Solo show ‘Sailin on the Red Sea’ by Ede Raadik at the Kogo Gallery, Tartu

Ede Raadik as an artist has often been described as a feminist conceptualist. The core of her creative practice is centered on working with ‘found data’ – statistics from everyday life that are systemised, adapted to a minimalist aesthetic, and

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘vomiting and crying vomiting and crying you are my sister you are my sister’ by Kadi Estland and Netti Nüganen at Tartu Art Museum

The duo exhibition “vomiting and crying vomiting and crying you are my sister you are my sister” features two artists from different generations, Kadi Estland and Netti Nüganen, showing their newest work. Throughout the first floor of the museum, everyday

Photo reportage from the group show ‘Post Winter Mixtape’ at the Temnikova and Kasela Gallery

Announcing the end of winter, the group show at Temnikova and Kasela Gallery will set together works by Keskküla, Anna Mari Liivrand, Inga Meldere, Ann Pajuväli, Jaanus Samma and Sigrid Viir, which will present the viewer with an imaginary journey

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Chatty Matter’ by Kati Saarits and Nora Mertes at the Kogo Gallery

In the broadest sense, this exhibition looks at the material culture and the stories, meanings, and transformations that lie in it. There has been a long tradition in society to admire objects of tangible culture from the past, but how

Eva Mustonen’s solo exhibition ‘Spider-Woman’ at Kogo gallery

Deriving from the myths related to weaving (both ancient and contemporary), Eva Mustonen offers a prosaic version of tapestry as a niche and archaic textile art form. At the exhibition Spider-Woman the artist lays her creative process directly in front

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Epicentre’ Oleg Frolov & Tobias Kaspar at theTemnikova & Kasela gallery

Oleg Frolov’s and Tobias Kaspar’s duo show “Epicentre” at Temnikova & Kasela uses an image of the planet Earth by night as visual promotion. The night view reveals only the outlines of continents and spots of light pollution, effectively presenting

‘Still Stands and Resilient Nows’ by Evita Vasiljeva at Tallinn City Gallery

From 19 October until 25 November a solo exhibition by Evita Vasiljeva titled “Still Stands and Resilient Nows” is on display at Tallinn City Gallery. Vasiljeva’s first exhibition in Estonia speaks of continuous movement, uncertainty, and possibilities. Evita Vasiljeva’s work

Photo reportage from the exhibition by Kristi Kongi and Mari-Leen Kiipli at The Kogo gallery

Kristi Kongi’s and Mari-Leen Kiipli’s duo exhibition “Secret whistle in the forest” The exhibition is inspired by light, shadow and the idea of blurring the boundaries between different life forms. Artists create a magical space where visitors can perceive life

‘Common issues in painting and everyday life: crapstraction’ by Elīna Vītola at Kogo gallery

Kogo gallery is pleased to present Elīna Vītola’s solo exhibition Common issues in painting and everyday life: crapstraction at our Tartu gallery space. This marks the Latvian artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery, and Vītola’s first solo exhibition in

Photo reportage from Kristin Reiman’s solo show at Tartu Art House

the scale of biggest reconsider trajectory’s looping trail the consequenceless intermitter a plane that fails to eat its tail What is the last point of changing one’s mind without suffering from any major consequences? How far can taking big decisions

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