Art news from ‘Estonia’

Hobusepea Gallery, Tallinn: New coat of paint

20.03.-01.04. MAROS KRIVY (SK/FI/EE) New coat of paint MAROS KRIVY (1981) will open his personal exhibition New Coat of Paint in  Hobusepea gallery at 5pm on March 20th, 2013. Within the exhibition, two events will also take place: lecture „Bright colours in Estonian architecture: between 1970s and today“ by Andres Kure, held at 5pm on […]

Draakon Gallery, Tallinn: 419890

18.03.-30.03. ANTTI SINITSYN, 4 1 9 8 9 0 DRAAKON GALLERY Pikk 18, Tallinn, 10133, Estonia OPEN MON-FRI 11 am – 6 pm sat 11 am – 5 pm closed on SUN and holidays FREE ENTRY

Call for Applications: PERPETUUM LABS / BAC

PERPETUUM LABS / BAC Part I – Curating the Political  Venue: Baltic Art Center (BAC), Visby Date: June 13-15, 2013 In our times of systemic economic and political crises, rising public indignation and anxiety, artistic projects and exhibitions addressing political issues are once again at the forefront of critical attention. The objective of Curating the […]

Temnikova & Kasela Gallery: Two Hundred and Forty-three Postcards in Real Colour

Two Hundred and Forty-three Postcards in Real Colour  From Thursday, the 14th of February, Temnikova & Kasela gallery invites you to visit Laura Pählapuu's exhibition "Two Hundred and Forty-three Postcards in Real Colour" in Müürivahe 22 space. “In my past art projects, I have worked with the question of staging documentary. I’ve researched, how a […]

Tallinn Art Hall: Spooky days

09.01.2013 – 10.02.2013 Spooky days Erki Kasemets   Spooky Days Call for civil actions in monumental art at Tallinn Art Hall from January 8 until February 13. The events will be opened on January 8 at 6 pm. The Estonian multitalented installation and performance artist Erki Kasemets extends the personal collection display of his life-long […]

Kumu Art Museum: Fashion and the Cold War

Fashion and the Cold War 14.09.2012–20.01.2013  The Great Hall The exhibition examines fashion and related phenomena in Estonia from the 1950s to the 1970s, providing a captivating insight into the life of Soviet Estonian women and the dialogue with Western fashion. A book will be published, and creative and educational programmes for the public will […]

6th Tallinn Applied Art Triennial

Fri 23 November – Sun 3 February 2013 The goal of the Tallinn Applied Art Triennial is to offer a new, topical and unexpected focus, which will serve to help examine contemporary applied art and design practices on as broad a scale as possible. As an international art event, the Triennial enlivens and refreshes the […]

MoKs Centre for Art: Meiu Münt. “Once Upon”

Wed 7 November – Sun 13 January 2013 The exhibition presents a series of drawings by Meiu Münt, who started the work in 2009, as well as a selection of paintings from 2007 to 2012. A few keywords to characterise the exhibition: certain patterns of thought and behaviour, and their constant conscious or subconscious repetition […]

Tallinn Art Hall Gallery: Krista Mölder, Neeme Külm. “Being present”

Fri 30 November – Thu 27 December 2012 The cooperative installation by Krista Mölder and Neeme Külm stems from their shared interest in interior spaces and the possibilities of perceiving them. A pause. A room full of shadows. Some light trickling through from somewhere. A barely audible

Hobusepea Gallery: OTT PILIPENKO, MARI PREKUP & CO – Demodictus

Opening: 10.10.2012 Exhibition: 10.10-22.10.2012

Temnikova & Kasela Gallery: Christoph Manuel Müller

From September 27th to October 8th 2012, Berlin-based artist and photographer Christoph Manuel Müller will exhibit his photographs at the Temnikova & Kasela Gallery in Tallinn. The exhibtion “Before leaving” discovers a dimension of a surreal world that question its own existence. The selected photographs propose to work as mediators, allowing the viewers to travel […]

Hobusepea Gallery: VEIKO KLEMMER, Absurd

VEIKO KLEMMER (1985) will open his personal exhibition Absurd in Hobusepea gallery at 5pm on September 26th, 2012. Exhibition will be open until October 8, 2012.   Name:  VEIKO KLEMMER Born:   12.06.1985 Web:   Education:  2009 University of Tartu, Master of Arts 2007 University of Tartu, Bachelor of Arts Personal Exhibitions: 2012 […]

Temnikova & Kasela Gallery: We’ll see, We’ll see again

Temnikova & Kasela Gallery presents (Müürivahe 22, Tallinn)  a site-specific video installation project 16.08.2012, at 6:00 pm 'We'll see, We'll see again' by Alyona Larionova There is an ancient myth that keeps resurfacing. In the old times, when people had secrets they didn't want to share, but also could not keep inside, they would go […]

