23.03.2008 – 02.05.2008
An exhibition of Kiasma Collections at Felleshus, Berlin. The exhibition is part of Kiasma’s 10th anniversary.
23.03.2008 – 02.05.2008
19.03.2008 – 19.03.2008
A Kiasma Theatre tradition, the Best of Tampere screening collects together awarded international and Finnish short films from the Tampere Film Festival. 6pm, tickets 7/5e
12.03.2008 – 16.03.2008
Pixelache is a festival of electronic art.
08.03.2008 – 09.03.2008
Performances in Kiasma Theatre on Saturday March 8 and Sunday March 9 at 2 pm. With museum ticket. Duration 107 min.
08.03.2008 – 13.04.2008
The new works of the grown up ‘enfant terrible’ are linked with the sensational ‘plate paintings’ of the 1980s in an exhibition presenting the career of the prolific artist.
06.03.2008 – 06.03.2008
Leading Russian performance art group, Derevo, returns to the Kiasma Theatre after nine years.
08.02.2008 – 01.03.2008
A new Finnish experimental musical performed by seven men and a chamber orchestra. It is directed and written by Pauliina Hulkko with music and arrangements by Sanna Salmenkallio. Première – Fri 8th Feb.
01.02.2008 – 13.04.2008
Nan Goldin (born 1953), who does not shy away from taboo subjects, is one of the most significant photographers of our time.
23.01.2008 – 27.01.2008
The DocPoint Festival presenting new and classic documentary films from around the world is already in its seventh year.
11.01.2008 – 20.04.2008
The plain cubic and grey exterior of the installation by Miika Nyyssönen (b. 1965) hides inside the opposite element: a colourful “cave” in rich shapes and forms. The Cavepainters Cave is a part of Kiasma Collections.
11.01.2008 – 01.03.2009
The Image and After exhibition is about internal movements of art, which travel back and forth in the history of contemporary art and its living practices.
30.11.2007 – 06.01.2008
This multi-part exhibition introduces to the viewer works of art, archives and historical accumulations from the Perestroika period – in different stages of their genealogy and association.
26.10.2007 – 06.01.2008
Carnegie Art Award was founded in 1998 to promote Nordic contemporary art and artists. In addition to the exhibition, the event includes awards to four of the participating artists, an exhibition book and a film presenting the artists.
12.10.2007 – 06.01.2008
The work of Maija Blåfield and Anu Suhonen is an experimental re-interpretation of Finnish film maker Risto Jarva’s 1972 satirical melodrama about scandal press and the use of power in the media.