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‘Cream’, Kiasma's main exhibition in 2010, will present contemporary art mainly from private Finnish collections.

Private art collectors play an important role in this exhibition. Collecting contemporary art is increasingly common in Finland, and the exhibition offers a rare opportunity to peek into the collections of Finnish art collectors.

The central theme of ‘Cream’ was Young British Artists, or YBA, a group that dominated British art in the 1990s. Most of the works shown were on loan from Finnish private collections, which were found to contain plenty of really interesting British art.

Main exhibition image courtesy of KIASMA Museum of Contemporary Arts, Helsinki, Finland.

Courtesy of KIASMA Museum of Contemporary Arts, Helsinki, Finland

Courtesy of KIASMA Museum of Contemporary Arts, Helsinki, Finland

Courtesy of KIASMA Museum of Contemporary Arts, Helsinki, Finland

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