Pro Puu Gallery: Marilyn Piirsalu. Kadi Pajupuu – PUUTARI

Marilyn Piirsalu. Kadi Pajupuu PUUTARI  Pro Puu gallery, Lahti 17.–31.7.2012, Finland Press event July 17 at 2 PM; opening at 3 PM Grafic artist Marilyn Piirsalu (b 1981) and textile artist Kadi Pajupuu (b 1963) show their works made in 2011 and 2012 – drawings of wheels on wood in woven interior textiles.  Example video […]

12th Kohila International Ceramics Symposium

The symposium gathers well-known and young talented ceramicists and sculptors from all over the world, united by their love of woodfiring. In the course of three weeks, Kohila becomes a place where various cultures of the world meet, several ceramic sculptures will be created and firings take place in the anagama-type kiln – the biggest in […]

Draakon Gallery, Tallinn: Paivi Randver and Peeter Allik

Draakon Gallery Pikk 18, Tallinn, 10133, Estonia

Hobusepea Gallery, Tallinn: An Unknown Entity of Desire

CARMEN LANSBERG (1981) will open her personal exhibition An Unknown Entity of Desire in Hobusepea gallery at 6pm on July 4th, 2012. Carmen Lansberg has graduated from the department of cultural theory at the Estonian Institute of Humanities and as an exchange student studied at the Rome University of Fine Arts. In 2010, Lansberg obtained […]

Museum of Contemporary Art of Estonia, Tallinn: Neoist Disaster Night

Istvan Kantor performance Istvan Kantor Monty Cantsin? Amen! The Insurgent Neoist 17 June 2012 — 15 July 2012 Exhibition opening June 16 at 8 pm “Neoist Disaster Night” June 16 at 9 pm Istvan Kantor aka Monty Cantsin Amen’s “THE INSURGENT NEOIST” is the first exhibition project in Estonia to introduce the international art movement […]

Kumu Art Museum, Tallinn: Tõnis Vint and His Aesthetic Universe

Tõnis Vint. Linn. Vasaku käe peegel. 1979. Guašš. Eesti Kunstimuuseum. Foto: Stanislav Stepaško Tõnis Vint and His Aesthetic Universe graphics exhibition 18.05.–09.09.2012, 4th floor, B-wing The exhibition summarises some tendencies in the work of Tõnis Vint (b. 1942), a key figure in Soviet Estonian art. It is characterised by aesthetic universalism and aspirations to create […]

Hobusepea Gallery, Tallinn: Betasystem 1.1 / There is nothing to see

REIMO VÕSA-TANGSOO Betasystem 1.1 / There is nothing to see 23.05.-04.06. Reimo Võsa-Tangsoo has studied photography at the Estonian Academy of Arts. In 2011, he defended his Master's thesis where he studied the ways art audience receives interactive art. The starting point of the present exhibition „Betasystem 1.1 / There is nothing to see“ is […]

Tallinn City Gallery: SUBSTRATUM

17.05.2012 – 10.06.2012 TIINA TAMMETALU SUBSTRATUM The exhibition is open in City Gallery from May 17 until June 10 “Substratum” exhibits a selection from Tiina Tammetalu’s so-called Ground Series that she has been painting for the last twenty years. The artist herself has called the method of the series as painting archaeology i.e. an attempt […]

1Galerii, Tallinn: Frank Jons / Jüri Kask

Frank Jons / Jüri Kask 5 March 2012 – 10 June 2012 And still they have something in common. The word ‘surface’ loses any meaning on both of the author’s paintings, because in the world of abstractions casual rules are not valid. Frank Jons and Jüri Kask are moving freely in that sphere, yet in […]

The Museum of Contemporary Art of Estonia, Tallinn: KÖLER PRIZE 2012

28 April 2012 — 10 June 2012   KÖLER PRIZE 2012. EXHIBITION OF NOMINEES Opening of the exhibition on SATURDAY, 28th of April at 6 pm Artists Johnson ja Johnson, Flo Kasearu, Marge Monko, Marko Mäetamm, Margus Tamm The Köler Prize is an art prize that was founded by the Museum of Contemporary Art of […]

Hobusepea Gallery, Tallinn: The Dark Times

28.03.-09.04.2012 ELIS SAAREVÄLI   The Dark Times Exhibition opening: March 28, at 5 pm EAA Hobusepea gallery Hobusepea 2, 10133 Tallinn, Estonia

Draakon Gallery, Tallinn: Desire Path

LAURA TOOTS (born 1986) will open her solo exhibition Desire Path in Draakon Gallery on Monday 27.02.2012 at 5 p.m. Laura Toots graduated from the Estonian Academy of Arts with a Master’s degree in photography in 2011 and her current solo exhibition Desire Path continues the themes she has been dealing with during the recent […]