Kati Ilves’ curatorial exhibition in Nantes

Vello Vinn ‘Rockets’, 1971. Courtesy of the artists and the Art Museum of Estonia

Vello Vinn ‘Rockets’, 1971. Courtesy of the artists and the Art Museum of Estonia

In Nantes, the international group exhibition ‘Ascending from the Liquid Horizon’, curated by Kati Ilves, will open at the cultural center le lieu unique. Taking place in Nantes, the birthplace of Jules Verne, the exhibition examines the dissolution of once-courageous fictitious narratives in the contemporary corporative and technologically advanced world. Included are works by Estonian artists Katja Novitskova, Kristina Õllek, Norman Orro, Laura Põld, Taavi Suisalu and Vello Vinn.

The exhibition is accompanied by a book which is released in collaboration with CURA.BOOKS, including texts by Patrick Gyger, Bas Hendrikx, Kati Ilves, Nat Muller and Jaak Tomberg.

Open: October 21st, 2018 to January 6th, 2019

Address:  le lieu unique, 2 Rue de la Biscuiterie, Nantes
More information: lelieuunique.com

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October 3, 2018
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