Visitors to Helsinki–Vantaa will be able to visit a unique exhibition by American aviation photographer, Carolyn Russo, from Monday.
The exhibition, which is free and will last for six months, features a series of close-up images of aircraft and spacecraft.
Russo’s photographs will be on display in Arrivals Hall 2A and are part of the gateway’s permanent aviation exhibition that began in 2009. Previous featured artists include the Japanese aviation photographer Katsuhiko Tokunaga and the Finnish F/A-18 Hornet pilot Henrik Elo.
Carolyn Russo is a photographer and curator from the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. She has published three aviation-themed books. Her latest book project is on air traffic control towers and she visited Finland in the summer of 2009 to photograph a number of them.