Kimmo Kaivanto Foundation awards grants in the fall of 2023. More information on the Grants page.
The decision on the recipients of the grants 2022 has been finalized. A total of 78 applications were received. The grants were awarded to: Henri Airo, Jaakko Autio, JP Kaljonen, Liisa Louhela and working group Erika Koivisto & Deria Kurkan. Kimmo Kaivanto Foundation congratulates the grant recipients and thanks everyone who participated in the application round.
Kimmo Kaivanto Foundation awards grants in the fall of 2022. More information on the Grants page.
Social questioning and political statements became one of the main themes in Kimmo Kaivanto’s art in the late 1960s. The selection of these socially influential works will be exhibited in Kimmo Pyykkö Art Museum from 17th September 2022 to 8th January 2023. A new monograph will be published also in September 2022 by Kimmo Kaivanto Foundation and Parvs Publishing.
Kimmo Kaivanto's painting Kun meri kuolee II, 1973, is on display at the Ars22 exhibition in Kiasma. For the first time, the key works from past decades are selected for the Ars exhibition. The iconic artworks provide a historical background for current topics such as ecological and social thinking. The exhibition is open until October 16, 2022.
The decision of awarded grants for fall 2021 has been made. Total amount of received applications is 63. All applicants have been informed of the decision. Grants are awarded to Taija Goldblatt, Lilli Haapala, Silvia Hosseini, Tuuli Malla & River Dialogues-group and Juha Valkeapää & Water Concert-group. Kimmo Kaivanto Foundation congratulates awarded applicants and wishes to thank all applicants for interest.
The grant call for this fall has ended. We thank all applicants for interest. The awarded applicants will be decided during December and we will inform all applicants after the decision is finalized.
Kimmo Kaivanto Foundation awards grants in the fall of 2021. More information on the .
The exhibition Blue Planet co-organized by Kimmo Kaivanto Foundation at the Art and Museum Centre Sinkka is now open with no pre-booking required. The number of visitors may be limited if necessary to ensure a safe visit for everyone. For latest information see .
The new exhibition Blue planet will stay closed due to the covid-19 situation until further notice. The exhibition catalog can be read .
Kimmo Kaivanto Foundation is co-organizing a new exhibition opening in The Kerava Art Museum 3.2.2021. The exhibition Blue Planet is curated by the Kimmo Kaivanto Foundation board member Veikko Halmetoja. Read more about the upcoming exhibiton: http://www.sinkka.fi/summary-in-english/
The decision of awarded grants for fall 2020 has been made. Total amount of received applications is 50. All applicants have been informed of the decision. Grants are awarded to artists Titta Aaltonen, Kaisa Illukka, Joel Karppanen, Arto Lappi and Lasse Lecklin. Kimmo Kaivanto Foundation wishes to thank all applicants for interest.
The grant call for this fall has ended. We thank all applicants for interest. The awarded applicants will be decided during October and we will inform all applicants as soon as possible after the decision.
Kimmo Kaivanto Foundation awards grants in the fall of 2020. More information on the .