Estonian art

Young Estonian artists: Kristel Saan

Kristel Saan is a young artist, with aspirations reaching beyond Estonian border. She has lived and studied in London, travelled a lot and participated in many international exhibitions. Her first solo-exhibition ‘Sunbed’ took place in Helsinki, Finland. We asked this young artist what it’s like to be a part of the international art …

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Group exhibition by Estonian painters opens in Corfu, Greece

Group exhibition by Estonian painters opens in Corfu Municipal Art Gallery. “Two-Way Street. Contemporary Estonian Painting” by Vano Allsalu, Mihkel Ilus, Mihkel Maripuu and Jaan Toomik is open from 12 July until 31 July. The exhibition provides an insight into contemporary Estonian painting and creates an opportunity to view it …

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Ivar Kaasik – a struggling artist in Berlin

Ivar Kaasik is an Estonian abstract painter, who since 1992 has resided in Berlin. Born in Kuressaare, he started to study architecture at the Estonian Academy of Arts in 1983, but graduated as a metal and jewellery artist. In 1989-1992 he studied at the University of Art and Design in Halle and in 1996 won the De Beers grand …

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Estonian display at Venice Art Biennale – “Evident in Advance” by Dénes Farkas

At the 55th international art biennale in Venice, Estonia is represented by the artist Dénes Farkas with the project “Evident in Advance”, curated by Adam Budak. Dénes Farkas is a Tallinn-based post-conceptual photo artist, who has been focusing on social structures since the second half of the 2000s and presenting …

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