Edith Karlson’s installation called Vox Populi at the City Gallery that is comprised of more than 100 animal figures and rabbit droppings speaks about participating with acquiescent calm in the eternal circle of eating and being eaten.
Marko Mäetamm, 'Deer' 2012, mixed media, 15x7x15cm
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SigrId Viir, part of installation 'Purpose of the Universe and the Flickering Funnel'
Temnikova & Kasela gallery is pleased to invite you to the opening of Jaan Toomik’s exhibition "Smells like old menś spirit” on the 5th of November at 6pm. Lastekodu 1, Tallinn
Temnikova and Kasela will represent Kris Lemsalu, Gili Tal and Dan Mitchell at upcoming Paris Internationale art fair.
Taking place at 45 Avenue d'Iéna, situated between the Palais de Tokyo and the Arc de Triomphe, Paris Internationale will occur from Tuesday, October 20th to Saturday, October 24th.
(c) Krista Mölder
© Mikko Hintz
From the 11th until the 13th of September, Temnikova & Kasela gallery will once again take part in Cosmoscow art fair, Moscow. The gallery will show works by its artists Inga Meldere, Kaido Ole, Mikko Hintz and Krista Mölder. The gallery will represent Mölder, Meldere and Flo Kasearu at this year’s Viennacontemporary, from the 24th until the 27th of September.
© Lilian Hiob, Merike Estna
The gallery celebrates with the opening of Merike Estna’s exhibition “Corporate Jungle” on Friday, the 4th of September. The gallery will be open to visitors from 2 to 10pm. The exhibition will run until the 31st of October. On the month of its birthday, the gallery is supporting Tallinn Photomonth. Starting in September, it is one of the biggest contemporary art events in Estonia this autumn. The biennial is looking for support for its growing activities within the field of art. Support Photomonth here.
© Merike Estna
Alongside her exhibition at Temnikova & Kasela gallery Merike Estna’s solo show “GENIALMYTHCRAFT”, curated by Elmar Mellert, is on view at Palermo Galerie, Stuttgart, until the 10th of September.
© Flo Kasearu & Temnikova & Kasela gallery
Inga Meldere and Flo Kasearu at Survival K(n)it 7. The artists will take part in the international contemporary art festival which will take place in Riga from the 4th until the 20th of September.
© Marko Mäetamm
The two-part exhibition "Home and Away. Raymond Pettibon: Living the American Dream. Marko Mäetamm: Feel at Home” will remain open until the 13th of September.
© Flo Kasearu
As part of Kanuti Gildi Saal’s 2015 SAAL Biennial, the artist together with Riina Maidre staged a performance entitled “House Music” in front of the Flo Kasearu House Museum building. During the 7th installment of Survival K(n)it festival in Riga, Kasearu will show works from her solo exhibition “Uprising” previously exhibited at Temnikova & Kasela gallery. The video from this exhibition will also be shown on the 15th of September at TOK, Saint Petersburg, as part of Kasearu’s new exhibition “Critical Mass”. The exhibition, running from the 4th of September until the 10th of October, will also feature two new airplane sculptures. “Holy Night”, a performance by Flo Kasearu, Oksana Tralla, Veronika Vallimäe, Marianne Männi and Riina Maidre, will be performed on the 9th of September as part of Estonian Theatre Festival.
© Krista Mölder
From August until November, Kris Lemsalu is an artist in residence at BMUKK studio,Tokyo. In October, Kaido Ole takes part in a residency at Tanto International Art Festival, Omuta, where he will present an exhibition in November. Krista Mölder participates in Nida Art Colony Artist-in-Residence programme in September.
© Jaan Toomik
Last month, the artist took part in EDVARD-MUNCH-HAUS residency in Warnemünde, where Eduard Munch lived and worked during 1907-8. Toomik's video “Dancing Home” (1995) will be shown at the Baltic Biennial in Szczezin 2015, taking place from the 4th of December 2015 until the 14th of February 2016. His video “Father and Son” (1998) is on view at Louis Vuitton Foundation through October 2015. Toomik’s film “Landscape with Many Moons” (2014) will screen at INDIE International Festival, Sao-Paulo; Braunschweig International Film Festival; and Helsinki International Film Festival.
