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COVID restrictions until 21.1.2022

Tampere Art Museum is open normally, but the number of visitors is restricted to 10 per exhibition space. We don't require a COVID passport but ask you to wear face mask, remember good hand hygiene and keep safety distance. All events and guided tours are cancelled until 21 January.

Magnus Enckell

The painter Magnus Enckell (1870–1925) is known especially as a representative of Finnish symbolism. The exhibition offers a comprehensive overview of the work of one of the most significant names of the golden age of Finnish art, and presents him as a multifaceted cultural influencer.
Above: Magnus Enckell: Woman in Her Petticoat (1912). Finnish National Gallery / Ateneum Art Museum, Sihtola Collection. Photo: Finnish National Gallery / Yehia Eweis.
Top: Magnus Enckell: Awakening Faun (1914). Finnish National Gallery / Ateneum Art Museum, Collection Hoving. Photo: Finnish National Gallery / Jenni Nurminen.

Heli Ryhänen - Cold soil

Visual artist Heli Ryhänen (b. 1971, Iisalmi) from Tampere is one of the most famous contemporary Finnish sculptors. Her exhibition presents mainly her works from the past few years, spatial works and sculptures.

Below: Heli Ryhänen - Cold soil.

Tampere Art Museum

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Free admission to Tampere Art Museum and to 300 other museums all around the country with the Finnish Museum Card! Whether you are an art and design admirer, history buff, nature lover, science nerd or looking for something fun to do with the kids, there's a museum waiting for your visit!

Light Gallery Exhibition

The Light Gallery exhibition “Citizens", curated by Tampere Art Museum, stretches across the city’s western quarters between the Central Square and Hämeenpuisto Boulevard. The exhibition celebrates Tampere Art Museum’s 90-year history.

The exhibition portrays citizens of different ages living their everyday life. Most pieces have been chosen from Tampere Art Museum and the City of Tampere's collections, a few modern artists have also been included. The pieces have been projected onto walls in the city centre for everyone to enjoy.
Photo: "Kitkerä kuori" by Karkki Mäkelä, 2021.




Tue-Thu 9am-5pm
Fri-Sun 10am-6pm
Mon closed



Adults 12 €
Children 5 €

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Tampere Art Museum
Puutarhakatu 34
Tampere, Finland
Tel. +358 3 5656 6577
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