KIMMO PYYKKÖ ART MUSEUM

Three temporary exhibitions per year of Kimmo Pyykkö Art Museum offer top-quality Finnish fine art. The permanent exhibition The Long-distance Atelier focuses on the life and career of the sculptor Kimmo Pyykkö. During your visit to the museum, you can also explore the architecture of the award-winning Kangasala Arts Centre. You can find us in the heart of the beautiful town of Kangasala, 20 minutes from Tampere.

Dialogos – beautiful dialogue with images 27.1.–26.5.2024
The m&p team, formed by painter Juha Merta and graphic artist Jouko Pullinen, create conceptual art through dialogue. The exhibition offers evocative and thought-provoking moments.

Kimmo Pyykkö Art Museum, 1st and 2nd floor

m&p: Gingo Biloba (detail), 2023, plywood, painting, rolling, photograph, engraving, sandpaper. Photo: Jussi Koivunen / Studio Koivunen Oy

m&p: Gingo Biloba (detail), 2023, plywood, painting, rolling, photograph, engraving, sandpaper. Photo: Jussi Koivunen / Studio Koivunen Oy

THOSE IN POWER 15.6.2024–5.1.2025
Power is a central theme in Kimmo Pyykkö’s art. The Those in Power exhibition expands on the theme of power through the work of numerous artists. In addition to Pyykkö’s works, the exhibition features the kings and queens and the Napoleons and the Kekkonens – and even Finland’s former PM Sanna Marin – by other artists. The exhibition is curated by Soila Kaipiainen from the Kimmo Pyykkö Art Museum.

Part of exhibition will be replaced mon 2.9. – mon 9.9. during which museum is closed.

Kimmo Pyykkö Art Museum, 1st and 2nd floor

VALTAAPITÄVIÄ -näyttely Kimmo Pyykkö -taidemuseossa 15.6.2024-5.1.2025.

Kaj Stenvall: Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue (2020, öljy levylle). Kuva: Reetta Muranen

Kimmo Pyykkö, Pitkän matkan ateljee -näyttely Kimmo Pyykkö -taidemuseossa

Photo: Jussi Koivunen

Kimmo Pyykkö: The Long-distance Atelier

The art museum’s permanent exhibition presents a journey through the sculptor and professor Kimmo Pyykkö’s atelier. From his childhood and adolescence in Kangasala, Pyykkö’s road took him to art education in Helsinki and a diverse career spanning six decades in the Finnish art scene.

Permanent Exhibition, 3rd floor

Opening hours

Tue-Wed 11–17, Thu 11–19, Fri-Sat 11–17, Sun 11–15, Mon closed
Groups also by arrangement

Exceptions

Midsummer
Thu 20.6. 11-15
Fri 21.6. – Sun 23.6. closed

Closed during the change of exhibition 2.9.-9.9.2024

Entrance fees:
8€/6€/Museokortti (Finnish Museum card)/Under 18-year-old for free of charge

Guidances

Guided tour every Sunday at 1 pm;
included in the entrance fee.

Group reservations
040 773 0196

Guided tours for groups 50/70€ + entrance fees

Meetings and events 0400 304 530

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