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The City of Helsinki’s review proposes that Helsinki Art Museum HAM be organised as a foundation and located in the Suvilahti gasholders

27.8.2020 10:17
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The purpose of the City of Helsinki’s review was to clarify the roles that the Art Museum’s exhibition operations, Helsinki Biennale, and public art have in Helsinki’s art and culture field, as well as in relation to the international field. It is proposed in the review that HAM be organised as a foundation, it be …

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New public work of art from Tommi Toija in Alppila Upper Secondary School in Helsinki

25.8.2020 10:23
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A new public work of art by artist and sculptor Tommi Toija (born 1974) has been completed in the courtyard of Alppila Upper Secondary School in Helsinki. The work King of the Hill (Kukkulan kuningas) is a figure standing on top of a sphere, ready to embrace the world with their arms spread wide. Water …

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Tatu Tuominen’s Fairy Tale Palaces takes over daycare centre floors in Maunula

18.8.2020 9:42
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A new piece of public art commissioned according to the percentage financing principle has been completed in Helsinki: visual artist Tatu Tuominen’s (born 1975) six-part Fairy Tale Palaces stretches across the floors of a daycare centre in Maunula. Located on three different floors of the building, the parts making up the work consist of floor …

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Mobile Workforce by Rauni Liukko on display at HAM Corner

15.6.2020 8:13
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HAM presents selections from the museum’s collection in HAM corner. During the summer of 2021 Rauni Liukko’s Mobile Workforce from 1977 is on display. The exhibition can be viewed from the street during all hours of the day. This provides HAM with an opportunity to engage audiences with art outside the museum’s opening hours and …

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