I.K. Inha (born Konrad Into Nyström, 12 October 1865 in Virrat – 3 April 1930 in Helsinki) was a photographer, author, translator and journalist. Inha is one of the great masters of Finnish photography. He especially distinguished himself as a recorder of Finnish landscapes, folklore, and way of life.
In 2015 we celebrate the 150th anniversary of I.K. Inha’s birth.
OUT IN NOVEMBER!
I. K. Inha
Lähetyssaarnaaja (The Missionary)
Kertomus Etelämeren saarelta (A tale from an island in the South Sea)
written in 1884
For a price of 28 € + delivery costs.
Preorder by 30th October 2015
for 20 € + 6 € delivery costs
The Finnish Museum of Photography: Anniversary year lecture 12th November, 18.00
Researchers Jukka Kukkonen and Kati Lintonen discuss Inha and his photography.
Landscape and time – I.K. Inha and K.A. Ennola
The exhibition opens on Tuesday 10th November, 17.00.
A photographic exhibition from 10th November to 5th December 2015 in Galleria Virinä (Pääskyntie 4)
Photographer, BA Kari Ennola lectures on
I.K. Inha's photographic journeys and photographic wholes
10th November, 18.00 in the Virrat Town Council Hall