Porvoo Art Hall
Porvoo Art Hall
Open tue - fri 10am to 18pm, sat - sun 11am to 4pm
Art Factory, 2. floor
Contact us: +358 (0)40 730 9273, email@example.com.
Porvoo Art Hall is a place where everyone can find something interesting to look at. The exhibition space is primarily used to host private and group exhibitions of Finnish contemporary art, which change approximately once a month.
From 2019 onwards, the Art Hall will hold regular public showcases of media and installation art in the Fikka exhibition space. Kulma gallery have monthly changing exhibitions of contemporary art. The permanent exhibition consisting of works from Yrjö A. Jäntti's art collection displays Finnish art from the 1950s to the 1980s. The Konsta Art Lending Service both rents and sells works of art.
The Art Hall is also used to host monthly cultural events, such as concerts and lectures. Events are announced on the Art Factory’s event calendar.
The Art Hall shop
Buy for yourself or as a gift! The Art Hall includes a small shop specialising in art and design products. The range of products consists primarily of works of art and items by artists and artisans based in Porvoo and eastern Uusimaa as well as products from small companies. The range also includes Porvoo-themed souvenirs.
Welcome to the shop!
Yrjö A. Jäntti art collection
Yrjö A. Jäntti (1905–1985), the director of publishing company WSOY, donated his art collection of more than a thousand works to the City of Porvoo in 1984.
Exhibited at the Art Hall is a selection of the collection comprising paintings, graphics, drawings and miniature sculptures from the 19th and 20th centuries.
Konsta art lending service
Konsta art lending service rents out and sells high-quality works of art.
The range of works includes drawings, paintings, graphics, sculptures, ceramics, photographs and mixed technique works. There are over a hundred works on display from approximately 40 artists, and the range is constantly changing. The art lending service rents out and sells works of art to companies and communities as well.