Distinguished grand old man of architectural photography, Jussi Tiainen, (b. 1954) showcases his keen eye for beauty and his professional excellence at the Amos Anderson Art Museum in Helsinki. His summer exhibition Amos Bit by Bit, open until 3 August, 2015, studies the building, its structures and details from the basement to the attic.
The exhibition says beautiful goodbyes to the old Yrjönkatu museum building, designed for Amos Anderson by W.G. Palmqvist in 1913, which has served the art museum since 1965. The construction work for new Amos Anderson Art Museum premises designed by JKMM Architects within the functionalistic Lasipalatsi building nearby are due to start in autumn 2015.
For further information about Jussi Tiainen’s Amos Bit by Bit exhibition, please visit: amosanderson.fi/en/exhibitions/jussi-tiainen-3.
For further information about the new Amos Anderson Art Museum, please visit: amosanderson.fi/en/lasipalatsi.