Open Call for the Gen­er­a­tion 2023 group ex­hi­bi­tion

The application period for the Generation 2023 group exhibition is 1 Oct–15 Nov 2021.

Creators aged 15–23 in Finland who are interested in artistic expression may apply for inclusion in this multidisciplinary exhibition, to be held at Amos Rex.

The Generation 2023 application period begins on 1 Oct. Exhibition participants will be selected on the basis of work proposals. You may propose up to three works or a series of works for the exhibition. A proposal may be a painting, drawing, game, web-based work, performance, video, dance performance, photograph, handicraft item, audio work – or anything done with passion. You can apply alone or as a group. If you apply as a working group, each member must be included in the application. The work does not need to be completed at the application stage, as long as there is a clear plan and cost estimate.

The application period ends at 11 pm on 15 Nov 2021.

Ap­pli­ca­tion workshop & Open doors


Need support in the application process?

You can take part in an application workshop on Wed 1 Sept. or Tue 26 Oct.

Sessions will be held remotely in Finnish and Swedish from 4.30 to 5.30 pm, and in English from 5.30 to 6.30 pm if necessary.

You are also welcome to visit Amos Rex during an open-doors event for Generation 2023 applicants from 2 to 4 pm on Sat 23 Oct.

Generation 2023 on social media: #generation2023 @amoskonst

Apply for Gen­er­a­tion 2023 group ex­hi­bi­tion

Application form and instructions will be published on this page at the end of September. 

The artists selected for the exhibition will be announced in April 2022 on the museum website, 

Works will be selected by a jury led by film director and/choreographer Ima Iduozee. The jury also includes Amos Rex museum director Kai Kartio, curatorial team members Anastasia Isakova, Krista Mamia and Laura Porola, as well as Generation 2020 exhibition artists Alex Luonto and Anna-Karoliina Vainio. 

Generation 2023 opens at Amos Rex in April 2023 at Amos Rex. The triennial exhibition’s ambitious goal is to present art by young creators.