The Association of Finnish Printmakers

The Association of Finnish Printmakers is a national association whose members use graphic methods for artistic expression. The Association of Finnish Printmakers was founded in 1931, originally to improve the status and appreciation of graphic artists and to increase opportunities for exhibiting works both in Finland and abroad. In 2018, the association has 360 members.

Galleria G

Galleria G is an art gallery maintained by the Association of Finnish Printmakers. It is an artists’ gallery; the exhibitions are created by a committee of professional artists. The exhibition programme is diverse, focusing on graphic arts and artworks on paper, but the gallery also exhibits paintings, photographs, sculptures and installations.

Grafoteekki – The sales collection

The sales collection of the Association of Finnish Printmakers is housed adjacent to Galleria G. The collection is a representative cross-section of new Finnish graphic art. It is a place for affordable art purchases and expert information on printmaking and its creators. The sales collection is owned and maintained by artists, which guarantees its quality and reliability.


How to apply? You will find the information here: membership application

Printmaking Studios in Finland

From this page you will find a map of printmaking studios in Finland. By clicking the symbols of the map you will find links to printmaking studios that offer facilities for various printmaking needs to artists.


Pieni Roobertinkatu 10, 00120 Helsinki, tel. +358 50 362 2091,

Open Tue-Fri 11-17, Sat-Sun 12-16