Jaan Toomik, "Dancing Home", 1995
Olga Chernysheva (center) talks to press during the opening of GES-2 contemporary arts centre. Image credit: AFP photos/Kuwait Times
Olga Chernysheva’s photographic series ‘To Moscow! To Moscow! To Moscow!’ is presented at eponymous enagural exhibition of GES-2 contemporary arts centre in Moscow, curated by Ragnar Kjartansson. Chernysheva’s new comissioned video work is also being premiered.
The exhibition is on view until 13 March 2022.
Roberto Winter, 'Topological ideology', 2022, twisted, cut and soldered metal
On Saturday, 4 December, at 5 pm, two artist talks will be held at Temnikova & Kasela gallery.
Curator and art historian Denis Maksimov will be in conversation with the artist Jaanus Samma about the exhibition 'Otherness, Desire, the Vernacular: Carlos Motta and Jaanus Samma', which is on view at Temnikova & Kasela gallery until 9 January 2022.
The second conversation will feature Moscow-based artist Oleg Frolov, São Paulo-based artist Roberto Winter and art historian Denis Maksimov. The conversation focuses on the works and practices of two artists, which will take the form of an exhibition at Temnikova & Kasela gallery in the summer of 2022.
The conversations will be held in English.
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.
The exhibition will be on view until 29 January 2022.
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. 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.
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".
Edith Karlson, Flo Kasearu, Jaan Toomik, Jaanus Samma, Kaido Ole, Marko Mäetamm and Sigrid Viir are part of the group exhibiton "Art in the Comfort Zone? The 2000s in Estonian Art" at KUMU Art Museum.
The exhibition will be on view 12 November 2021 – 9 October 2022.
Exhibition view. Photo: Simon Veres
The exhibition can be visited until 23 December 2021.
The exhibition will be on view until 12 December.
Photo: Agur Kruusing
The exhibition will be on view until 21 November 2021.
On view until 28 November 2021.
Jaanus Samma, ‘Resconstructed Histries. Belts’, 2019, handwowen belts, background textile manufactured by Sindo Broadcloth Factory
The exhibition is on view 6–30 October.
The exhibition will remain open until 9 October 2021.
Photo: Lauren Bilanko
The last performance take place on 15 September.
Sigrid Viir "Object No: 3" (2021)
The exhibition is on view 15 September – 9 October 2021.
Kaido Ole "At Home with Nature Freak" (2014)
The exhibition is on view until 24 September 2021.
"the Cut" installation is on view 3 September–31 October 2021 at Eduards Smiļģis Theatre Museum.
The exhibition is part of SUMO gallery exchange project and will be on view until 16 October.
Exhibition view. Photo: Jussi Tiainen
The exhibition is on view until 10 October 2021.
Flo Kasearu performance 'Disorder Patrol. Photo: Mirela Baciak
The performances take place 9–12 September.
Flo Kasearu performes 'Trojan Water’. Photo: Saara Tõugjas (Müürileht)
Jaan Toomik performing. Photo: Eiliki Pukk (Eesti Päevaleht)