Selected publications:

Coming Soon: Truth, publisher: Hunang / pdf of Mika Hannula’s essay

truth – mika h


Justice, 2017, publisher: Hunang


Hope, 2016, publisher: Hunang


Hús & Hillbilly, interview


Ladies Beautiful Ladies, publisher: Crymogea / pdf



Blonde Miss World 1951–, Publisher: Reykjavik Art Museum / Pdf



Flash Art, article by Mika Hannula



Discussion between Mika Hannula and Birgir Snæbjörn Birgisson

Discussion- Birgir Snæbjörn Birgisson & Mika Hannula (Sept. 2014)


Louder than Bombs, concept paper for the show, Louder than Bombs, written by Mika Hannula

Louder than bombs_E


Louder than Bombs, collection of questions and answers passed between the collaborating artists involved, Birgir Snæbjörn Birgisson, Heidi Lampenius and Miikka Vaskola

Louder Than Bombs_Questions copy


Turning Butterflies into worms, essay by Mika Hannula, for the book, Blonde Miss World 1951–, publisher: Reykjavik Art Museum

Turning Butterflies into Worms


The Horrific Pureness of Blond Heads, essay for NY Arts Magazine, by Ransu

The Horrific Pureness of Blond Heads_Ransu


The Impressed Touch, essay, by Ólafur Gíslason, for the book Touching, publisher: Hunang

The impressed touch Ólafur Gíslason


Prefase and Acknowledgements, by Hafþór Yngvason, Director of The Reykjavík Art Museum, for the book, Blonde Miss World 1951–, publisher: The Reykjavík Art Museum

Preface and Acknowledgements : Blonde Miss World 1951-


Interview, taken by Auður Ava Ólafsdóttir, for the book Blonde Nurses, publisher: Hunang

Nurses are dark-haired, the whole lot of them


Interview, taken by Kari Immonen, Director of Turku Art Museum, Finland, for the book, Stop for a Moment, Painting as Narrative, publisher: Nifca

Nifca interview


Ladies, Beautiful Ladies, essay/concept paper, written by Mika Hannula for the two shows at Helsinki Contemporary and ASI Art Gallery



Birgir Snæbjörn Birgisson, essy by Þóra Þórisdóttir, for the book Icelandic Contemporary Art, publisher: Hatje Cantz

Birgir Snæbjörn Birgisson


Let’s Get Physical, e-publication, publisher: Hunang


Embrace – Analog Experience, the Question of Aesthetics, and the Idea of Repeating Forwards with the Practice of Painting. Mika Hannula