The Museum Exhibits Itself: Archeology and the Future of Estonian Art Scenes

„Archeology and the Future of Estonian Art Scenes” (19.10.12 – 30.12.12) in KUMU is an exhibition assembled by four Estonian curators—Eha Komissarov, Kati Ilves, Rael Artel, and Hillka Hiiop—with the aim of giving an overview of contemporary Estonian art. To

Dénes Farkas represents Estonia on the 55th Venice Biennale

Center for Contemporary Arts, Estonia have selected artist Dénes Farkas to represent Estonia at the 55th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia (from 1 June 2013 until 24 November 2013), with his projectEvident in Advance, curated by Adam Budak.

Köler Prize 2013 nominees announced!

Jaanus Samma was announced as a winner of both the Grand Prix of Köler Prize 2013 and People`s Choice Award at the gala event taking place last Friday night at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Estonia (EKKM) In the catalogue essay

National Gallery of Art in Vilnius presents three new exhibitions

The National Gallery of Art in Vilnius is proud to announce the opening of three exhibitions – ‘The Crowds’, ‘The March’ and ‘About Neighbors and Passersby’ – that explore the relationship between the individual and society in art. The opening

Frutta presents the fourth and last episode of The Way Things Go

Frutta presents the fourth and last episode of The Way Things Go, a domino-effect exhibition conceived as the sequence of four curatorial proposals connected by a principle of mutual interdependence. After the disappearance of the works presented by Adam Carr with We