Books & Plants Amos Rex Shop summer pop up
Books & Plants is Amos Rex Shop’s summer pop up located in the corner of Lasipalatsi. Books & Plants is inspired by the studio exhibition Between Us, currently on show at Amos Rex until 5 Sept 2021. Books and plants make a good pair, right?
At the corner of Lasipalatsi
Entrance through Amos Rex & Amos Rex lobby.
Save the date: Ekstasis
Kaija Saariaho and Jean-Baptiste Barrière: Ekstasis
Thursday 19 August at 9 p.m.
Bio Rex, Amos Rex
Save the date – more info about tickets coming soon!
Söderlångvik Villa & Museum in Kemiönsaari
Amos Anderson’s Söderlångvik villa and museum is open again after an hiatus of two years. This hidden gem lies in Kemiö just 170 kilometres from Helsinki in archipelago milieu amid one of the biggest applegroves in Finland. Now meticulously restored, the building showcases a selection of works from Amos Rex’s modern art collection, set amid Amos Anderson’s original interiors. The place breathes with the atmosphere of the 1930’s when Anderson converted the nineteenth-century country house into an Italian-style classicist villa.
To celebrate the re-opening of Söderlångvik’s main building, the museum presents the exhibition Through New Eyes. It features more than 100 Finnish paintings and sculptures from the Amos Rex collection, mostly from the first half of the twentieth century. The works in the exhibition have been carefully chosen to suit the atmosphere and interior design of each room. The artists include Sigrid Schauman, Rafael Wardi, Sulho Sipilä, Santeri Salokivi, Ragnar Ekelund, Alvar Cawén and Ellen Thesleff.
Book a virtual tour to Amos Rex
Bring your group or close ones together to enjoy a moment of art on your own device–wherever you are! Book a virtual tour to the Amos Rex summer exhibitions. Your group can be anything from one person up to hundred people.
On Amos Rex virtual tour, we dive into the summer’s two exhibitions Blick and Between us. Blick is a multisensory total work of art by visual artist Raija Malka and composer Kaija Saariaho that is at once painterly, spatial and musical. Museum visitors are invited to participate in Blick and to shape the space with their own creativity. Between us brings work by three artists to spaces beyond Amos Rex’s exhibition halls into areas that have not so far been used for exhibitions. The show features six installations; all of them have been created specifically for and to the exhibition’s spaces.