Amos Rex

Mika Huisman / Amos Rex. 

Mannerheimintie 22–24
FI-FI-00100 Helsinki
Hours: Wednesday–Monday 11am–8pm,
Saturday–Sunday 11am–5pm

Amos Rex is an art museum in Helsinki where the past, present and future meet. Located within the functionalist landmark of Lasipalatsi, the newly built domed exhibition spaces lie under the distinctively undulating Lasipalatsi square. Amos Rex presents site-sensitive, experiential, and often technologically experimental exhibitions by contemporary artists and their Modernist predecessors. Amos Rex is owned by Föreningen Konstsamfundet.

The museum is named after Amos Anderson, a Finnish newspaper publisher, and philanthropist, who played a significant role in supporting the arts and culture in Finland. Amos Rex continues his legacy by contributing to the vibrant cultural scene in Helsinki and attracting art enthusiasts and visitors from around the world.


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