PORI ART MUSEUM
Eteläranta, FI-28100 PORI, FINLAND
Tuesday to Sunday 11am to 6pm , Wednesdays 11am to 8pm
ENTRANCE FEES: 7 / 2,5 / 3,5 EUR, Family ticket 14 EUR.
2 Day Pori City Museums Pass: 15 / 5 / 7,50 EUR.




RECOMMENDED EXHIBITIONS and EVENTS


The Create Zone
The Stage is yours - challenge yourself!

 

In his video work Breaking Records (2011) Nasan Tur tries to break various world records without prior preparation.

 

Step on stage and break your own records! You will find the equipment and instructions on the shelves in the Create Zone.

Jump with skipping rope. Scream and shout! Spin the hula hoop. Are the balls falling? Do push-ups! Build with blocks. A puzzle to solve. Explain and guess art words. Blow a feather.

You can share your performance on Instagram #thestageismine #poriartmuseum

 


28.09.2018 – 24.02.2019
NASAN TUR: Agony
HALL, Wing and MEDIApoint

 

Nasan Tur works in an intermediate area between the urban and the gallery space, drawing his material from messages and tensions he finds in the urban environment. He uses the city and its various spaces as a venue for intervention and performance, recruiting local citizens as participants. Some of the projects are on such a large scale that their presentation requires streets to be complemented with gallery or museum spaces.

 

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28.09.2018 – 24.02.2019
CAROLUS ENCKELL – THE SILENCE WE SEEK,
Maire Gullichsen and Modernism Serie

PROJECT ROOM

 

Kuraattori: Esko Nummelin

I am merely a reorganiser,” Carolus Enckell said in the 1980s.
According to him, an artist does not need to emphasise himself, his uniqueness or his inventiveness. Everything exists already; the artist’s task is to give them meaning.
(Timo Valjakka on Carolus Enckell, HS 27.09.2017)


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18.12.2018 – 17.02.2019
MRCVE (Jussi Matilainen, Asko Nivala, Janne Rahkila ja Simo Saarikoski): Time After Time (2017)
STAIRCASE


A retrospective review of MRCVE’s work that discusses the way in which power is used in a group of colleagues and how the different points of view could be merged to an artwork.The video is a study about friendship, time and how everything is intertwined in the end.

 

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11.09.2018 – 27.01.2019
Colour Cultivate
PROCESSwall

 

Colour Cultivate / Pori Centre for Children’s Culture Colour Cultivate is a communal and environmental art work at Hevosluoto allotment garden. During the summer 2018 art work was place to grow eatable fl owers and vegetables for Colour Workshop for Babies. Pori Centre for Children´s Culture created the art work with The Federation of Mother and Child Homes and Shelters in Pori (Esikko) and The Association of Luoto Allotment Garden as part of the Turku Universitys´Kokkeli Project.
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ARTIST CHERIE SAMPSON’S PERFORMANCE AND VIDEO ART COLLECTION


In August 2018, the Pori Art Museum has acquired a collection of 15 art works by environmental performance and video artist Cherie Sampson (b. 1963 Superior, Wisconsin).

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Latest News


Artist Cherie Sampson's gift
A significant performance and video art collection to Pori Art Museum
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About Us


Pori Art Museum is famous for its exhibitions of international contemporary art. It was founded in 1981 around Professor Maire Gullichsen´s art collection. Constructivism, Fluxus, trends in earth and conceptual art have all served as signposts on the museum´s path in the exploration of new phenomena in art.

Museum building history
Maire Gullichsen (1907 - 1990)

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PORI ART MUSEUM
Eteläranta, 28100 PORI, FINLAND
p. +358 44 701 1080
taidemuseo@pori.fi

 

 


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