Espoo Museum of Modern Art
→InCollection is a series of annual commissions and exhibitions produced jointly by Saastamoinen Foundation and EMMA – Espoo Museum of Modern Art.
Through InCollection, Saastamoinen Foundation develops its permanent collection by commissioning an artwork from a visionary artist. The artist creates the work site-specifically for the museum’s architecture and its surroundings.
A curated exhibition will be organized in conjunction with the commission to shed further light on the artist’s current practice.
See below the current and upcoming exhibitions in InCollection. Read more about the collaboration at: www.incollection.fi
Pierre Huyghe: ChimerasPierre Huyghe's new exhibition brings together five works from the last decade, all manifestations of another subjectivity, non-human and inhuman, that keeps transforming itself. The exhibition consists of different intelligent life forms, biological, technological that learn and evolve in uncertain states.
Pilvi Takala: Close WatchPilvi Takala’s Close Watch takes a critical look at how power is exercised in public spaces through the private security industry. The multi-channel video installation is based on the artist’s experiences during her six-month employment and research while working covertly for the security company Securitas as a fully qualified security guard.
Tatsuo Miyajima: Sky of TimeSky of Time is an exhibition featuring the world-famous Japanese artist Tatsuo Miyajima. The show marks the continuation of a new form of collaboration between EMMA and the Saastamoinen Foundation. Every year, a new work will be commissioned for the Foundation’s collections from a topically relevant contemporary artist.
Alicja Kwade: Trans-For-MenAlicja Kwade, a contemporary artist widely celebrated in recent international art biennials, makes her Finnish debut with her solo show Trans-For-Men. The exhibition, that is built around a commission by the Saastamoinen Foundation, sheds light on the artist’s current practice.