The Kiasma Art Museum is a contemporary art museum that is currently featuring an exhibit by South Korean Choi Jeong Hwa. He builds large scale installations where he "merges traditional art with the global consumer culture. The piece below is called Happy, Happy.
Choi is very playful with his art and the kids I saw had a good time spinning the art around. I thought it was a Dollar Tree run amok but it was fun and if I thought long enough, it would remind me of all the plastic junk that is in this world. Plus I don't think I'll forget this piece for a while.
We also visited the Amos Anderson art museum. Currently, they have an exhibit that is paintings incorporated into a murder mystery. You read a narrative and travel from room to room viewing art that is connected to the story. In the story a young Finnish girl naively answers a newspaper ad from a man seeking a date. The mystery is not answered until the last room. We thought it was a terrific idea to display art in this unique manner.