Exhibitions and guided tours

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Exhibitions in WeeGee's museums

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EMMA - Espoo Museum of Modern Art

02.06.2021 – 12.12.2021
AARON HEINO: OFF TOPIC
The solo exhibition of sculptor Aaron Heino (b. 1977), recipient of the Fine Arts Academy of Finland Prize in 2019 is now on view at EMMA.

02.06.2021 – 29.08.2021
HESSELHOLDT & MEJLVANG: THE WHITE EXHIBITION
The White Exhibition by the Danish artist collective Hesselholdt & Mejlvang analyses the various meanings associated with it the colour white.

28.10.2020 - 22.08.2021 
EEVA-LEENA EKLUND 
Eeva-Leena Eklund's exhibition continues the collaboration between the Saastamoinen Foundation and EMMA where, every year, a new work is commissioned from an interesting and topical artist and added to the foundation's art collection.

ALL YEAR
BRYK & WIRKKALA VISIBLE STORAGE
The collection on display contains items from the personal working archives of Rut Bryk (1916–1999) and Tapio Wirkkala (1915–1985). Alongside sketches, drawings, photographs and prototypes, it contains a large number of artworks as well as rare models that never made it into production. This unique visible storage gives a more in-depth insight into the collection than a conventional exhibition, providing visitors with an entirely new style of access through independent exploration and discovery.

ALL YEAR
TOUCH – THE SAASTAMOINEN FOUNDATION COLLECTION EXHIBITION  
Touch brings together a broad selection of contemporary art by Finnish and international artists with a focus on humanity. In recent decades, art has focused on questions surrounding identity, corporeality, the human and our interaction with the world that surrounds us. The works in this exhibition offer new perspectives on what it means to be human, inviting visitors to reflect on their own sense of humanity, in interaction with the artworks on display.

KAMU - Espoo City Museum

ALL YEAR
A THOUSAND STORIES ABOUT ESPOO
This exhibition tells the story of Espoo – its people, villages, manor houses, parties and everyday life. It also offers visitors new insights into Finland and the Finnish people and how Espoo became the second largest city in Finland.    

Studio Suuronen

JUSSI JÄNNES - DREAM OF A GARDEN CITY
Jussi Jännes – Dream of a garden city online: nayttelykeskusweegee.fi. For the exhibition, Jännes’ Tapiola designs have been digitised from the collections of the Museum of Finnish Architecture and the Espoo City Museum, some of which are now on display for the first time ever.  

Weekly guided tours in museums

EMMA – Espoo Museum Of Modern Art

Art hour:
Every Friday at 6 pm and Sunday at 1 pm (free admission on Fridays).

KAMU – Espoo City Museum

Seniors’ historical afternoons:
Every Wednesday at YouTube.

Pram dates:
First Thursday of each month at 12 noon.

Guided tours:
Every Friday at 5:30 pm (free admission).

Open Workshop:
Every Saturday at 12 noon.

Guided tours:
Every Sunday at 2 pm.

KAMU's weekly guided tours, lecture series and many other events can also be found at KAMU's event calendar.

Guided tours for groups on request

In addition to weekly guided tours and workshops, the museums offer guided tours for groups on request in Finnish, Swedish and English. Group sizes and prices vary by museum. The group can hold up to 25 people. Guided tours are reserved separately for each museum.

EMMA – Espoo Museum of Modern Art
Mon-Fri at 10 am - 2 pm
043 827 0941

info@emmamuseum.fi

KAMU – Espoo City Museum
Tue-Sun at 11 am – 5 pm 
09 816 57052

kaupunginmuseo@espoo.fi