Helsinki, Finland

Erottajankatu 9 B
00130 Helsinki
Helsinki, Finland

Contemporary, experimental exhibitions: paintings and painting based installations, changing every third week. Artists are selected on the basis of applications by the Exhibition Committee, which consists of artists. tm•gallery is managed by Finnish Painters' Union, which is a nationwide artists' association and as such the biggest artists' association in Finland with about 1 500 members. The Union organizes exhibitions and workshops in collaboration with art museums and other institutions. It also sales artist materials at cost price. tm•gallery, locating in the center of Helsinki, has a versatile profile focusing on new Finnish painting. Besides paintings, also video works and installations are shown. The gallery also serves as a venue for seminars and different types of art presentations.

tm•gallery, located in the center of Helsinki, has a versatile profile focusing on new Finnish painting. The gallery is managed by Finnish Painters’ Union, which is a nationwide artists’ association and with about 1 500 members the biggest artists` association in Finland.
Annually in March the association organizes The Sales Event at Cable Factory, Helsinki. At the event or in event`s web gallery (, almost 2600 art works by about 700 artists from all over Finland are on display.
At Supermarket 2022 tm•gallery exhibits four contemporary painters: Taru Happonen, Teemu Korpela, Emma Luukkala and Sirkku Rosi. – agent between art professionals and contemporary Finnish painters
Websites of the artists:

Emma Luukkala: I went out, oil on canvas, 48 cm x 40 cm, 2021
Sirkku Rosi: Rococo, aquarelle on paper, 75x54 cm, 2020
Sirkku Rosi: Våren visa eller allergi, aquarelle on paper, 30x30 cm, 2021
Taru Happonen: Wet proboscis of a butterfly, oil on recycled plastic (100 % ocean plastic waste), 110 cm x 92 cm x 2 cm, 2021
Emma Luukkala: Small, Dear Things III, oil on canvas 48 x 40cm, 2021
Teemu Korpela: Portrait of a Lady seen From Behind, oil and alkyd on canvas, 40x25x10cm, 2018