Damage Assessment – exhibiting the museum

On the upcoming (very) long weekend from Thursday to Sunday, 20-23 November the Estonian Contemporary Art Museum is hosting the off-season show “Damage Assessment”. The exhibition brings together twelve artists, who base their works on the building they are exhibiting

Knitted graffiti – from street to the gallery in The Hair Sucks Sweater Shop by Jaanus Saama

From October 30 to November 23 Tallinn Art Hall Gallery is turned into The Hair Sucks Sweater Shop – exhibition as a pop-up boutique for admiring, experiencing and purchasing a wide selection of knitted wool sweaters with patterns based on graffiti

Nordic and Baltic art in The Moderna Exhibition 2014 “Society Acts” at Moderna Museet

Twice before, in 2006 and 2010, Moderna Museet’s inventory of Swedish contemporary art, the Moderna Exhibition, has been shown at the Museum in Stockholm. In autumn 2014, the third edition of the Moderna Exhibition is presented at Moderna Museet Malmö.

Photo reportage from Tõnis Saadoja painting exhibition “Architectural Photography With a Small Boy – Oil Paintings On Canvas” in Narva, Estonia

From 19 September to 19 October Tõnis Saadoja painting exhibition Architectural Photography With a Small Boy – Oil Paintings On Canvas is featured in the Kreenholm quarter, a historical district in the border city of Narva, Estonia. Saadoja is one

Photo repotage from outdoor sculpture exhibition “On the Estonian Theatre: Twelve Proposals for Rakvere”

From June 26 to August 13 Kilometre of Sculpture (KoS) featured its first outdoor sculpture exhibition in Rakvere, Estonia. Following a yearlong trajectory with an open call for artists, its outcome and with the addition of selected works, the first iteration

Photo reportage from Kristiina Hansen’s exhibition “Changing, it rests” at Draakon gallery

From 11th to 23rd November Draakoni Gallery (Tallinn) features a solo exhibition “Changing, it rests” by Kristiina Hansen. In the show Hansen continues the themes characteristic to her oeuvre. Manipulating absurd situations and temporary sculptures she stages scenes that have

Photo reportage from ART IST KUKU NU UT – PRADA PRAVDA

ART IST KUKU NU UT is an annual contemporary art festival located in Tartu, Estonia that took place for the fourth time this year. The exhibition PRADA PRAVDA was built upon a wordplay that involves notions like capitalism, communism, consumerism,

Photo reportage from Tallinn Tuesday

Tallinn Tuesday is a series of joint opening events among a group of Tallinn galleries curated by Estonian Contemporary Art Development Center. Participating venues are open for extended hours and host special events. The fifth Tallinn Tuesday on 22 October focused on

Photo and video from Inga Meldere’s and Oscar Santillan’s exhibition at Temnikova & Kasela gallery

Temnikova & Kasela features an exhibition by Latvian artist Inga Meldere and Ecuadorian artist Oscar Santillan. Meldere’s series of gentle watercolours address the relationship between personal and collective memory. The artist locates this relationship in geographical and cultural terms, creating

Photo reportage from Estonian and Latvian Graphic Arts Exhibition “Interplay”

The “Interplay” exhibition at Evald Okas Museum in Haapsalu, Estonia  from 6th to 31st of August is a joint exhibit of Estonian and Latvian graphic art, with artists of several generations coming together. They explain that artistic work is primarily based