In the framework of Tallinn Photo Month, from 29. September until 1. October will be held Estonian Photographic Art Fair, which is one of a kind in Estonian art field. The event takes place in the Green hall of Telliskivi Loomelinnak.From the programme can be found many interesting events, focusing …
There´s a lot going on for Estonia these times. Presidency of the Council of the EU, centenary of the Republic and now, related to all this, the notorious street artist Edward von Lõngus has started his (R)estart Reality tour to conquer Europe with some quirky characters from ca 100 years ago brought to life by augmented reality technology.
Fahle Gallery is opening the “Project MOMENTUM. Paintings, video, and text” by Raoul Kurvitz Friday, 23th of September at 19:00. One work will be presented before the exhibition opening exclusively in NOAR.Project MOMENTUM embodies three episodes: first episode, MOMENTUM I will be presented with exhibition opening this Friday. Episodes MOMENTUM …
On 15th of April the exhibition "End of Abend Land" featuring recent works by a renowned Latvian artist Andris Vitolinš" opens at Fahle Gallery in Tallinn.
Chintis Lundgren´s "Life with Herman H. Rott“ won Audience Award for Best Short Film at 2015 TAIS animation showcase in Canada. TAIS (Toronto Animated Image Society).
On June 25, Art Vilnius International Contemporary Art Fair was launched in the Lithuanian capital, on view through 28 June 2015. The largest art fair in the Baltic States, Art Vilnius is held at the LITEXPO Lithuanian Exhibition and Congress Centre in Vilnius.
Two contemporary art exhibitions dedicated to the topic of home are on view at the Kumu Art Museum. These exhibitions bring together two artists who live on opposite sides of the globe: Raymond Pettibon from California and Marko Mäetamm from Estonia.
The Lithuanian National Gallery of Art exhibits Estonian Popart at the Turn of the 1960s and 1970.
The 15th annual show of the Estonian Artists’ Association, which is taking place for the fourth time as the Spring Exhibition, opened on Tuesday 2 June 2015. For the first time, a selection of the artworks exhibited is also available online via NOAR.eu.
Thursday (May 28) will see the opening of the exhibition entitled "Home and Away. Raymond Pettibon: Living the American Dream. Marko Mäetamm: Feel at Home." at the Kumu art museum in Kadriorg, with both Pettibon as well as curator Alistair Hicks slated for an appearance.
Tallinn Freedom Square, 4 professional painters, street artist, 4 walls specially set up for this event– this is the official opening of NOAR.eu, the brand new platform for Estonian contemporary art.
In the last few years, Estonia's Jaanus Samma (b. 1982) has emerged as one of the most widely recognized artists of Baltic Europe, primarily for his queer themes and interventionist methods rather than any particular medium or style.