kinostalgia – a nostalgic tribute to old cinemas

In 1960 there were 49 movie theaters in Helsinki. In 2006 there are only 8 left. The exhibition Kinostalgia is a nostalgic tribute to the old cinemas - the Holga-photographs are taken in fall 2006 in four of the oldest remaining movie theaters of Helsinki: Bio Rex, Orion, Maxim and Forum. Displayed in a solo exhibition at Galleria Lasipalatsi, Helsinki, Finland in September 2006.

2006
Bio Rex, built in 1936
The theater currently hosts various events through the year, but is not in day-to-day cinema use anymore.
Forum, built in 1926
The theater was run down in the summer 2006, and is awaiting for future use - probably as a restaurant.
Bio Rex, built in 1936
The theater currently hosts various events through the year, but is not in day-to-day cinema use anymore.
Bio Rex, built in 1936
The theater currently hosts various events through the year, but is not in day-to-day cinema use anymore.
Bio Rex, built in 1936
The theater currently hosts various events through the year, but is not in day-to-day cinema use anymore.
Maxim, built in 1909
The theater currently hosts daily art house screenings
Orion, built in 1928
The theater currently hosts active screenings of the Finnish Film Archive.
Bio Rex, built in 1936
The theater currently hosts various events through the year, but is not in day-to-day cinema use anymore.
Bio Rex, built in 1936
The theater currently hosts various events through the year, but is not in day-to-day cinema use anymore.

You may also like

Tempus fugit: Praga
2016
antipodes
2015
small town, finland – 2016
2016
ⓝ ⓔ ⓞ ⓝ
2016
SNG | SUPERSYMMETRY
2016
-24°C (Helsinki 7.1.2016)
2016
99.9 F°
2017
the black thread (at the center of it all)
2016
ARTEFACT V | SUPERSYMMETRY
2015
Tempus fugit: Roma
2014
Back to Top