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Grönlund-Nisunen: Grey Area


Summer exhibition at the Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art displays art works by Tommi Grönlund and Petteri Nisunen. Works in the retrospective explore motion, sound, light, and other physical phenomena. The works challenge visitors to observe the surrounding world and to reflect on the phenomena encountered in everyday life.

There are several large-scale installations in the exhibition, including Feedback Installation (1998), in which four pairs of parabolic reflectors are mounted facing each other on the walls of the exhibition space. A microphone picks up the sound of the space. The audio signal travels through four pairs of reflectors, mixing with new sounds.

Espoo Underground (2016) consists of one kilometre of bedrock samples collected for building the new metro line from Helsinki to Espoo.

The soundscapes in these works vary from a steady rumble to a light knocking, as in the Spring Field installation (2012), in which the tapping of the coil springs triggered at random by electromagnets generates rhythmic sound patterns.

Tommi Grönlund and Petteri Nisunen have worked together from 1990’s and achieved both national and international recognition, including State prize in 2001 and Leonardo da Vinci World Award of Art by World Cultural Council in 2013. They have made numerous public works. The latest can be seen at Keilaniemi metro station in Espoo and in the New Children’s Hospital in Helsinki.

The exhibition is produced by Finnish Art Society and it has been previously on display at Helsinki Kunsthalle and Zagreb Museum of Contemporary Art.

Free entrance to the exhibition on Sunday 15.7.

Guided tours to the exhibition on Sundays 3.6., 1.7., 5.8. and 2.9. at 1 pm in Swedish and at 2 pm in Finnish. Guided tours for groups are available in English by appointment.

Artist’s Talk with Tommi Grönlund and Petteri Nisunen on Saturday 12. May at 2pm (in Finnish).

Photo:Grönlund-Nisunen: Arranged Randomness, 2016 (Kunsthalle Helsinki, 2017)


Glitch Art

September 22 2018 - January 13 2019

Glitch Art is an exhibition exploring the theme of faults in information technology, information systems and user interfaces, so-called “glitches”. This exhibition, which is pioneering even by Nordic standards, combines art and science and approaches the subject from a variety of angles, challenging the viewer.

The exhibition is produced by Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art in collaboration with the University of Vaasa. The curator of the exhibition is Tanja Sihvonen, Professor of Communication Studies at the University of Vaasa, a game researcher and an expert in digital media.

New Angles on Technology and Reality

Glitch Art focuses on digital faults and their origin and consequences, which are examined from the perspective of both the individual and society. Through the glitches, wider political issues are also raised, and these are addressed in both single works of art and in a dialogue between the works on display. The themes of the exhibition are related to today’s topical social issues, such as data protection, the use and interpretation of statistical materials, cyberthreats and information warfare.

The exhibition includes works that provide insights into the concept of glitch: video works, sculptures, photographs, textile works and paintings. The phenomenon is further illustrated by outdated equipment, software and games provided for visitors to play. One of these games is E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (Atari, 1982), which is considered the worst game in the world and renowned for its amusing bugs.

The works, which consider faults and brokenness from various angles, lead the visitor to a retro-futuristic state where the experienced reality is shaken in various ways. The dystopian future scenarios culminate in a video installation by IC-98, Abendland (II The Place that Was Promised, III The Edge That Was Set) (2013), which depicts a time after the demise of mankind in a mythical dimension. The exhibition has a comforting ending though: the acceptance of brokenness and the mending of cracks using the Japanese Kintsugi technique make the pieces click into place again.

Pixel Sculptures and Games to Play

The exhibition Glitch Art features works by Finnish and international artists as well as works from Vaasa City museums' own collections. Some of the works will be on display for the first time in Finland, for example the installation by Rosa Menkman, a Dutch pioneer in glitch art, and the pixel sculptures by artist Shawn Smith, which have come to the exhibition from Beirut via Paris.

