Sigrid Viir and Merike Estna are taking part in the Nordic-Baltic Contemporary Art Exhibition "(In)visible dreams and streams", curated by Maija Rudovska.
The exhibition “(In)visible dreams and streams” presents 22 artists and art producers, who have benefited from the Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme for Culture. The intention of the exhibition curator Maija Rudovska has been both to show the growth of the ideas, their transformations and developments as well as to create a space for possible reenactment, giving an opportunity to look back, to resurrect and reflect on the projects.
The exhibition is shown in Bergs Bazaar in Riga, Latvia (15/09-04/10, 2016), Narva Art Residency, Estonia (15/10-20/11, 2016) and Contemporary Art Center in Vilnius, Lithuania (03/12-08/12, 2017). Afterwards it will be traveling to the Nordic countries.
Sigrid Viir and Flo Kasearu will present new works in the the 5th Artishok Biennale, which will take place from 6.–15. October in Theatre NO99, Tallinn.
Ten artists working mainly in the visual art field are invited to present a new artwork for the theatre space. The accompanying texts by ten art, theatre and cultural critics will open up the context for this interdisciplinary meeting of different art fields and spaces.
We are glad to announce that Inga Meldere's solo show "Colouring Books" is part of the grand opening of kim? Contemporary Art Centre's new exhibition space in Riga on September 2, 2016.
The exhibition is produced in collaboration with kim? Contemporary Art Centre and Temnikova & Kasela gallery within institution-in-residency programme.
7.07.2016 - 13.08.2016
Merike Estna and Sophie Jung are taking part in a group exhibition "(Not) Every Thread Ties Down / Your Split Ends Are Showing" at DKUK Salon in London.
05.05. - 18.06.2016
Inga Meldere's solo exhibition “House by the waterfall or coloring books for adults” at Temnikova & Kasela Gallery
Flo Kasearu with Aet Ader and Andra Aaloe as one of the six finalists at Kiasma art competition "Seeking Company for the Marshal".
The exhibition showcases the finalists of the competition. It also includes presentations of all 363 submissions received. The winner will be announced in Kiasma on 10 March 2016. The audience can also vote for their favourite.
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.