Artists’ Spaces. Book launch

2017 01 24 - 2017 01 24 / 7 pm
The book launch of ‘Artists’ Spaces’ takes place on 24 January, 2017 from 7 pm at Rundum project room (Pärnu mnt 154, 3rd floor, room 304). “Artists’ Spaces”, edited by Merilin Talumaa and Annika Toots, consists of visits to the

PSEUDO: parallel realities of a frozen goldfish

If you look at something individually you only see it, and nothing else. But if you look at several things together, you start to compare. The Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia (EKKM) presents a group exhibition curated by Marten Esko

Group exhibition ‘Pseudo’ at Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia

2016 09 22 - 2016 10 30
There is no beginning. I was begotten – just like you – and since then I’ve been lumbered. Émile Ajar > Paul Pavlovich > Romain Gary, Pseudo These are the first lines from a novel titled Pseudo (translated: Hocus Bogus),

Nordic, Baltic and Ukrainian contemporary art exhibition at the National Art Museum of Ukraine

“Identity. Behind the Curtain of Uncertaint” – the Nordic, Baltic and Ukrainian contemporary art exhibition at the National Art Museum of Ukraine will open to the public on the 19th of March and will be on view untill May 22.

The Estonian Artists Film Club Society launches during Frieze Week

The Estonian Contemporary Art Development Center (ECADC) is pleased to announce the launch of The Estonian Artists Film Club Society during Frieze Week New York 2014 in association with Artprojx Cinema. Dedicated to showing works made by leading and emerging

Losing the battle but winning the war?

 On “Is This the Museum We Wanted?” exhibition held in Tartu Art Museum (23.1-9.3.2014), curated by Rael Artel, co-curated by Marika Agu, Mare Joonsalu and Hanna-Liis Kont “Is This the Museum We Wanted?” has gained sharp focus from the Estonian

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

MULTICRASH on November 1st at CCA

2013 11 01 / 5 pm
This Friday, 1st November at 5 pm Center for Contemporary Arts, Estonia invites to Multicrash – Berlin syndrome presentation. Kalle Keskrand describes the project: Life is about getting even. The everyday reality of a city deceives us with it’s safety – driving cars, stopping

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