The exhibition includes works by the following artists: Tomi Dufva (FI), Miklos Gaál (FI), Antonio Roberts (UK), IC-98 (FI), JODI (NL/BE), Nandita Kumar (IN), Jani Leinonen (FI), Sami Lukkarinen (FI), Rosa Menkman (NL), Peder Norrby (SE), Maija Närhinen (FI), Riiko Sakkinen (FI), Shawn Smith (USA), Anu Tuominen (FI), Bouke de Vries (NL).

Along with the works of art, the exhibition will include some of the most interesting game failures from the 1980s and 1990s, computer viruses from the 1990s’ collection of Mikko Hyppönen and different kinds of robots that no longer work or do not function as planned yet.

In connection with the exhibition, there will be workshops for groups of schoolchildren and students where they will be able to try and make glitches of their own under the guidance of experts. On October 13th, the national Day of Failure, guided tours and a special programme celebrating failures will be organised at the museum. In November, a seminar open to the public will be arranged where scientists and experts will examine the theme from different angles.

Opening of the exhibition 22nd of September

Opening of the exhibition for the public on Saturday 22nd of September at 11am to 17pm! Free entrance! You can play retro video games, try and make your own glitch and there will be some music.


Peder Norrby - Houses throwing up trees (2013)
Antonio Roberts, The Unstable Mediums –series, 2015 (video)


Kalle Hamm & Dzamil Kamanger:

To the Ends of the World

From 23 September to 21 January 2018

In the autumn, the exhibition To the Ends of the World by Kalle Hamm and Dzamil Kamanger will open at the Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art. It’s a kind of series of survival stories, both of people and of plants, addressing subjects such as why someone leaves their home region and what they encounter on their way to a new location. The themes consist of cultural and national identities as well as ponderings about newcomers in Finland and the concept of origin. The exhibition is part of the Finland 100 programme of Vaasa City museums.

The partly retrospective exhibition presents artworks from the artists’ individual production and a number of joint creations. The works address, in particular, the relationship of marginal groups to the majority and the relationship between the individual and society – exclusion, inclusion and equality. There are, among other things, drawings, photographs, videos and installations on display.

Kalle Hamm’s art is charaterised by his use of plants and animals as metaphors, while the motives by Iranian-born Kamanger often emerge from the artist’s own personal history. To create his works, Kamanger uses Iranian bead weaving techniques.

Some of the works on display relate to the theme of immigration, which affected the history of the Vaasa region. A new work presenting plants that once migrated here and which currently grow in the Vaasa region was created especially for this exhibition. The participants of a plant workshop aimed at immigrants contributed to this installation. The workshop was arranged in May at the Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art.

Hamm and Kamanger were awarded with the Finland Prize in 2014 by the Ministry of Education and Culture for the current and challenging social topics they highlight in their art. The artists have participated in solo and group exhibitions in Finland, Europe, Asia and South America.

The exhibition is produced by Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art.

Photo: Kalle Hamm j& Dzamil Kamanger, Working in Public Spaces, photograph, 2010-

Art Battle

From 4 February to 3 September 2017

The exhibition Art Battle celebrates the museum’s 10th anniversary. Kuntsi museum of modern art invited by an open call all interested in making an exhibition to submit an application to Art Battle. Four groups were selected among good applications, and they will show their skills in visual arts by choosing the works for the anniversary exhibition.

The exhibition presents the Kuntsi art collection, which is an outstanding collection of Finnish contemporary art. The collection contains works from as far as the beginning of the 20th century to the 21st century, but the focus is on art from the 1960s and -70s.

Which group creates the best exhibition from the collection's works? Which group chooses the most interesting works? The exhibition visitors vote for the winner of Art Battle among the four alternatives.

The exhibition concept is designed by supervising curator Kira Sjöberg.

Beauty of Tragic Elegance

From 4 February to 23 April 2017

The exhibition Beauty of Tragic Elegance at Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art 4.2.–23.4.2017 presents the production of artist Anita Jensen both retrospectively and with new series of photographs.

