Signe and Ane Gyllenberg Foundation is one of the leading and acknowledged contributors to psychosomatic and anthroposophic medicine and related scientific research as well as blood research in Finland.


The Villa Gyllenberg Art Museum is one of the finest private museums in Finland. Owned by the Signe and Ane Gyllenberg Foundation, it is housed in their former home on the island of Kuusisaari in Western Helsinki.



Welcome to a concert at Villa Gyllenberg Tuesday December 1st. Minna Pensola (violin), Anna Laakso, (piano), Marko Myöhänen (electronics) and Länsi-Helsingin musiikkiopiston jousiorkesteri perform Ludwig v. Beethoven, Kaija Saariaho, Jean Sibelius.Read more


Welcome to celebrate Jean Sibelius’ 150th birthday on Tuesday December 8th by attending a concert at Villa Gyllenberg . Kaija Saarikettu


Welcome to Villa Gyllenberg on Father’s Day November 8th. The Museum is open noon – 4 pm. Free admission for

Presentation of grant recipients
We will continue presentation of grant recipients with Anne-Marie Somero. Read more

The Signe and Ane Gyllenberg Foundation grants €1,746,800 for research in 2014–2015.

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Kai Kartio

As from January 1st 2014 M.Phil, museum director Kai Kartio is a member of the Board of the Signe and Ane Gyllenberg Foundation and the Board of the Villa Gyllenberg Art Museum.

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