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Didrichsen Art Museum´s exhibitions, events and news

Photo: Rauno Träskelin

THE MUSEUM IS CLOSED ON JUNE 19 AND JUNE 20

Didrichsen Art Museum is closed on Midsummer Eve, June 19 and Midsummer Day June 20, 2020. On Sunday, June 21 the museum is open from 11 am to 6 pm.

Happy Midsummer!

Photo: Jussi Tiainen

THE MUSEUM IS OPEN FROM JUNE 2

The Didrichsen Art Museum is open from June 2. The museum is open from Tuesdays to Sundays from 11 am to 6 pm. People belonging to risk groups can also visit the museum on Wednesdays from 10 am to 11 am. Kuutti Lavonen’s exhibition Time and Eternity is extended until August 23, 2020.
 

- The number of visitors in the museum is limited 50 persons at a time.

- Cleanliness and hygiene are maintained carefully.

- Hand disinfectant is distributed at the register and in all toilets.

- All guided tours and events are cancelled for the time being.

- Museum staff is provided with face masks, to be used by choice.

Guidelines for a safe museum visit:

 

- If you feel unwell or have any flu-like symptoms, do postpone your visit.

- Remember to maintain a safe distance to other visitors and members of staff.

- Wash your hands carefully.

- Cover your mouth and nose with a handkerchief when coughing or sneezing.

- Pay by card when possible.

Photo: Jussi Pakkala

KUUTTI LAVONEN´S EXHIBITION IS EXTENDED UNTIL

23.8.2020

Kuutti Lavonen’s 60th anniversary exhibition Time and Eternity that was closed due to the Corona pandemic in March, will be extended until August 23, 2020.

Photo: Jussi Tiainen

PRIVATE VISITS TO KUUTTI LAVONEN'S EXHIBITION 11.-29.5. 

The museum is closed because of the covid 19 pandemic, but we offer the possibility for private visits to the museum by appointment in May. 

Maria Didrichsen. Photo: Iiris Markkola

/ Didrichsen Art Museum. 

MARIA DIDRICHSEN APPOINTED NEW MUSEUM DIRECTOR 

Peter Didrichsen, who has been leading the Didrichsen Art Museum since 1992, has resigned on March 31, 2020. The Board of the Didrichsen Art Foundation has appointed Maria Didrichsen as his successor starting on April 1, 2020. Maria Didrichsen is only the third director in the 55-year history of the museum. During the years 1965–1992 Peter Didrichsen´s father and museum founder, Gunnar Didrichsen, worked as director of the museum.

Photo: Titus Verhe

DIDRICHSEN ART MUSEUM CLOSED MARCH 18 – JUNE 1

Following the guidelines given by the Finnish government the Didrichsen Art Museum was closed from March 18 to June 1 to help slow down the Corona virus pandemic.

OPENING HOURS
 

TUE–SUN 11–18
Closed on Mondays

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DIDRICHSEN ART MUSEUM
Kuusilahdenkuja 1

00340, Helsinki, Finland

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