Gallery Gottorp is situated about four kilometers north of Kristiinankaupunki, by the road Skrattnäsintie.
The gallery is made up of a number of log houses dating from the 18th century, which are located in a thickly wooded yard. Inside the gallery you can find artworks by Stina Engvall and Sonja Lapveteläinen. The art exhibitions are renewed annually, but there is also a permanent exhibition about the persecution of witches in 17th century Kristiinankaupunki, as well as an exhibition portraying town life in the 17th century. The gallery is open in July (Tuesday-Sunday) or by agreement.
In July the gallery will be open Tuesday-Sunday 1-6 pm and Saturday 12-5. Also open in from May , June and August by agreement. Entrance for adults is 4€.
In the summer 2021 Gottorp celebrates it´s thirty years anniversary. The programme will be announced on this page.
Beside the exxhibition about witch persecution there will be an exhibition about modern witchcraft.
I will also participate this summer in the naivistic exhibition in Iittala wich starts in May and probably in the Art Naive Festival in Katowice.
Art Residence at Galleri Gottorp in July! Building can also be rented for overnight stay in June-August. More information below.
Skrattnäsintie 353, 64100 Kristiinankaupunki, Suomi
358 (0) 40 5094 733