote and foster photographic art and culture in Finland. Rauhala has a long career at the museum, starting as a curator in 2008. Along with the museum’s main exhibitions Rauhala has been responsible for the museum gallery’s program for the emerging photographers. More about the museum: valokuvataiteenmuseo.fi/en

Rauhala is also co-founder of The Festival of Political Photography, which examines ways of influencing with photographs and seeks to define what the word ‘political’ means in contemporary photographic practices. The Festival had its first exhibition in 2015. More about the festival. www.pvf.fi/en

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