Exhibition intro in English: Magnus Enckell

Enhance your experience with a free exhibition intro to the exhibition Magnus Enckell.

  • 14.2.2021 at 12–12:30
in Finnish
Ateneum Hall
Tickets: with a museum ticket

Magnus Enckell: Boys on the shore (1910).
Magnus Enckell: Boys on the shore (1910). Collection Sigurd Frosterus, Amos Rex, Helsinki. Photo: Amos Rex / Stella Ojala.

A summary of the exhibition

On even-numbered weeks on Sundays at 12:00

Admission is included in the museum entrance fee, or with a Museum Card or a Friends of the Ateneum membership card. Advance registrations are not required.

The painter Magnus Enckell (1870–1925) is known especially as a representative of Finnish symbolism. The exhibition offers a comprehensive overview of the work of one of the most significant names of the golden age of Finnish art, and presents him as a multifaceted cultural influencer.

The exhibition intro takes place in Ateneum Hall, on the 1st floor. Duration 30 minutes.

Intros to the exhibition in other languages:

  • In Finnish on Thursdays at 17:00 and on Sundays at 13:00
  • In Swedish on the first Sunday of each month at 14:00
  • In Russian on the second Sunday of each month at 14:00