Lallukka – Life in the Home of Artists
HAM Helsinki Art Museum, Helsinki
The exhibition showcases 43 visual artists who have stayed at the Home and 61 works from 1933 to modern times.
The Artists’ Home, located in Etu-Töölö, Helsinki and built with funds bequeathed by Juho and Maria Lallukka is a unique cultural monument in Finland. Prominent figures of the art field have painted and sculpted in this impressive functionalist building. The idea of an artists’ home is that people live and work under the same roof. The works selected for the exhibition tell the story of the Artists’ Home, while also providing broader views of the phenomena in art and society.
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