‘The Seed Can Be Initialized Randomly II’ at Temnikova & Kasela gallery

2017 05 19 - 2017 08 19
Ana Cardoso (b.1978) and Merike Estna (b.1980) are both painters who have come together at two different geographic and temporal points to explore the medium of painting, traditional crafts and a woman’s place in the art world. The first series

Solo exhibition ‘Unshatterable’ by Anna Mari Liivrand at Hobusepea gallery

2017 05 17 - 2017 06 05
The title of the exhibition refers to the shatterproof quality of laminated glass when it is broken. In the event of breaking it is held in place by a plastic interlayer that keeps the layers of glass bonded. Anna Mari

Tallinn Art Week. 12–18 June 2017

Tallinn Art Week takes place for the second time in 12 – 18. June 2017. It is a festival that brings the best of Estonian art to the audience. Tallinn Art Week is a unique art festival, which includes seven

Eastern European art as Difficult Knowledge. Seminar at EKKM

2017 05 17 / 3-7 pm
Seminar in EKKM (Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia) at 3 PM, 17.05.2017. Participants: Eleonore de Montesquiou, Liisa Kaljula, Sezgin Boynik, Solvita Krese. Moderators: Margaret Tali and Tanel Rander. The presentations and discussion will be held in English. Departing from the

‘Global Control and Censorship’ at Tallinn Art Hall

2017 04 28 - 2017 06 18
Starting 29 April, in collaboration with the Goethe-Institute and ZKM Centre for Art and Media in Karlsruhe, Tallinn Art Hall will present the international exhibition Global Control and Censorship, which will look at the unrelenting encroachment of surveillance and censorship into

Mart Vainre’s solo exhibition ‘Bubbles’ at Tallinn City Gallery

2017 05 05 - 2017 06 04
From 5 May Tallinn City Gallery will be showing Mart Vainre’s solo exhibition Bubbles, in which the young artist will be looking for how to break out of the filter bubble. How is it even possible to portray a filter

Aet Ollisaar, Heli Tuksam and Tuuli Puhvel ‘SOMEWHERE ELSE’ at Imatra Cultural Centre

20 year ago three female artists, good friends and lecturers at Tartu Art College, decided to do a joint exhibition. This is how textile artist Aet Ollisaar and painters Heli Tuksam and Tuuli Puhvel came together. The exhibition SOMEWHERE ELSE

Dénes Farkas’ personal exhibition ‘How-to-calm-yourself-after-seeing-a-dead-body Techniques’ at Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia

2017 04 21 - 2017 06 04
Dénes Farkas’ personal exhibition How-to-calm-yourself-after-seeing-a-dead-body Techniques focuses on issues of choice, uncertainty, insecurity and preparedness, highlighting the contingency of normality and casting doubt on the production of truth and scientific rationality. The exhibition comprises of site-speficic spatial and audio installations

‘Killer Image: Shifting Modes of Desire’ at Hobusepea gallery

2017 04 27 - 2017 05 15
The artists comment on their exhibition as follows: „There are two instruments for purposeful manipulating: material and idea. The sum of all possibilities is an imperceptible chaos where order should be created while ignoring disorder. We are interpreting mental ideas

Exhibition ‘Place where everything is better’ at Valga museum, Estonia

2017 05 09 - 2017 06 03
Exhibition „Place where everything is better” researches the popular opinion in Latvia – life in Estonia is better than in Latvia – through the language of conceptual and visual art. Almost all studies about local situation in economy, politics and