100 objects: Finnish Independence

100 objects: Finland exhibition represents the story of Finland by featuring one object from each year of its independence. Happening from 17th of November in Museo Nacional de Artes Decorativas. Check out this exhibit to take a deeper look into Finland’s Independence!!

100 objects: Finnish Independence

100 objects: Finland exhibition represents the story of Finland by featuring one object from each year of its independence. Most noteworthy all 100 objects of the exhibition, one for each year of Finnish independence, were designed and made in that country, so they faithfully represent how life has been there over a century. Furthermore, these pieces reflect themes such as time, work, childhood, light, creativity, survival in the face of adversity, or joy. Lastly, these objects displayed highlights their historical innovations.

For more information about this event click here.

Location: Museo Nacional de Artes Decorativas (Calle Montalbán, 12, 28014)

Metro: Banco de España

Admission: Free

Dates: November 17th 2017 until January 14th 2018

Hours: Tue-Sat: 9h-15 h /Thursdays: 17h-20h

Sundays & Festivals: 10h-15h

Closed: Mondays, 24th & 31st December & 6th January

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