Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Everyday Witchcraft’ at Kogo gallery

The exhibition “Everyday Witchcraft” examines everyday practices and habits as a significant part of art practice. Perceiving these practices as rituals, it is possible to create (fictitious) narratives and myths about artists’ work process and creativity. The exhibition focuses on

‘Zero G Tonic’ by Kristel Saan and Sten Saarits at Hobusepea gallery

2018 08 08 - 2018 09 02
Present exhibition with a cryptic title began during the artists’ joint residence in Endla marsh. With the help of the video and sound materials that the artists filmed and recorded there, Saan and Saarits have created a spatial installation in

‘Dead Man’s Skis or How To Describe the Forest to Digital Rabbits’ curated by Peeter Laurits at Tartu Art House

2018 03 15 / 6 pm
On Thursday, 15 March at 6 p.m. Peeter Laurits’ curatorial exhibition “Dead Man’s Skis or How To Describe the Forest to Digital Rabbits” will be opened in the large gallery of the Tartu Art House. Orchestrated with the help of

Exhibition ‘DEAD MAN’S SKIS. How to describe the forest to digital rabbits’ curated by Peeter Laurits at Vaal gallery

2017 10 20 - 2017 11 18 / 5 pm
Orchestrated with the help of 20 artists, the exhibition addresses a topic that applies to everyone these days: how to describe the forest to digital rabbits. The selected artists form a network, a rhizome, in which all parts differ substantially:

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