The National Museum of Finland
A museum filled with the riches of Finnish history.
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5.4–1.9.2019. What kind of world will we be leaving behind? British-born photographer Nick Brandt has documented the changing environment and endangered animals in East Africa. The exhibition comprises Brandt’s impressive panoramic images. It has been the most popular exhibition to date at the Fotografiska, which has also produced the exhibition. Read more
5.4.–4.8.2019. The Traces exhibition explores the relationship between people and animals through museum collections. The exhibition features both natural science specimens and objects made of animal materials from all continents – from Siberia to Africa and from the Pacific to Europe. Read more
2.5–1.9.2019 Lauri Nykopp’s In the Birch Park exhibition brings the artist’s glass sculptures to the inner yard of the National Museum of Finland’s café. The colourful works printed on glass are inspired by the national tree of Finland, the silver birch. According to the artist, the tree symbolises purity and health – after all, sauna whisks are made of silver birch, too. Read more