The artworks of the Fine Arts Foundation travel to the exhibitions around the world.
The artworks of the Serlachius collection are exhibited around the world
The Gösta Serlachius Fine Arts Foundation may be physically rooted in Mänttä, but its artworks also have a taste for travel. They are constantly on loan in exhibitions in Finland and abroad.
Exhibitions of the Gösta collection have been held outside Mänttä and individual works from the Gösta collection have been lent out. Over the years, Gösta has held exhibitions in Helsinki, Tampere, Turku, Stockholm and Paris
The exhibitions of Gustaf Museum also tour in Finland and in foreign countries.
Due to the work of Association of Finnish Fine Arts Foundations, established in 2008, Gösta's works are now regularly shown in Helsinki in an exhibition space leased by the Amos Anderson Art Museum.
Artworks from the Foundation’s collections are on show in the following exhibitions:
Juho Rissanen – Childhood Memory 10 Feb – 28 May 2017
Didrichsen Art Museum, Helsinki, Finland
Includes following artworks from Gösta Serlachius Fine Arts Foundation’s collection:
Juho Rissanen, Old Woman with a Milk Keg (1902)
Juho Rissanen, Childhood Memory, sketch (1903)