VI Artishok Biennial in Tallinn

2018 10 20 - 2018 10 28 / 6 pm
From 20 to 28 October, the passenger terminal of the Baltic railway station in Tallinn will host the VI Artishok Biennial (VI AB) which will use the format of a fashion exhibition. For curator Sten Ojavee (Centre for Contemporary Arts

Photo reportage from Köler Prize 2018 exhibition at EKKM

Köler Prize is an art award established in 2011 by the Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia (EKKM). Its main objective throughout the years has been to give recognition to important artists and art collectives that are active in Estonia and

Köler Prize 2018 Grand Prix was jointly awarded to Anna Škodenko and Tanja Muravskaja

The laureates of Köler Prize 2018 were announced yesterday evening, May 10, at the award ceremony at EKKM. The joint laureates of Köler Prize 2018 Grand Prix are Anna Škodenko and Tanja Muravskaja. The shared Grand Prix, totalling 10000 euros, and a brooch

Köler Prize 2018. Exhibition of Nominees at Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia

2018 03 30 / 6 pm
Köler Prize 2018. Exhibition of Nominees at the Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia (EKKM) March 31 – May 20 Opening: March 30 at 6pm The nominees for the Köler Prize 2018 are ANNA ŠKODENKO, HOLGER LOODUS, TAAVI TALVE, TANJA MURAVSKAJA

‘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

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

The Artist’s Gaze. Self-portrait at Tartu Art Museum

2017 05 26 - 2017 07 30
From 26 May a new exhibition is open in the Tartmus project space titled The Artist’s Gaze. Self-portrait which complements the larger collections based exhibition The Eloquent Body. The self-portrait is a classical genre that has gone through several stages

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