6/2014 gösta, guggenheim, art museum

This year private art museums have been topical in Finland: Serlachius Museum Gösta’s Pavilion was opened in Mänttä, Amos Andersson Art Museum is planning new premises in the centre of Helsinki, and the small Didrichsen Art Museum renovated its premises originally designed by Viljo Revell and reopened with an Edvard Munch exhibition. In the Finnish media, however, all this has been eclipsed by Guggenheim Helsinki. The issue presents the six competition finalists, with comments by a cityscape architect, the architect of the winning entry for the Helsinki Central Library, and two professors. The Guggenheim discussion continues also on a more general level.


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editorial | The moment of art museums
Jorma Mukala

Heikki Kastemaa, Anja Kervanto Nevanlinna, Otso Kantokorpi

Guggenheim finalists

Konsthall Tornedalen

Gösta, Mänttä
MX_SI, Huttunen-Lipasti-Pakkanen

art collection | Gösta Serlachius the art collector
Tarja Talvitie

city for art | A moment in Mänttä
Minna Joenniemi

didrichsen | A thriving private museum
Paula Holmila

spaced | interview with photographer Jussi Tiainen
Miina Blot

eliasson | Seize the day
Mikko Heikkinen

speaker's corner | The battle of egos
Rafaela Seppälä

books | Finnish Architecture Biennial Review 2014
Julius Jääskeläinen

déjà-vu | Aulis Blomstedt – Centre du Plateau Beaubourg, Paris 1971
Kristo Vesikansa