“I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn’t say any other way—things I had no words for.”
— Georgia O’Keeffe
The travel experience is not complete without a visit to art museums. For art lovers Hotel St. George and Kämp Collection Hotels provides a special treat, the Art Card 2023 entitles you to a 20 % discount off the price of selected museum tickets. The card is valid until 31 December 2023 and provides the holder to one discount visit per museum.
Museums in the program include the Ateneum Art Museum (reopening 14 April 2023), Kiasma, Design Museum, HAM, Kunsthalle Helsinki, Espoo Museum of Modern Art EMMA/WeeGee Exhibition centre and the Finnish Museum of Photography. Please see the opening hours from their websites before visiting.
Ask for the Art card from at any of Kämp Collection Hotels reception on your next stay and refresh yourself with art.
Moments Are More.
Exhibitions we recommend
—2.4. NAVIGATING NORTH. The Jenny and Antti Wihuri Foundation Collection is one of Finland’s most prestigious collections of contemporary art. Kiasma.
—5.3. MAIJA BLÅFIELD: ROADSIDE NARRATIVES. The exhibition, produced by the Finnish Art Society, presents the artist’s work over a period of 20 years. Taidehalli.
14.4. —. A QUESTION OF TIME looks at Ateneum’s art collection comprising works from four centuries, with a fresh focus particularly on how the collection has formed over time. Ateneum.
—9.4. ANTTI + VUOKKO NURMESNIEMI exhibition features works by one of Finland’s most renowned designer couples –first time ever in the same exhibition. Designmuseo.
27.1.—. ETSIN invites us to reflect on our own relationship with photography and why and how photographs make us feel and act. It invites us to experience what a photograph can be. Suomen valokuvataiteen museo, Kaapelitehdas.
—2.4. DORA BUDOR: THE PRESERVING MACHINE. This site-specific adaptation of the work is a yellow enclosure inside which a lone robotic bird flies over a landscape. EMMA.
—16.4. LILIBETH CUENCA RASMUSSEN: I AM NOT WHAT YOU SEE. The four large sculptures in the exhibition represent mobile or lightweight housing found in various parts of the world. HAM.