Anita Jensen is a Finnish visual artist and graphic artist who combine elements of Japanese and Finnish cultural heritage in her art. Jensen’s art contains a powerful sense of transience, deformation and the forms of Japanese beauty in all their variety. The works are like peepholes into another time and place, other lived moments, in the moods of which the viewer can participate as an outside observer.

Anita Jensen succeeds in capturing the core of Japanese culture, arts and aesthetics. It appears in her work in fleeting moments and aesthetic climaxes, unfolding in lucid subliminality or perfectly controlled awareness, and in surprising forms of manifestation. Traditional Japanese aesthetic concepts – the beauty of the lean and withered, the union of the elegant and the grotesque – reoccur throughout her work. These aesthetic polar opposites, or their ‘juxtaposition’, generate a particular tension in Jensen’s work, which is also manifested as open-mindedness and curiosity, enabling us to observe Japanese culture and art from new but also surprising angles.

On the other hand, Jensen’s works also emphasise the polarity between alien and familiar, and their natural unity, that is characteristic of Japanese culture and society as well. They open up Japanese culture and beauty for us in a new way, clear and unpretentious, yet nuanced with Jensen’s robustly Finnish, powerful expressiveness.

The exhibition is produced by Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art.


Nature of Man, a retrospective by Anni Rapinoja

From 28 May to 28 August 2016

The summer exhibition Nature of Man at Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art presents the production of visual artist, sculptor and environmental artist Anni Rapinoja from two decades. The exhibition radiating the tranquility of nature offers the visitor a sanctuary and a moment’s rest in the middle of everyday hustle and bustle, fears and worries. At the same time, the exhibition reminds us of the fact that we are still part of nature.

Anni Rapinoja (b. 1949), who lives and works in Hailuoto, an island in the northern Gulf of Bothnia, is one of Finland´s most internationally successful artists. She has been active in organising and participating in exhibitions since 1979. Rapinoja’s works have toured in exhibitions all over the world, including faraway places such as New York, Japan and China. Her works are part of many significant public collections, especially in Finland and Sweden. Nature in all its diversity is the starting point for Anni Rapinoja's creative work, as well as being her “colleague”. “Nature's contribution is almost always distinctly perceptible and the material is identifiable in my artwork. I feel that I'm just a mediator of nature's messages.”

The earliest works in the exhibition date from 1996. They represent a novel genre in Anni Rapinoja's production that was born when she began to leave her works bare, without shielding glass or cases. In the series Wardrobe of Nature (2005–2011) forms derive from the world of man and materials from nature. Works from this series were included in the exhibition Arctic Hysteria: New Art from Finland at MoMA P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center in New York, where contemporary art from Finland was displayed. An elk, a roe deer, a rabbit and a hare have been Rapinoja’s “colleagues” since 1996, as can be seen in the installations of the series Natural Lights (2014–15), consisting of innumerable droppings.

Anni Rapinoja’s most recent production is represented by an installation The Same Sea (2016), which fills the ground floor of the museum. The sound world is designed by music producer Jürgen Hendlmeier, who also lives in Hailuoto and who has composed the music for the work with his electronic instrument called a trautonium.

An earth artwork A Window of the Earth in the park in front of Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art is another dimension of the exhibition. The work, which acts as a vegetable plot, transforms itself according to the seasons and the cycles of nature. In the spring, it is the forms shaped out of soil and mulch materials that play a major role. The seeds sown in them gradually begin to germinate, forming living and growing patterns which, once the winter comes, will undergo another transformation. The work acts as a common garden to the city residents and museum visitors; it may be tended, and its bounty may be used, and enjoyed on a picnic, for example. The work has been realised by the sponsorship of the Bröderna Gröndahls Stiftelse foundation.

