‘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

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘(Hyper)emotional: YOU’ at Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia

International exhibition-project (Hyper)emotional: YOU sets three equally important factors for the process: collective creation, scenography and emotional manipulation. The project curated by Evelyn Raudsepp originates from her concept of a grey-hall, the meeting point of the white cube and the black box,

Tallinn Photomonth. September 1 – October 29

2017 09 01 - 2017 10 29
Tallinn Photomonth is delighted to announce the full program for the international contemporary art biennial taking place this year from September 1st to October 29th. The 4th edition of Tallinn Photomonth biennial opens on September 1st with the group exhibition ‘Image

International exhibition-project ‘(Hyper)emotional: YOU’ at Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia

2017 08 04 - 2017 09 10 / 5 pm
International exhibition-project (Hyper)emotional: YOU sets three equally important factors for the process: collective creation, scenography and emotional manipulation. The project curated by Evelyn Raudsepp originates from her concept of a grey-hall, the meeting point of the white cube and the black box,

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),

Photo reportage from Sigrid Viir’s and Jimmy Limit’s exhibition “Import Export” at Temnikova & Kasela gallery

Sigrid Viir’s and Jimmy Limit’s exhibition “Import Export” talks about import and export in a general commercial sense, alluding to the transportation of art works and artists from one continent to another, customs procedures, and the mass migration of people

The Artist Doesn’t Get His Hands Dirty: Visible Solutions and other impossible histories

‘There is no such thing as society’1 — Margaret Thatcher As I begin ticking the boxes on the ‘fax transaction’ of Estonian-based entrepreneurial collective Visible Solutions, the deadpan sincerity of this Limited Liability Company’s contact form seems deliberately reminiscent of