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

International conference ‘Queer Narratives in European Cultures’ at the National Library of Latvia

2018 06 07 - 2018 06 08 / 10 am
The second edition of the international conference „Queer Narratives in European Cultures” gathers scholars from various fields of humanities who deal with LGBTI history and queer theory. The conference will be focused on the region of the Baltic States and

‘The State is not a Work of Art’ at Tallinn Art Hall

2018 02 17 - 2018 04 29
The State is not a Work of Art, an international group exhibition curated by Katerina Gregos, opens on the 16th of February 2018 as part of the celebrations for the 100th anniversary of Estonian independence. The State is not a

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,

Dialogue. Mare Vint and Jaanus Samma at Project space KUMU

2017 06 02 - 2018 01 07
The project space on the 4th floor of Kumu is a mobile extension of the permanent display of Soviet Estonian art, with the intent of creating a dialogue between artists from different generations. The oeuvre of Mare Vint (b. 1942)

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

Jaanus Samma picked for the Estonian pavilion at 56th Venice Biennale

The project “NSFW: From the Abyss of History” by Estonian artist Jaanus Samma and Italian curator Eugenio Viola will represent Estonia at the 56th Venice Biennale. The exhibition consists of an aesthetically and dramaturgically integrated multimedia installation, which uses a

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

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,

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