Visions of Color –
Yrjö Saarinen 1899 –1958
Main Hall and Kaapo Gallery 6.6.–17.11.2019
Yrjö Saarinen, Meeri ja keltainen huivi, 1931, Sonckin kokoelma/Hyvinkään taidemuseo
The year 2019 marks the 120th anniversary of painter Yrjö Saarinen’s birth. The extensive anniversary exhibition presents a hundred vibrant works of art by Saarinen. It also features a multimedia presentation that introduces the artist’s life and colourful personality by means of old photographs, pictures of his works, and filmed re-enactments.
Main Hall 5.12.2019–8.3.2020
Pia Siren, Oasis, 2018
Artist Pia Sirén (b. 1982) creates fictional worlds and natural environments from construction materials, such as tarpaulins and scaffolding. Her exhibition transforms the museum’s entire Main Hall into an immersive installation.
Kaapo Gallery 5.12.2019–8.3.2020
Anni Kinnunen, The Big Sleep, 2018
The central themes explored in the art of photographer and video artist Anni Kinnunen (b. 1978) include questions related to the natural and unnatural. Her solo exhibition features both video art and photographs. While Kinnunen usually appears in her own pictures, the works are not self-portraits.
25 February 2019 – 5 June 2019
Permanent collection is closed to visitors.
TAIDELABRA – ART LAB
Experience, experiment, gain awareness!
6 June – 31 December 2019
The Art Lab is a new, interactive exhibition space that combines a learning environment with facilities for presenting art from the museum’s permanent collection. Multi-sensory experiences, digital applications, experimentation, and hands-on activities form the heart of the Art Lab.