Tove Jansson: Tupakoiva tyttö, maalaus vuodelta 1940.


To paint is to be

The exhibition presents the background and artistic influences of the multitalented visual artist, illustrator and writer Tove Jansson (1914–2001). The exhibition concentrates on Jansson's career as a visual artist. Together with Jansson's art the exhibition shows works from colleagues, friends and artists of the same generation.

Tue, Thu–Sun 10 am – 6 pm / Wed 10 am – 8 pm


Tickets: 16 / 14 / 0 € / Museum Card

Photo: Moomin Characters Oy Ltd / Yehia Eweis

Wassily Kandinsky: Kirkko Murnaussa

Didrichsen 55 Jubilee exhibition



September 2020 marks 55 years since the Didrichsen Art Museum was opened. The celebratory exhibition shows many popular works, including works by Pablo Picasso, Wassily Kandinsky and Helene Schjerfbeck, in both downstairs exhibition rooms and in the Villa extension. The exhibition also features what is believed to be Finland’s only painting by Mark Rothko.

Mon 10–18 / Tue–Fri 10–20 / Sat–Sun 10–18

Tickets : 16 / 14 / 0 € / Museum card

Photo: Jussi Pakkala


Björn Weckström: Ikaros


Man, machine and jewellery

The 85th anniversary exhibition of Björn Weckström  presents the artist´s two contrasting worlds – impressive sculptures in bronze with mythological themes, artifacts in stone and glass, as well as jewellery in gold and silver produced for Lapponia Jewelry. The sculptures are from the artist´s collection and the jewellery section of the exhibition is prepared in collaboration with Kalevala Koru, owner of Lapponia Jewelry.

Tue–Sun 11–18 


Tickets: 16 / 14 / 0 € / Museum Card

Photo: Maria Didrichsen