Anni Rapinoja’s working reflects her background as a natural scientist; her studies of geography and botany, in particular, influence her approach and selection of subjects. The key topics in her art are man’s relationship to nature and the quiet changes occurring in nature. For Rapinoja, art is also a form of environmental activism, a way to remind us of important issues. “When we become alienated from nature we feel bad, and mainly as a consequence of that nature suffers. With my works I want to highlight man as a part of nature, the importance of biodiversity of nature and even very small things there. My working method for man and nature is gently influencing through positive measures.”

Nature as “a colleague” requires that an artist has a slow and persistent way of working. Nature often takes over after the job of the artist is done. It continues the modification of the work. “This consists of wandering, looking, investigating, listening, collecting, photographing, drying, pressing, seeking the form, finding and making the piece. The piece can be like a process, lasting for years, continuing and changing. It's a way of life.”


13 February 2016 – 8 May 2016

The exhibition UN/SAFE in The Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art presents Finnish video art from prominent media artists of our country. Within the theme of security/insecurity we examine how the human handles changes or things that he or she finds strange within themselves or the surroundings. Rituals, places or fellow humans can be lifelines or security factors, but also be seen as threats or something scary.

The exhibition presents the work of 10 artists. These are Marcus Lerviks, Johanna Lecklin, Harri Larjosto, Lauri Astala, Juhana Moisander, Ewa Gorzna, Lena Séraphin, Mikko Kuorinki, Outi Laine and Minna Suoniemi. Marcus Lerviks just recently represented Finland in the Moscow Bienniale. Lerviks’ newest work hasn’t been displayed earlier and represents the most recent video art in the exhibition.

Time wise the works range from the early 2000’s until this day. Video art has in Finland become a more common art form just within a few decades. The art form, which places itself somewhere between the visual arts and films has at the same time also grown to contain many other forms of media and developed into something more complex in the constantly digitalizing world.

The whole exhibition has mainly been collected from works from the catalogue of AV-arkki, The Distribution Centre for Finnish Media Art and work from the Swanljung collection, that are deponated at the Kuntsi Museum of Modern art. The exhibition has been produced by the Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art.

Picture: Minna Suoniemi, Lullaby 2012, AV-arkki.

Laila Pullinen: Dolce Reverie, Pertti Nisonen


Out of the Box

12 June – 27 September 2015

The summer exhibition Out of the Box, which will be opened at Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art on 12 June 2015, presents more than twenty prominent Finnish artists and their most recent works. The exhibition will be produced by the Cooperative Forum Box and Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art and curated by Juha-Heikki Tihinen.

Art needs a space of its own, to enable the viewer to experience it to the full. The Forum Box is an artists’ cooperative established in 1996 on the initiave of Art Academic and sculptor Kain Tapper (1930–2004). The cooperative has an exhibition space, the Forum Box in Helsinki, which is open to all art. The purpose of Tapper was to create a space where the focus is on artistic quality, and not on commercialism, for example.

Today the cooperative has over 90 members, the majority of which are visual artists. The exhibition Out of the Box will present more than 20 of the cooperative’s artists and their versatile artistic skills. The participating artists represent a solid and impressive artistic talent. The membership of the cooperative could be described as the polyphony and unpredictability of Finnish visual art in a nutshell. As part of the exhibition, works by one of the most renowned Finnish sculptors, academic Kain Tapper, from the collections of Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art will be on display.

The exhibition aims to capture the spirit of Forum Box, to feature the power and originality of the initiative. The artists in the cooperative are very dissimilar; they do not have any style, technique or ism in common that would describe them all. What they do share, though, is their belief in the possibility of unfettered art. The idea of Tapper was to create a space for it, a place where the focus is on high quality, not on form or any other feature of art. In this way art can help people understand their own world and its essence and also open up new perspectives and horizons.

The current members of the cooperative cannot easily be grouped into specific categories but, classified in accordance with the various media in which they work, they include sculptors, painters, graphic artists, photographers as well as those working on installations and videos. The choices of artists have been guided by the desire to convey the versatility and wide scope of Forum Box as well as to emphasise the presence of different generations of artists. Another aim was to invite to the unique space at Kuntsi Museum artists, who feel as much home in Vaasa as in their homebase exhibition space in Ruoholahti, Helsinki. The Forum Box is a high, unrefined and unsophisticated exhibition space, where art has a space of its own and sufficient room to be itself, in all its glory.

