Fiona Amundsen, Tanya Busse and Emilija Škarnulytė, Seamus Harahan, Chia-Wei Hsu, Susan Schuppli at Artspace, New Zeland

Utilising observation, forensic, and analytical strategies, the work of six artists offer cinematic approaches to capturing community-based realities. Through their exhibition, and a series of reading groups and events, Ex-anteis interested in tying stories and storytelling from the Canadian North, Northern

VAA Nida Art Colony’s exhibition “When the Sea Looks Back (A Serpent’s Tale)” will re-surface in Berlin

After an iteration at VAA Nida Art Colony this summer, the group exhibition “When the Sea Looks Back (A Serpent’s Tale)” moves to Berlin. The show will re-surface at the interdisciplinary art space District Berlin, run by the exhibition’s curators

‘Viktor Timofeev: Sweet Guardian’ at Podium, Oslo

Traffic tacks. Cross-from-to. Snake-squalls. It continues. Mutation-Recounts. Trivia. Night Screen :: white lines. This is what it tells itself: They gather around an autonomous two-dimensional snake game, unfolding inside of an abstracted Petri dish. The snake’s meandering movement and eventual

Exhibition ‘Les Exercices’ by Henrikas Čerapas at Otwarta Pracownia, Cracow

“Les Exercices” – the exhibition in Otwarta Pracownia, Cracow, is the first look at Henrikas Čerapas’ works from a different angle of perception. The series of thirteen canvases is the latest work of the painter (created in the winter of

‘Hello, Paris! The Path of Litvak Artists’ at the Permanent Representation of Lithuania to the European Union, Brussels

On Tuesday, 26 September, at 7 pm at the Permanent Representation of Lithuania to the European Union (Rue Belliard 41–43, 1040 Brussels, Belgium) the exhibition “Hello, Paris! The Path of Litvak Artists” will open. The exhibition is organised by the

‘The Archaeology of the Screen. The Estonian Example’ at BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts

The Archaeology of the Screen. The Estonian Example is an exhibition project that analyses the relationship between art and new media, and is connected to three concurrent events: the transfer of the Presidency of the Council of the European Union to

‘It Won’t Be Long Now, Comrades!’ curated by Katia Krupennikova and Inga Lāce at Framer Framed

Dates: 15 September – 12 November 2017 Curators: Katia Krupennikova & Inga Lāce Framer Framed IJpromenade 2 Amsterdam, Netherlands Framer Framed presents It Won’t Be Long Now, Comrades!, a group exhibition coinciding with the 100th anniversary of the Great October

Artists for Performa 17’s Pavilion Without Walls: Estonia have been announced

Estonian Pavilion Without Walls presents artists Flo Kasearu, Anu Vahtra, and Kris Lemsalu with a Performa Commission during Performa 17, the New York city wide biennial for contemporary performance taking place from November 1st through 19th. Curators/producers Esa Nickle and

‘Future Energy Summit’ brought together by Zooetics at Folkestone Triennial 2017

Sunday 3 September, 11am–6pm Silver Screen Cinema, Cinema 2 Folkestone Town Hall, Guildhall Street, Folkestone CT20 1DY   Future Energy Summit brings together professionals and enthusiasts from the fields of art, design, life sciences and the humanities to re-imagine and re-script

‘Summer of Love’ with Marko Mäetamm and Marge Monko at Art Space Pythagorion

The Schwarz Foundation is pleased to announce its exhibition for summer 2017, entitled Summer of Love. The exhibition borrows its title from the sociocultural phenomenon that took place fifty years ago in the summer of 1967. While in Europe 1968