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Temnikova & Kasela

Noblessner, Kai Art Center building – Peetri 12, 10415, Tallinn, Estonia, +372 6405770, info@temnikova.ee. Tue–Sun, 1–6 pm or by appointment.

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Edith Karlson’s work from the previous 12 years will be published as a book

On 16 December at 6pm, a book on Edith Karlson's work of the previous 12 years will be launched at the Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia.

The 320-page English language publication "Drama is in Your Head" is Karlson's first monograph. It provides an overview of 22 projects by Karlson accompanied by extensive photographic documentation, as well as two essays by Eero Epner and Denis Maksimov. The book is edited by Evelyn Raudsepp, designed by Indrek Sirkel, translated by Keiu Krikmann, and published by Lugemik and EKKM.

Edith Karlson's sculpture 'Good Old Times' unveiled in Noblessner

Unveiling of Edith Karlson's sculpture 'Good Old Times'. Photo: Roman-Sten Tõnissoo

Edith Karlson's sculpture "Vanad head ajad" ("Good Old Times") was unveiled on Noblessner square in Tallinn on 17 November.

"Vanad head ajad" is the largest aluminum sculpture placed in Baltic public space to date. It is also one of the few large-scale works of art to be created on private sector initiative after the restoration of independence in 1991.

Produced by Olga Temnikova, implemented by Tormis Disain, funded by BLRT Group & Merko Ehitus Eesti.

Edith Karlson and Jaan Toomik receive Artist laureate salary

Edith Karlson. Photo: Marii Kiisk/Müürileht

Estonian Artists Association has chosen Edith Karlson and Jaan Toomik as the recipients of Artist laureate salary during the years 2022-2024. 

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.

Tõnis Vint publication presentation at Temnikova & Kasela

Temnikova & Kasela is hosting a presentation of a new publication, a collection of articles by Tõnis Vint, published by ;paranoia publishing.

The presentation takes place on Saturday, 13 November at 4pm in the gallery as part of the exhibition "Guided Randomness. Early Ink Drawings by Tõnis Vint".

Jaanus Samma at CFAlive in Milan

Jaanus Samma, ‘Resconstructed Histries. Belts’, 2019, handwowen belts, background textile manufactured by Sindo Broadcloth Factory

Jaanus Samma is opening a solo exhibition "Museum Display" at CFAlive in Milan.

The exhibition is on view 6–30 October.

Kris Lemsalu at The High Line

Photo: Lauren Bilanko

Kris Lemsalu and Kyp Malone are performing A Snail’s Tale, commissioned by The High Line Art in New York.

The last performance take place on 15 September.

Sigrid Viir at Fragment gallery, Moscow

Sigrid Viir "Object No: 3" (2021)

Sigrid Viir is part of the group exhibition "Small World" at Fragment gallery in Moscow.

The exhibition is on view 15 September – 9 October 2021.

Flo Kasearu at Survival Kit 12, Riga

Flo Kasearu (right) & Elīna Vītola are participating at Survival Kit 12 Contemporary Art Festival in Riga.

"the Cut" installation is on view 3 September–31 October 2021 at Eduards Smiļģis Theatre Museum.

Flo Kasearu at steirischerherbst’21

Flo Kasearu performance 'Disorder Patrol. Photo: Mirela Baciak

Flo Kasearu will be performing 'Disorder Patrol' at steirischerherbst’21 in Graz, Austria.

The performances take place 9–12 September.

Flo Kasearu at UIT Urban Festival

Flo Kasearu performes 'Trojan Water’. Photo: Saara Tõugjas (Müürileht)

Flo Kasearu in collaboration with Andra Aaloe performed 'Trojan Water' as part of Urban Festival UIT in Tartu 18–21 August.

Kris Lemsalu at PLATO Ostrava

Kris Lemsalu, "Lazy Flower", 2021

Kris Lemsalu's solo exhibition "Lazy Flower" at PLATO Ostrava in Czech Republic will open to the public on 14 July.

The exhibition is on view until 24 October 2021.

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