Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Entangled Tales’ at Rupert

Entangled Tales brings together local and international artists to look at the ways in which we think, communicate and live with matter.  The exhibition’s theme takes the lead from the artists’ practices and recent feminist approaches to materiality and ‘new

Summer group exhibition ‘Entangled Tales’ at Rupert

2018 07 04 - 2018 08 03 / 6 pm
Entangled Tales RUPERT is pleased to announce a summer group exhibition, Entangled Tales. The exhibition opens on the 4th of July and will run through to the 3rd of August, 2018. Opening: 6pm, 4th July Entangled Tales brings together local

Conversations with Smaug. An interview with the curators Saara Hacklin and Kati Kivinen

Šelda Puķīte: Let’s start with the title ‘There and Back Again’. Is that a conscious ‘Hobbit’ quote? Saara Hacklin: Yes, it is, but only in English. It’s not there in the Finnish title ‘Meno-paluu’ though, which would simply be ‘round

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘There and Back Again. Contemporary Art from the Baltic Sea Region’ at Kiasma, Helsinki

The exhibition There and Back Again brings together 26 artists from the eastern Baltic Sea region: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Finland and Russia. This collection exhibition explores the themes of identity, belonging and memory through the metaphor of travel. The title, There and Back Again,

‘There and Back Again’ Contemporary Art from the Baltic Sea Region at Kiasma, Helsinki

The exhibition There and Back Again brings together 26 artists from the eastern Baltic Sea region: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Finland and Russia. This collection exhibition explores the themes of identity, belonging and memory through the metaphor of travel. The title, There and Back Again,

What do the objects in the shape of an ear tell us? Sergej Timofejev in conversation with Daria Melnikova and Agata Melnikova

This conversation accompanies current show Dancing Specularity by Daria Melnikova & Agata Melnikova at kim? Contemporary Art Centre (20 May–9 July 2017). In a world where nobody trusts anyone, where people rarely strive for mutual understanding, two sisters envision an

The winners of the 16th Tallinn Print Triennial

The winners of the 16th Tallinn Print Triennial “Literacy – Illiteracy” were announced upon the opening of The Triennial on 6th February. Grand Prix Viktorija Rybakova (Lithuania) 3 equal prizes KIWA (Estonia) Officin / Louise Hold Sidenius (Denmark) Cia Rinne (Sweden

The 16th Tallinn Print Triennial: Literacy – Illiteracy

2014 01 06 - 2014 06 01
The Thursday, 6 February 2014, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Kumu Art Museum holds the opening of the 16th Tallinn Print Triennial. The Triennial deals with the relationship between visual art and literacy, between text and language in the 21st

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