The exhibition to be built at Kuntsi will consist in part of works that have been on display in the Forum Box and in part of entirely new ones. Each artistic ensemble is, however, designed specifically for Kuntsi Museum, respecting its architecture and location. The order of display allows both first-comers and regular visitors to the museum to experience the appearance of art in the space. Our purpose is also to show how art reinvents the space around it and changes our relation to our immediate environment. Art is a mirror, which does not reflect what we want, but which has a power to change everything into its mirror image, that is, into another reality.

The works on display convey the Forum Box’s strong spirit of community, which is about collegiality, regardless of age or any other variable. This, for its part, reflects the undisciplined and fascinating nature of living art. Each artist was advised to be themselves and to represent the Forum Box as a community of individuals where art comes first. The institution, which will soon celebrate its 20th anniversary, has turned out to be dynamic and capable of renewal. The reason for its existence is art, which is what keeps it vibrant and constantly versatile.

The artists participating in the exhibition are Stefan Bremer, Carolus Enckell, Petri Eskelinen, Susanne Gottberg, Radoslaw Gryta, Outi Heiskanen, Emma Helle, Eemil Karila, Pekka Kauhanen, Tapani Kokko, Markus Konttinen, Arto Korhonen, Jukka Korkeila, Markus Kåhre, Johanna Lecklin, Antti Oikarinen, Tarja Pitkänen-Walter, Jorma Puranen, Janne Räisänen, Antti Tanttu, Marianna Uutinen, Marko Vuokola and Kain Tapper.

The curator of Out of the Box, Juha-Heikki Tihinen, will present the exbition in a curator’s tour to be organised in September. In July, in connection with the exhibition, there will be guided tours for children between the ages 4 to 10 where they will be able to get to know the museum building – a former customs warehouse – and to see contemporary art. Guided tours that are open to the public will be organised on Thursdays and Sundays from 14 June onward. In July (8 to 9 July and 15 to 16 July), visitors will be able to become acquainted with local art collectors in Vaasa in a walking tour around the living quarters of the collectors. These programmes are included in the price of admission. On the Night of the Arts, 6 August, admission to Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art and to the exhibition Out of the Box will be free.


Guided tours in English:

Guided tours for groups are available in English by appointment. Contact tour bookings, tel. +358 40 356 4870 (Tue-Fri 10 am-3 pm) or by e-mail, kuntsi.info(a)vaasa.fi.

Kalle Hamm & Dzamil Kamanger - Herbaario (Vaasa) Part 1: Useful plants – Närpiö nurseries pigment print 50 x 72 cm

Kuntsin modernin taiteen museo

The Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art was opened to the public in February 2007. The museum is situated in a former customs warehouse in the Inner Harbour of Vaasa. The building has 2,000 m² of space, which has been planned exclusively for museum activities. Thanks to the museum, both national and international exhibitions of modern and contemporary art are now a permanent feature of Vaasa’s artistic life.

The Kuntsi Foundation, founded by Consul Simo Kuntsi (1913-1984), has had the clear intention from beginning to provide the public with different aspects of contemporary art as well as to collect and present art phenomena from the art world’s recent history. This mission is now continued by the Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art.

In 1971 Simo Kuntsi brought his growing art collection to his former hometown with the ambition of expanding the already fine supply of art in Vaasa. He also made an agreement with the City of Vaasa, whereby the city promised to keep the collection in Vaasa as well as to organize space in the form of a museum for it. The premises of the Vaasa Commercial School provided a space for presenting the collection in the 1970s and 1980s. However, in the 1990s, the space available at the school was no longer enough to satisfy the demands of the modern art museum, and the search for new appropriate space for the art collection began. In 2000 the Vaasa City Council eventually made a decision to build a new museum for modern art based around Kuntsi Art Collection. Vaasa City planned and renovated the former customs warehouse to make it a suitable location for an art museum.

