Exhibition curators: Saskia Lillepuu & Ann Mirjam Vaikla
Film programme curator: Piibe Kolka
Education programme curator: Kerttu Juhkam
The international group exhibition brings together works by 17 artists in the historical Kreenholm district, home to what once was the largest textile mill in Europe. The artworks encourage prolonged attention to human and other-than-human beings, rhythms, and worlds, in order to sense our shared vulnerability and interconnectedness, without which we would not be here.
The public programme of the exhibition starts in mid-May. The artist’s film programme, curated by Piibe Kolka, takes place over two weekends in June. The exhibition tours are led by the curators Saskia Lillepuu and Ann Mirjam Vaikla (in Estonian and English) and by the youth of Narva (in Russian) who are participating in the education programme. The education programme accompanying the exhibition was established in early autumn 2020 and is curated by Kerttu Juhkam.
Information regarding the public programme will be announced on NART’s webpage and social media.
Exhibition design and installation: Valge Kuup Stuudio
Graphic design: Jaan Evart
Cultural Endowment of Estonia, British Council Estonia, Nordic Culture Fund, Frame Contemporary Art Finland, Estonian Academy of Arts, Estonian Ministry of Culture, NomadIT, Tallinn Art Hall, Stroom Den Haag
Gallery name: NART
Address: joala 18, Narva
Opening hours: Mon, Sat 11:00 - 17:00, Fri, Sun 12:00 - 19:00
Open: 03.05.2021 - 20.06.2021