EXHIBITIONS

Finnish Museum of Photography
Festival of Political Photography 2017: Post-Food
3.2.-30.4.2017 / Cable Factory, Tallberginkatu 1 G, Helsinki
Opening on Thu 2nd February 2017, 6-8 pm
Food is not just a simple, basic commodity used to satisfy hunger.
Robbed Sea by Kukka Ranta.

Photo Exhibition LIFE UNDER OCCUPATION
1.4 – 30.4.2016 / Turku Main Library, Linnankatu 2, Turku
Opening 1.4.2016 / 17 – 18.30 / Welcome!
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Photography Exhibition
KUKKA RANTA – Miehityksen arkea / Life Under Occupation / Будни под оккупацией
4.7. – 6.8.2015 / Mon-Fri 13–17 & Sat–Sun 12–15
Gallery HOI SIE  Koulukatu 27, Lappeenranta Finland
AVAJAISET / OPENING / Открытие 4.7.2015 / 17–19
TERVETULOA / WELCOME / Добро Пожаловать

Event in Facebook.

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Critical Contemporary Art and Design
12.5. 15.9.2013 Granary, Fiskars Village Finland
Photography of Silenced Voices from Kazakhstan by Kukka Ranta.

Movable Home
Häme Castle 24.5.2012 – 31.3.2013 in the City of Hämeenlinna
Photography of Roma immigrants in Helsinki by Kukka Ranta.

ANTIDOTE 5
3.8.-26.8.2012 MUU Gallery, Helsinki
ANTIDOTE is a series of exhibitions/events of CRITICAL ART. Curated/directed by professor/artist Teemu Mäki. Photography of Life in the Roma Camp by Kukka Ranta

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Photoexhibition “Robbed Sea”
18.8.2012 at 11-16 Porvoo Mahdollisuuksien tori, Main library of Porvoo in Finland
By photographer Kukka Ranta on how European and other foreign overfishing in West Africa is destroying local food security and livelihoods, and causing massive poverty and immigration flow to Europe.

Three Stories of Immigration
24.05. – 23.06.2012 Kotka Photographic Center in Kotka, Finland. Documentary photography exhibition
by Kukka Ranta on Roma immigration caused by poverty and racism in Europe, and Western African immigration to Europe caused by European and other foreign overfishing with example of Senegal. Photos by Meeri Koutaniemi on Burmese refugees living in Thai dumb.

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ANTIDOTE III
17.3. – 17.4.2012
Art centre “Pushkinskaya-10”, Museum of Nonconformist Art, St. Petersburg Russia. Curated by Teemu Mäki & Anastasia Patsey, Antidote artist Kukka Ranta.

Life in the Roma Camp
5.4. – 28.4.2012 South-East Finland Photographic Centre in Lappeenranta.
Photography from summer 2011 by Kukka Ranta.Elamaa-romanileirissa-nayttely-KukkaRANTA

Contemporary Trash
10.2.-26.2.2012 # Gallery Alkovi Helsinki
Paintings by Kukka Ranta and Laura Lehtinen. In cooperation with Heikki Hursti, Kallio-liike and Vailla vakinaista asuntoa VVA ry (No Fixed Abode NGO).

Movable Home
2.3.–7.8.2011 Museum of Cultures, Helsinki
Photography Exhibition of Roma by Kukka Ranta.

ANTIDOTE II
26.11.2010 – 22.1.2011 Guma Gallery Berlin
Political Art from Aalto University
Photography Exhibition of Eviction of a Roma Camp in Helsinki by photographer Kukka Ranta.

Surviving is not a Crime
Nov 2010 – Apr 2011 Senate Sqare, Helsinki
Kukka Ranta & Laura Lehtinen
Men’s Week street art action organized by Multicoloured Dreams.

Eurocultured Street Festival in Titanik-gallery
17. – 22.5.2011 Turku, Finland
Video by Kukka Ranta & Henri Salonen.

Controlling the Urban Space 
Kiasma Theater, Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki
January 2011, Video work presentation about Private security violence and impunity by Kukka Ranta & Henri Salonen (2011).

Toinen Meksiko -exhibition
5. – 28.11.2010 Estelle, Turku
Painting by Kukka Ranta / Oaxaca! Activist Art – Academy of Fine Arts.

Exodus Anonymous
4.9 – 30.11.2010 Gallery Kungstensgatan 27, Stockholm
by Kukka Ranta & Julia Wiraeus.

AHNE’10 art festival
23.8.-11.9.2010 Suvilahti HelsinkiPainting by Kukka Ranta / False Democracy, Part I.

Island in the Sun Festival 2010
16. – 17.7.2010 Senaatintori, Helsinki
Livepainting by KukkaRanta Laura Lehtinen.

6 x KUUSI
16.12.2009 – 10.1.2010 Helsingin taiteilijaseuran jouluripustus , Helsinki
Teemu Mäki ja oppilaat / Sampsa Indrén, Anna-Liisa Kankaanmäki, Katariina Katla, Maija Ojanen, Nelli Penna ja Kukka Ranta.

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