Anna Mari Liivrand (b. 1993) has graduated from the Estonian Academy of Arts with a BA in Installation and Sculpture in 2016. She completed her exchange studies at Iceland Academy of the Arts in 2015. Her recent solo shows include "Monument valley (may contain artefacts)", Showcase gallery, Tallinn (2018); " Amber", with Kati Saarits, Haapsalu City Gallery; "Unshatterable", Hobusepea, Tallinn (2017); "Fool’s gold", with Kati Saarits, Draakoni Gallery, Tallinn (2016). Liivrand’s work has been shown in group exhibitions including “Post Winter Mixtape”, Temnikova & Kasela, Tallinn (2019); "One-on-one. On skills", Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia, Tallinn; "Everyday Witchcraft", Kogo gallery, Tartu; "The State is not a Work of Art", Tallinn Art Hall (2018).
Prick of a Daisy
graphite, crayon, paper, glass, tin, plywood 65×42cm, 2021
The Rhythm of Clotting Moments
graphite, crayon, silk paper, glass, tin 59×42cm, 2021