Screening of the creative documentary by Piibe Kolka ‘Look a Little More. Katja Novitskova’s Art in Six Episodes’ at Regent Street Cinema, London

Look a Little More. Katja Novitskova’s Art in Six Episodes UK Premiere The Regent Street Cinema The creative documentary by Piibe Kolka offers a rare close-up look into the world of internationally-rising contemporary artist Katja Novitskova (b. 1984, Estonia). The

Kati Ilves’ curatorial exhibition in Nantes

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

Piibe Kolka’s documentary film ‘Look a Little More. Katja Novitskova’s Art in Six Episodes’ premiere at the Kumu auditorium

2018 05 30 / 6 pm
On Wednesday, May 30th at 6pm Piibe Kolka’s documentary film “Look a Little More. Katja Novitskova’s Art in Six Episodes” will premiere at the Kumu auditorium. The experimental documentary offers an unparalleled look into the practice of internationally-known artist Katja

Photo reportage from the Baltic Triennial 13: Give Up the Ghost at Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius

Baltic Triennial 13: Give Up the Ghost Artistic director: Vincent Honoré 2018.05.11-08.12 Tallinn Art Hall (Kunstihoone) 29 June – 2 September, 2018 kim? Contemporary Art Centre, Riga 21 September – 18 November, 2018 Contemporary Art Centre (CAC), Vilnius is inviting

Baltic Triennial 13: Give Up the Ghost at Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius

2018 05 11 - 2018 08 12 / 6 pm
Baltic Triennial 13: Give Up the Ghost Artistic director: Vincent Honoré 2018.05.11-08.12 Tallinn Art Hall (Kunstihoone) 29 June – 2 September, 2018 kim? Contemporary Art Centre, Riga 21 September – 18 November, 2018 Contemporary Art Centre (CAC), Vilnius is inviting

‘If Only You Could See What I’ve Seen with Your Eyes. Stage 2’ by Katja Novitskova at Kumu

2018 02 23 - 2018 06 10
The exhibition takes the visitor into the world of living machines, patterns imprisoned in synthetic materials, and two-dimensional sculptures of genetically modified life forms, with the daring typical to the dystopian realm. Katja Novitskova’s oeuvre is located at the crossroads

Another Normal Country | Šelda Puķīte, Valts Miķelsons and Indrek Grigor discuss the Baltic pavilions at the 57th Venice Art Biennale

The Baltic pavilions at the 57th Venice Art Biennale: Žilvinas Landzbergas R (Lithuania, Curators Ūla Tornau and Asta Vaičiulytė); Miķelis Fišers What Can Go Wrong (Latvia, curator Inga Šteimane); Katja Novitskova If Only You Could See What I’ve Seen with

‘The Archaeology of the Screen. The Estonian Example’ at BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts

The Archaeology of the Screen. The Estonian Example is an exhibition project that analyses the relationship between art and new media, and is connected to three concurrent events: the transfer of the Presidency of the Council of the European Union to

Estonian Pavilion at the 57th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia

If Only You Could See What I’ve Seen with Your Eyes by Katja Novitskova The Center for Contemporary Arts, Estonia, is proud to present the Estonian Pavilion at the 57th International Art Exhibition — La Biennale di Venezia, with a

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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