| 3 March 1928|| +358 9 4542060|
| Nervanderinkatu 3, 00100 Helsinki, Finland|
Open today · 11AM–5PMSunday11AM–5PMMondayClosedTuesday11AM–6PMWednesday11AM–8PMThursday11AM–6PMFriday11AM–6PMSaturday11AM–5PM
Hilding Ekelund, Jarl Eklund
Kiasma, Amos Anderson Art Muse, Ateneum, Helsinki Art Museum, EMMA – Espoo Museum
Kunsthalle Helsinki Wikipedia
Kunsthalle Helsinki (Finnish: Helsingin Taidehalli, Swedish: Helsingfors Konsthall) is an art exhibition venue in the Etu-Töölö district of Helsinki, Finland. The Kunsthalle doesn't have own collections but hosts 7–8 major exhibitions a year from outside collections, focusing mainly on contemporary art but also featuring design and architecture exhibitions. It is owned by a private foundation and supported by the City of Helsinki and the Ministry of Education, receiving about one-fourth of its annual budget as public subsidies.
The Kunsthalle building was designed by Hilding Ekelund and Jarl Eklund. Completed in 1928, the building is a prime example of Nordic Classicism in Finland. The building has been renovated several times and the latest major refurbishment was completed in 2009.