Rebeka Põldsam

Rebeka Põldsam has studied contemporary art theory at Goldsmiths, London. She works as curator and project manager at Center for Contemporary Arts, Estonia. She has been a co-curator of the exhibition Untold Stories (2011) and occasionally writes art criticism. Her research interests lie in queer theory, Eastern European contemporary art and contemporary ethics. Her current biggest influences are Renate Lorenz, Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick and Emmanuel Lévinas.

From nudes to abstraction – interview with Merike Estna

estna one big painting on top of another big painting oil on canvas 290cm x 190cm 2012

Rebeka Põldsam (b.1989,Tallinn) is a contemporary art theory MA student in Goldsmiths, London, focusing on gender, feminist and queer art and theory, is interviewing Estonian painter Merike Estna (b.1980) on the occasion of her solo exhibition at Temnikova & Kasela

Tagged with:
Posted in News from Estonia