Jaanus Samma will present his project "Not Suitable For Work. A Chairman’s Tale” at the Estonian Pavilion of the 56th Venice Biennale, which will open to the public on the 9th of May. Curated by Italian curator Eugenio Viola, Samma’s project is a fragmented fictive opera, which follows a Soviet Estonian collective farm chairman, on trial for acts of homosexuality in the 1960s. The exhibition will bring together archive materials from the Soviet Estonia and the elegant aesthetics of opera. Read a recent interview with the artist published by Art in America magazine here. Temnikova & Kasela will also represent Samma’s work at the upcoming Liste Art Fair in Basel, which will take place from the 16th until the 21st of June 2015. The artist will present recent works, previously shown at his solo exhibition “The Hair Sucks Sweater Shop” at Tallinn Art Hall Gallery (2014).
"Whole Alone 2", 2015 installation and performance for Frieze NY
This year Temnikova & Kasela will represent Kris Lemsalu at Frieze New York art fair. The fair will take place from the 14th until the 17th of May at the Randall’s Island Park. Lemsalu recently took part in this year's Sequences VII real time art festival in Reykjavik, where she is showing a spatial installation entitled "Fine with afterlife”. The artist’s upcoming projects and exhibitions include a presentation at Glasstress, taking place during the Venice Biennale; an exhibition at Blackbridge offspace, Beijing, opening on the 22nd of June; and BMUKK residency in Tokyo starting in August 2015.
Still from Jaan Toomik’s video “Dancing with Dad” (2003)
As part of the Whitechapel Gallery’s ongoing programme opening up public and private collections, the gallery presents four displays of the V-A-C collection selected in partnership with artists Mike Nelson, Fiona Banner, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye and James Richards. The project lasts from the 9th of September 2014 until the 30th of August this year. The exhibitions go on show in the Whitechapel Gallery’s Collections Gallery, each accompanied by a unique publication devised by the guest artist. As part of Lynette Yiadom-Boakye’s selection, Jaan Toomik’s “Dancing With Dad” (2003) will be shown next to works by Andy Warhol, Peter Doig and David Hockney. The exhibition, opened on the 17th of March, will remain on view until the 14th of June 2015.
Jaan Toomik’s recent film “Landscape With Many Moons” (2014) will participate in the competition programme of Bildrausch Filmfest Basel, Swizerland. The festival will take place from the 27th until the 31st of May2015.
Inga Meldere “Berzkalni” (2015)
Inga Meldere’s solo exhibition “Bērzkalni” opens at Galleria12, Helsinki, next month. The show will be open to public from the 16th of May until the 4th of June 2015. The artist will show new works - paintings and archival prints. Meldere will also take part in a group show at Careof, Milan, opening on the 9th of June. Organised by Italian curator Simone Manegoi and Latvian curator Zane Onckule, the exhibition will be a showcase of works by Latvian artists. Alongside Meldere's contribution the group show will include works by Krišs Salmanis, Ieva Rubeze, Ēriks Apaļais, Kaspars Groševs, Ieva Kraule, Darja Meļņikova.
Together with a Moscow and Paris-based gallery Iragui, Temnikova & Kasela will take part in the ninth instalment of Art Dubai art fair from the 18th until the 21st of March 2015. The Russian gallery Iragui will present works by Pavel Pepperstein, who represented his country at the 2009 Venice Biennial; Temnikova & Kasela will show new paintings by Kaido Ole.
The gallery is proud to announce that it is now representing artist Jaanus Samma. Tallinn-based Samma’s body of work includes photographs, installations and videos concerned with the urban space, subjective experiences of it, and investigations into the representations of male sexuality. At the Estonian Academy of the Arts, where the artist is attending a PhD program since 2011, he is mapping out gay narratives in Soviet Estonia as part of his artistic research, which includes interviews and archive research but also more subjective and artistic output produced based on the findings. Samma was the recipient of the 2013 Köler Prize and will represent Estonia at the 56th Venice Biennale. Read a recent interview with the artist published by Art in America magazine here. The gallery will represent Samma at the upcoming Liste Art Fair in Basel, which will take place from the 16th until the 21st of June 2015.
Flo Kasearu will show her exhibition “Uprising” at FUGA, Budapest Center of Architecture from the 25th of March until the 30th of April. The exhibition was first presented at Temnikova & Kasela gallery in 2015; images of the show in Tallinn and press release available here. Kasearu will give an artist talk at the Budapest venue on the 25th of March at 6pm, where the artist will talk about her ongoing House Museum project.
During this year’s Sequences VII real time art festival, taking place from the 10th until the 19th of April in Reykjavik, Kris Lemsalu will show a project entitled "Fine with afterlife”. The artist will present a complex spatial installation which will incorporate a performance. Established in 2006, Sequences is an independent visual art biennial focused on time-based mediums.