Matti Järvenpää’s Iron Park
Pirkanmaa, Southern Finland, Virtually, ITE environment
The sculpture park, made of scrap iron by Matti Järvenpää (1836-2022) at his farm in Hämeenkyrö, is a polemic on the state of the planet, politics, changes in society, nature conservation and world peace.
The site is not open to the public, but you can view it virtually in the Rautapuisto video recorded during the survey project ITE in Pirkanmaa. It’s also possible to agree private visits with the family.
Read the artist’s bio on our website.
Article and a video documentary on Yle’s Egenland.
Images: Minna Haveri / ITE art surveys, ITE in Pirkanmaa (2016-2018), MSL
OPEN Not open to the public. For private visits, please contact the family, Veli-Matti Järvenpää, tel. +358 400 734587, email@example.com.