Artists: Mai Bauvald, Kristjan Hinno, Mikk Tanel Oja, Marcus Pertel, Diandra Rebase, Ran-Re Reimann, Katarina Sarap, Robin Siimann, Joonas Timmi
Gallery: EKA Galerii / EAA Gallery, Vabaduse väljak 6/8, Tallinn
Open: Tu-Sa 12:00–18:00
We invite you to the exhibition of the students of the Department of Graphic Design of the Estonian Academy of Arts at EAA Gallery.
The exhibition displays the students’ installative works that unveil a fraction of their realities and guide the visitor’s attention to their personal perceptions.
Gallery: EAA Gallery, Vabaduse väljak 6/8 (entry behind Tallinn Art Hall)
Open: Tu-Sa 12-18
Keiu Maasik will open her exhibition “Lost Friends” in EAA Gallery (Freedom Square 6/8) at 6pm on Thursday, June 1st, 2017. “Lost Friends” is the joint project of two sisters – the artist Keiu and Kaisa, the curator of the exhibition. It speaks about losing touch with friends through the story of one friend-group.
Artists: Maris Karjatse, Madis Kurss, Hanna Samoson, Silvia Sosaar, Ave Vellesalu
Gallery: ARS Project Space, Pärnu mnt 154
Open: We-Su 12-18
Umbrella Group will open their exhibition Not Really in ARS Project Space (Pärnu Road 154) at 6pm on Friday, May 26, 2017.
Exhibition is curated by Kaisa Maasik and the participating artists are Maris Karjatse, Madis Kurss, Hanna Samoson, Silvia Sosaar and Ave Vellesalu. The members of Umbrella Group who are also the graduates of the Bachelor’s study in the department of photography at the Estonian Academy of Arts are driven by the idea that it is possible to make a subtle swap between reality and play.
Tallinn Art Week takes place for the second time in 12 – 18. June 2017. It is a festival that brings the best of Estonian art to the audience.
Tallinn Art Week is a unique art festival, which includes seven days full of art events, intriguing and instructive discussions, interesting workshops and possibly incredible performances in different venues around the town. Tallinn Art Week brings the best of Estonian and international contemporary art to the people, while explaining how contemporary art is actually integrated with other fields. The motto of this year’s festival is “Take a Stand!”.