Artist Kalervo Palsa (1947-1987) was a Finnish visual artist known especially for his original depictions of the macabre, death and sexuality. In his art he made keen observations of the soars spots of a small community, as well as the darker side of the whole society. Palsa lived and worked in Narikka, an area habited by the poor socially and down and out of Kittilä at the time. Read more about the artist and his life here.
Today Kalervo Palsa’s home and studio are open for public.
The museum is open Tue-Sun 12 to 18pm from June until September in 2021.
Entrance fees (cash only):
Adults 5 euros
children 7 to 15 y.o. 2,5 euros
children under 7 years: free entry
Kivitie 14 b, 99100 Kittilä, Lapland, Finland
NB Parking is situated in the beginning of Ansatie
Unfortunately the museum is not wheelchair accessible.