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Current exhibition — Merlin Carpenter "Solo Show II"
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Current fair — Loop Barcelona art fair
Flo Kasearu “We Are On the Way” video installation view in EKKM, Tallinn, 2012
This May, Temnikova & Kasela gallery will represent Estonian artist Flo Kasearu at the Loop Barcelona art fair. The fair, which was established in 2003 as the only fair dedicated exclusively to moving image and video art, will take place from 23rd until the 25th of May.
The gallery will be showing Kasearu's work "We Are On the Way, " which was initially presented at the last year's Köler Prize nominees exhibition and received both the jury and the audience award. The artist has recently opened a museum dedicated to her own work, where the audience can see various pieces of art created by Kasearu during the past years, participate in guided tours and engage in various other activities.
Current exhibition at Müürivahe space — Georgie Nettell
Georgie Nettell's exhibition at the Müürivahe gallery is open until the end of May. Visitors are invited to see the show on Thursdays and Fridays 2-6pm or by appointment. Please find an uploaded press release here and a documentation of Nettell's recent show “2013” at Reena Spaulings Fine Art, New York, here.
From the 12th of April until the 31st of May Temnikova & Kasela gallery is hosting an exhibition by Georgie Nettell at the Müürivahe space. Nettell is an artist living and working in London. Her recent solo exhibitions include "2013" at Reena Spaulings Fine Art, New York; "Voluntary Simplicity" at Southside Studios, Glasgow; "Alternative Living" at Limazulu, London. The show will open on Friday, the 12th of April, at 6pm.
Temnikova & Kasela galleries are located in Tallinn, Estonia and their activity is based on
partnership of gallerist Olga Temnikova and contemporary culture promoter Indrek Kasela.
Both partners are visible figures in Baltic culture scene, Temnikova due to her long-term
involvement in region’s contemporary art life, last 7 years of which were dedicated to building up a
gallery institution according to international standards, education of collectors etc. Indrek Kasela
has been active in film and entertainment running his own private cinema Sõprus and using his
background in funding in culture field.
Recent development of their private initiative is establishment of Estonian Contemporary Art
Development Centre, which is dealing with intensification of international cooperation of regional
authors with the support of Estonian Enterprise and Ministry of Culture of Estonia. The project
involves numerous artists, curators and other art specialist from Estonia and abroad, organizes
interdisciplinary residencies, exhibitions, workshops and seminars.