The Demolition Art House Pinni47

The Demolition Art House Pinni47 is now closed. Thank you for visiting and supporting!

The 1st demolition art house in Tampere, Pinni47, brings completely new kind of art to the cultural summer of the city centre! Prior to its demolition, a five-storey building located in the Tulli area, at Pinninkatu 47, will be converted into an art exhibition and cultural venue that breaks down barriers and walls. Similar art projects have never before been implemented in Tampere. The exhibition is curated by visual artist Teemu Mäenpää.

Location and arrival

Pinni47 is located in the center of Tampere in the Tulli area at Pinninkatu 47. The entrance is in the courtyard on the Varastokatu side. It is a short walk to Pinni47 from Tampere railway station and from Tampere bus station. Link to Google maps.

There are paid street parking spaces and the Tullintori parking garage nearby. The nearest tram stop is the Tulli stop (lines 1 and 3) and the nearest bus stops are Tampere-talo (line 2), Yliopisto (lines 2, 7, 9, 19, 40 and 43) and Sorsapuisto (lines 6, 28, 29, 90 and 95).
We recommend coming to Pinni47 by walking or using public transport.

Opening Hours & Tickets

The Demolition Art House Pinni47 is open from June 7 to July 30, 2023. Pinni47 is closed during midsummer 23.-25.6.

Opening hours
Wednesday – Sunday 12:00 – 19:00

Single ticket, adult: 8 €
Single ticket, 7-17 years old: 5 €
Summer pass: 25 €

The Summer Pass allows you to enter past the queue throughout the summer.

With the Tampere Pass one 7-17 year old in the company of an adult free of charge.

Ticket sales on site 7.6.-30.7.2023 Wed – Sun 12 – 19 (card payments only).

Ticket sales in advance from, a service fee will be added to the ticket price.


The call for artists received nearly 140 proposals, of which 24 artists / artist groups were selected. The exhibition will cover a wide representation of different art forms and an ample amount of ground-breaking, site-specific art. Various artworks, such as paintings, mechanical sculptures, installations, textile art, photos, video art, light art, and murals, will be on display.

The following artists have been selected for Demolition Art House Pinni47: Eetu-Elmeri & Octo, Ida Sofia Fleming, Inka Hannula & Teemu Raudaskoski, Katja Hynninen, Tommi Järvinen, Jarmo Kallinen, Emmi Kallio, Pasi Eerik Karjula, Jesse Kitinoja, Samuli Kivinummi, working group Kärhi (Tommi Silvennoinen, Vilhelmiina Sinervo & Nadja Räikkä), J.P Köykkä, Tiina Lamminen, Johanna Lonka, Maarit Luttinen & Samu Peltola, Elliina Peltoniemi & Pecka Peckersson, Tinja Ruusuvuori, EMC Salminen, Juha Saraste, Sarri, Veikko Sikiö, Sini Somppi, Paula Varis & Paula-Leena Jokitie, as well as VHS-klubi.

2nd floor

In addition to the curated art exhibition, which is subject to a fee, there will be a free-of-charge cultural venue open to everyone with exhibitions, events and workshops. On the 2nd floor can be found for example TAMK Fine Art Graduates, Backlight: Nykyvaloa / New Rays, Myrskylintu: An immersive exploration of the Ukrainian war and Romu & Random.

Accessibility info

Pinni 47 has an elevator to access all exhibition floors. Access to the elevator takes place from the right side of the exhibition main entrance with its own entrance. Ring the doorbell at the main entrance and the staff will come to open the elevator. The elevator only works with a key, so the staff assists in using it also between exhibition floors.

There are no stairs on the exhibition floors. Thresholds in the doorways are maximum 2cm. The width of the doors is 70cm at their narrowest (toilets), and 80-90cm in the exhibition rooms. Some of the works are located in rooms where for example wheelchair access cannot be guaranteed.

The building is so outdated that, unfortunately, there are no accessible toilets. There are unisex toilets on each floor. The nearest accessible toilet can be found on the side of the main entrance of the Tullintori shopping center on the second floor (access via elevator).

Possible content warnings for the works will be notified in the exhibition space.
Some works may contain flashing lights, loud sounds or distressing imagery.

Contact us if you want more detailed accessibility information:


The Demolition Art House Pinni47 project is managed by the Pirkanmaan luovat tuottajat ry association, and its main co-operation partners are TOAS, the City of Tampere and the city-managed cultural development project Operation Pirkanmaa. Pinni47 is a pilot project exploring how soon-to-be-demolished buildings could be utilised also in the future to bring life into the centre of Tampere through art and culture.

More information

Meiju Mertanen, producer, Demolition Art House Pinni47
+358 (0)50 3476 556