The installation is on view 12 June–26 September 2021.
Merike Estna, "The Day Has Gone", detail from a sketch, 2021
The exhibition is on view by appointment throughout the summer.
Flo Kasearu in collaboration with 'Roots to Routes' are delighted to invite you to "(Dis)covering ... Mountains" – a day full of exceptional travels and a book presentation at Flo Kasearu’s House Museum in Tallinn.
The event takes place 12 June starting from 2 PM.
Kris Lemsalu, "Sally, Go Around the Roses", 2018
The exhibition is on view 9 June–19 September 2021.
The exhibition will be on view 11 June–20 August 2021.
The exhibition is on view 7 June–31 July.
The exhibition is on view 4 June–15 August 2021.
Kaido Ole and Benjamin Badock "You & Me", exhibition view, 2021
The exhibition is on view until 29 May 2021.
Flo Kasearu, "Client's Day", 2020. Still from video.
Flo Kasearu is taking part in the international group show "Performing the Fringe" at Pori Art Museum, curated by Jussi Koitela and Inga Lāce. This is the second presentation of the project, the first was on view at Konsthall C in Stockholm in the spring and summer of 2020.
The exhibition is on view 30 April – 29 August 2021.
Krista Mölder, "The Blue Bird", 2021
Krista Mölder's solo exhibition "The Blue Bird. To the Other Me" will be open in the large gallery of Tartu Art House starting from next week. Her work has been exhibited at the Art House group exhibitions before, but this is her first solo show in Tartu.
The exhibition is on view 3 – 23 May 2021.
Jaanus Samma, "Pattern no 23", 2021
Jaanus Samma's solo exhibition "Pattern" will be open in the monumental gallery of Tartu Art House starting from next week. It was created last spring during the artist’s residency in the Art House and his artistic research in the Estonian National Museum.
The exhibition is on view 3 – 23 May 2021.
Merike Estna, From the series of paintings "The things of the past", 2020
Merike Estna is part of the exhibition "Memory Shop / Tienda de Memorias" curated by Nicolás Bourriaud at Casa Wabi, Puerto Escondido in Mexico. This is the first exhibition showcasing the foundation's collection.
The exhibition is on view 24 April 2021 – 10 January 2022.
Flo Kasearu in front of her artwork "Violence grows in Silence", 2021. Photo: Vallo Kruuser (Eesti Ekspress)
The keywords of the award this year are creative self-expression and civic activism. Open Estonia Foundation acknowledges the cooperation between Kasearu and Orupõld for raising the issue of domestic violence in a vital and artistic way, as well as for offering solutions.
The exhibition is on view until 28 March 2021.
Installation view. Photo: Nick Ash, courtesy of Robert Grunenberg
The exhibition is on view until 27 March 2021. Update: extended until 8 May 2021.
Flo Kasearu in front of her artwork "Violence grows in Silence", 2021. Photo: Renee Altrov (Müürileht)
Flo Kasearu, from series of charcoal drawings “Excuses”, 2021
The work is on view 5 February – 4 March 2021, every day 5 – 10 pm (on weekends until 11 pm).
Krista Mölder, From the series "You were a bird", 2020
On 4 February the Annual Awards of the Cultural Endowment of Estonia were presented to the most preeminent experts in the fields of culture.
The virtual opening takes place on 27 January at 5pm and the exhibition is on view until 28 March 2021.
Oleg Frolov, "Natural filter", 2016
Exhibited artists are Yuri Albert, Danini, Oleg Frolov, Ian Ginsburg, Tobias Kaspar, Irina Petrakova, Alexey Ryumin, Denis Stroev, Natasha Tarr and Victor Zhdanov.
The exhibition is on view until 13 January 2021.
Photo: Edith Karlson
Temnikova & Kasela wishes you happy holidays!
The gallery will be closed for Christmas holidays 21 December – 3 January 2021, open only by appointment.
Update: Due to covid-19 restrictions set forth by Estonian government, the gallery will remain closed until 17 January 2021.
As we glide through the last days of this unusual year, wishing for better times to unfold in the year to come, Temnikova & Kasela and Barbara Seiler are sharing a potpourri of 24 artworks over the course of the last 24 days of 2020. From Tuesday, December 8, counting down to the new year, we will present an artist with a new work each day. The works relate on different levels to the challenges that this year has brought to us all.
You will find the respective work on our social media accounts, in our newsletter and on our websites, where we will add a new work every day.
For many years, our two galleries have met at art fairs, biennials and gallery weekends all over the world. We have been booth neighbors at art fairs, and helped each other out. This year has been different, as none of us has been traveling, art fairs and biennales have been cancelled, and our galleries have been closed for months. By sharing our gallery platforms and counting down to a new year, we want to revive this spirit and to finally get this year over with!
For more info about the works, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Sigrid Viir, "Postcard for Grandparents", series of 8 photos, 2007
Estonian Artists Association has chosen Sigrid Viir as the recipient of Artist laureate salary during the years 2021-2023.
Artist laureate salary is awarded to five outstanding artists, curators or art historians/critics every year by Estonian Ministry of Culture and the purpose of the salary is to allow professional dedication to creative activities and thereby contribute to the development of Estonian culture.
Fragments from works by Kaido Ole (left) and Benjamin Badock (right)
The duo exhibition of Kaido Ole and Benjamin Badock, "A Sparrow in the Hand" was opened at Tallinn Art Hall Gallery on 19 November. Amplifying common stereotypes, the works of the two artists depict life in an idyllic ideal world. The curator of the exhibition is Siim Preiman.
The exhibition will remain open until 17 January 2021.
Inga Meldere, "Spring, When There Was Still Snow or A Scary Painting"
The exhibition shows contemporary art adapted for children, featuring works by Andris Eglītis, Katrīna Neiburga, Miķelis Fišers and Inga Meldere. The exhibition is designed for preschool and first grade children with the aim of helping increase interest and understanding of art, as well as to invite children - and their parents - to express their opinion and not be afraid of the incomprehensible.
The exhibition is on view from 29 November until 31 January 2021.