about

Sini Pelkki (1978) is an artist based in Helsinki, Finland. She gained her MFA from the Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki in 2008 and her BA (Hons) Fine Art from Chelsea College of Art and Design, London (UK) in 2002. Sini Pelkki’s work derives and evolves around photography and the photographic image. Focusing on the subjectivity of seeing and the diverse dialogue between environments and the layers of spaces within spaces.

 

CV

Links to texts:

Sheet No4 / HAM / by Sanna Lipponen (in Finnish)
Embarkation / Eleanor Wright/Sam Watson: Continuous material / text by Josh Wilson /
Dimensions of Sharing / Overgaden / Privately Exposed by Elina Suoyrjö
Echo for Two / Photographic Gallery Hippolyte / by Saara Hacklin (in Finnish)

 

Upcoming and recent:

Sini Pelkki
Arranged Lines
Photographic works in book form, Artist Book to be released at Bookies 2018
held at PUBLICS, Helsinki
 
Elossa Film Festival, Helsinki FI
Sheet No4 as part of the screening Reputation of being difficult
Monday 29th October 2018, Kino Tapiola, Espoo FI
Elossa Film Festival/programme details
 

Sini Pelkki
Sheet No4
HAM  Helsinki Art Museum / HAM-galleria
18th January – 25th February 2018

Body Building
Artor Jesus Inkerö, Essi Kausalinen, Reija Meriläinen, Sini Pelkki & Jani Ruscica, Aurora Reinhard, Iiu Susiraja, Niina Tervo, Masi Tiitta, Anna Torkkel, Salla Tykkä
Curated by Piia Oksanen
Wäinö Aaltonen Museum of Art, Turku FI
20th October 2017 – 14th January 2018

 

Sini Pelkki
Length
SIC, Helsinki FI
28th April – 15th May 2017

 

Sini Pelkki
Length
Aboa Vetus & Ars Nova, Turku FI
23th September – 20th November 2016

 

Eleanor Wright/Sam Watson: Continuous Material
Incorporating works and contributions by Eric Bainbridge, Paul Becker, Ralf Brög, Aleksandra Konopek, Sini Pelkki, Josh Wilson
Drop City, Newcastle UK & Durham Castle Museum, Durham UK

27th April – 24th May 2015

 

Yhdeksän elämän museo / The Nine Lives Museum
Maija Blåfield, Happy Magic Society, Mikko Kallio, Pasi Mäkelä, Sini Pelkki & Emma Hammarén, Pia Sirén, Miroslav Varga ja Ilona Valkonen

Guidebook to Yhdeksän elämän museo

29th November – 21st December 2014