Museum Of Contemporary Art KiasmaCurrently Open [Closes at 08:30 pm]
The Museum of Contemporary art in Helsinki is a paradise for the art lover. With over 8000 modern works of art on display it is certainly a wonderful museum to visit. Most of the art work has been done by Finnish artists but you will see a few international artists as well.
It isn’t just paintings but sculptures, figurines and other abstract arts that make the museum so interesting to explore. Some of the artwork is bold and big while there are also subtler, referential works of art on display. In short, there is a wide variety of contemporary art that has been exhibited at the museum. It will be a good idea to spend a couple of hours on exploring it all.
There is also a contemporary art theatre where lively performances take place. It makes sense to catch a show to understand contemporary theatre even more. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Helsinki itinerary 2 days.
- Children under 18 years of age are allowed in for free.
- On the first Friday of every month, admission to the museum is free.
- The museum is wheelchair accessible and hearing guides etc. are also easily available.
- Helsinginrautatieasema: Tram
- Cafe Kiasma
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77.88% of people who visit Helsinki include Museum Of Contemporary Art Kiasma in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
39.91% of people start their Museum Of Contemporary Art Kiasma visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Museum Of Contemporary Art Kiasma
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If to be honest nothing interesting was there during my visit. They have free entrance ones per month, just check their website. I was lucky to get into exactly on this day.
The Artist all seem to have an agenda, the pieces were mediocre at best. Unfortunately, modern art here is not even that modern, currently the majority of the presentations are productions from the 90s.
The building is very interesting. Depending on the exhibition you might be more or less interested, but it is modern-contemporary art installations. The views from the top floors are nice.
Amazing and weird stuff. 😱😂 Usually depends on the exhibition. Sometimes it's truly amazing:) sometimes not. :/
Modern, spacious, well-organized. I like that they experiment fresh, risky, provocative ideas all the time. The exhibitions may not always be significantly striking but never fail to open your mind as well as extend your imagination. Some piece of arts are "quite not there" and seem to be made by a try-hard art student, but isn't it the nature of contemporary arts? The building is a state of art and worth a visiting itself.