The Helsinki City Art Museum is active in a very broad field. In addition to an active exhibition programme, the Art Museum has its own art collection, is responsible for the City of Helsinki's collection of public art, and operates the Kluuvi Gallery.
The Helsinki City Art Museum comprises Art Museum Tennis Palace and Art Museum Meilahti, which together put on between 10 and 15 exhibitions each year that broadly engage with past and present art to stimulate debate on current issues. The Helsinki City Art Museum cooperates closely and actively with foreign and Finnish art institutions.
The Kluuvi Gallery is managed by the Helsinki Art Museum. It focuses on experimental and non-commercial works of Finnish artists, offering opportunities to projects, which would be difficult to realise elsewhere in Helsinki. The City of Helsinki sponsors the Gallery financially by charging a very low lease and taking no sales commission.
Admission 0 EUR
Meilahti Art Museum
Several private donations, mainly of the 20th century Finnish fine art, form the core of the museum´s permanent collection. Changing exhibitions displaying both Finnish and international modern and contemporary art. Concerts and other activity.
Admission 7,00/0 EUR
Tennis Palace Art Museum
Changing Finnish and international exhibitions show current art.