Galleria Sculptor, maintained by the association, is mainly focused on Finnish sculpture, but it also makes room for artists from the foreign countries and from the various different fields of art. There is a special exhibition committee responsible for the exhibition programme.
Nora Tapper (pj)
Anne Koskinen (johtokunnan edustajana)
Every five years, the association arranges an exhibition called SCULPTOR for modern sculpture as well as other exhibitions both at home and abroad. In 2010, the association celebrated its 100th anniversary by arranging an exhibition for modern sculpture in the Wäinö Aaltonen Museum of Art in Turku. The exhibition was curated by Pekka Jylhä, a sculptor, and Päivi Kiiski, a museum director.
The previous exhibition projects include, for instance, Transitions, an exhibition arranged in 2000 in Malmö and Rostock, as well as the Heart Project, which was arranged in the various different European Capitals of Culture. In 2001, there was a summer exhibition called “Eternal Return” arranged at the Helsinki Zoo in Korkeasaari. In the autumn of 2002, there was an exhibition called “The Lights of the Harbour” arranged in the South Harbour in Helsinki. In 2005, the association celebrated its 95th anniversary and turned both the Amos Anderson Art Museum and the Salo Art Museum into a home for two summer exhibitions called SCULPTOR2005.