Kemi Art Museum

The oldest art museum in Northern Finland is full of light, flair, and colour.

Kemi Art Museum was founded in 1947 in order to put the 136-piece art collection of the teacher Ape Rantaniemi on display. The collection mainly contains artwork representing early Finnish modernism. Nowadays, the museum’s collection includes about 2,700 works of art, including paintings, drawings, sculptures and graphic pieces from the early 19th century to the present day.

Marina Takalon katu 3
Kemi 94100 FI
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