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Virtual openings of architecture exhibitions: Uno Ullberg – An Architect from Finnish Vyborg and Are we all ancient Greeks?

Welcome to the virtual openings of the Museum of Finnish Architecture’s summer exhibitions!

Welcome to the virtual openings of the Museum of Finnish Architecture’s summer exhibitions!

The opening of this summer’s exhibitions will take place virtually on the Museum of Finnish Architecture’s website and social media channels. The programme includes speeches, interviews with the curators and a live guided tour. The exhibitions will be opened by Professor Laura Kolbe.

UNO ULLBERGAn Architect from Finnish VyborgLarge exhibition hall

The Museum of Finnish Architecture’s main exhibition this summer is a thorough retrospective of the life’s work of architect Uno Ullberg (1879–1944). The exhibition takes you on a thrilling journey to Vyborg and provides a perspective on momentous decades in Finnish architecture. The exhibition has been curated and written by Petteri Kummala, PhD, Head of Archives at the Museum of Finnish Architecture. The exhibition script is based on an extensive research project undertaken by Uno Ullberg -seura ry.

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ARE WE ALL ANCIENT GREEKS?Finnish architects at the roots of cultureSmall exhibition hall

Greece has inspired Finnish architects for centuries. In the new exhibition in the small hall at the Museum of Finnish Architecture, personal notes, drawings and photographs tell of the travels made by Finnish architects to the birthplace of Western culture. At the same time, the exhibition highlights the significance of Greece as a wider cultural-historical phenomenon. The exhibition has been curated by Timo Tuomi, PhD.

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This event will be in Finnish with one presentation in English. Detailed information about the programme and how to participate will be published on the museum’s website:

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