The base collection in the Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art is the Kuntsi Foundation’s art collection – one of the most important classic collections of contemporary art in Finland covering pop art, kinetic art as well as committed art, informalism, surrealism, new expressionism, postmodernism… The more than 900 works forming the collection are a cross section of modern art history, from international modernists to the Finnish artists of today. But most of all, it is the classic collection of Finnish contemporary art created in the 1950s and onward.

The Kuntsi Collection is constantly growing and other nationally remarkable private collections are both deposited and donated in connection with it. Donations and depositions continue the work started by Consul Simo Kuntsi, and increase the importance of Vaasa in the modern and contemporary art world. Regular cooperation with other museums, artists and collectors in Finland and abroad further expands the museum’s operation as well as the exhibition offerings of the most topical art.

Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art is also a forum for inter-artistic collaboration: music, literature, dance and theatre form a self-evident part in the museum’s operation. The museum functions also as a teacher in art education. Different advised activities, guided tours, art clubs, workshops and lectures are organized in the museum. And an atelier called Studio has been especially designed for younger visitors. The Café Simo (closed at the moment), a Museum Shop and an art library are also available for visitors’ use in the museum.

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Opening hours, tickets and guided tours


Tuesday — Sunday 11 a.m. — 5 p.m.
Monday closed

Café Simo
Café is closed at the moment.

Museum Shop
Tuesday — Sunday 11 a.m. — 5 p.m.
Monday closed


7 € Adults
5 €
Students, seniors, conscripts, unemployed, group visitors (more than 10 people)
Youth under 18

Day Ticket to the Museums
12 / 9 €
Buy one ticket and get acquainted with the museum of the city of Vaasa in a day!

Valid for museums: Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art, Tikanoja Art Museum, Osthrobothnian Museum and Terranova - Kvarken Nature Centre, The Museum of Old Vaasa (open only during summer). All rights reserved. Entrance to the museums during their visiting hours.

Kuntsi Club
22 / 35 €
The Kuntsi Club card is an inexpensive way to become acquainted with the annual programme.

Exceptional opening hours in 2017

13.4. Maundy Thursday open 11–15
14.4. Good Friday closed
15.4. open
16.4. Easter Day open
17.4. Easter Monday closed
30.5. May Day's eve open 11–15
1.5.   May Day closed
18.5. International Museum Day open
25.5. Ascension Day open
23.6. Midsummer's Eve closed
24.6. Midsummer's Day closed
25.6. (Sunday) closed
10.8. The Night of Arts open 15–22
4.11. All Saints’ Day open
6.12.  Independence Day closed
20.–25.12. closed
31.12.  New Year's Eve open 11–15
1.1.18 New Year's Day open

Days with free entry in 2017:
You can visit the Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art free of charge on special days.

18.5.2017 International Museum Day
10.8.2017 The Night of the Arts
1.10.2017 City of Vaasa, founding Day


Guided tours for groups are available in English by appointment.
Contact tour bookings, tel. +358 40 356 4870 (Tue-Fri 10 am-3 pm) or by e-mail, kuntsi.info(a)vaasa.fi.

Tour fees during the opening hours (VAT included):
30 € / group (Tuesday-Friday)
50 € / group ( Saturday-Sunday)
60 € / group (special guided tour)
Max. 30 people / group

Guided tours that are open for the public and included in the price of admission, will be organised on Sundays at 1 pm in Finnish and at 3 pm in Swedish.


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Riina Peltonen
+358 40 353 7377

Magdalena Lindroos
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Anna Franck
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Koulukatu 2
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Museum Assistant
Teemu Vaahtera
Koulukatu 2
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Collection operations:

Acting Museum Director
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Collection Assistant
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Kati Lehtinen
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Regional Art Museum Researcher
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Building Researcher
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