DATE: April 1, 2010
This Finnish photographer is known as much for his installation style as for his images, but both are distinctive.
He displays his work in mismatched carved wood
frames (in this case, heavy, dark ones he made himself) that are hung
side by side in a continuous row around the gallery. The strategy is
especially effective for Männikkö's new pictures of animals—horses,
elephants, monkeys, and birds seen in saturated color and at very close
Read the complete review in The New Yorker.