October 19–23, 2016
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October 19–23, 2016
Symposium "Instituting Ecologies" at de Appel arts centre, taking place on the 27th and 28th of October, Amsterdam.
Performance "Animal Trial" by Inga Meldere and Stefano Faoro on October 27, at 6PM !
Merike Estna is taking part of 16th International Vilnius Painting Triennal ‘Nomadic Images’.
Opening of the exhibition of International Contemporary Painting
24 November, 6 pm, Museum of Applied Arts and Design, Arsenalo St 3A, Vilnius
"Smoke and Mirrors" at Rupert, on January 28.
Current Rupert residents, including Merike Estna, invite you to an informal presentation of what they have been working on during their stay.
Performances start at 5pm.
In February Flo Kasearu is participating in residency MUSTARINDA, Finland.
Mustarinda aims to investigate the cultural, as well as socio-economical structures, of the contemporary society, largely dominated by different aspects of the ecological crisis. Despite burning global problems and the need for immediate action, Mustarinda endeavors to create a space and atmosphere for calm and progressive work for reaching the core of the ongoing cultural and environmental change.
Merike Estna & Keef Winter "On Becoming Fluid" at Hardwick Gallery. Opening on March 17 at 6 PM.
"On Becoming Fluid" is a series of new works installed site-specifically in Hardwick Gallery. The exhibition consists of two expanded practices intertwining between sculpture and painting.
Flo Kasearu is taking part in a group show "Dissolution – Raivo Puusemp in dialogue with", curated by Krist Gruijthuijsen.
The exhibition will be open at the Art Hall Gallery from April 15.
Opening April 14, 5 PM.
Jaan Toomik's video retrospective will be presented in 63rd International Short Film Festival Oberhausen.
Jaan Toomik is also a part of an independent Selection Committee, in charge of viewing and selecting the entries and compiling the programmes of Oberhausen Short Film Festival.
The festival is taking place 11–16 May, 2017 in Oberhausen. Germany
Kris Lemsalu is taking part in a group show "Metamorphosis" curated by Zdenek Felix. "Metamorphosis" is an exhibition at three venues and a cooperation between Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Berlin, KAI 10 | Arthena Foundation, Düsseldorf and SVIT, Prague.
Opening tomorrow in Berlin at Galerie Guido W. Baudach!
Krista Mölder and Sigrid Viir are taking part in The Circulation(s) festival, dedicated to the European photographic diversity and aim to discover new talents. Taking place in 104 CENTQUATRE, opening on January 21 !
"Nogank hoparniis", Kaido Ole's solo show at Tallinn Art Hall, takes on life and people, the beginning and end of Estonia. The topics range from the family, entertainment and exotic animals to war, death and Baltic cooperation. Consisting of words invented by Ole himself, the title describes the feeling that results from work and creativity, one that makes acting and problem solving feel challenging and captivating.
Visitors are welcome to the opening event at 6pm on 16 December 2016.
“Sotto Forte” cassette presentation and live.
We kindly invite you to the presentation of the cassette “Sotto Forte” by Mihkel Kleis and live performance together with Jonas Van den Bossche on Saturday, 17 December from 6pm.
Live performance and the presentation of the cassette will take place within Mihkel Kleis’ solo exhibition “Sotto Forte” at Temnikova & Kasela gallery, Lastekodu 1, Tallinn. Exhibition is on view till January 7, 2017.
Kris Lemsalu is taking part of Les Urbaines–20th edition.
December 2–3–4, 2016
Lausanne, Switzerland, free entry.
Kris Lemsalu's performance will be shown in visual arts section, curated by Elise Lammer, on December 3.
"Between Archive and Architecture" a display of works by Krista Mölder, Neeme Külm and Taavi Talve will open at KUMU Art Museum this Friday, September 16.
Exhibition is on view till February 19, 2017.
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.