Estonian artist Kristi Kongi is known for her colourful pieces of art which not only rest on canvas but often tend to wander on walls and create symbiosis with the room they're currently placed in. The following video takes us on a tour through her artistic reality.
From September 26 to 28 Printed Matter, Inc. held the ninth annual NY Art Book Fair at MoMA PS1 in Long Island City, Queens. Sandra Nuut talked with the curator Shannon Michael Cane and the Executive Director of Printed Matter, Inc. Max Schumann.
If you only have a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail. If the medium is the message, form becomes more important than the statement itself.
The Estonian Photographic Art Fair 2014 will take place from 3 to 5 October 2014 at Telliskivi Loomelinnak, Tallinn. Visitors can see and buy new works from 26 leading artists; the display is contextualised by a varied programme of public events.
Human face is the best document of time. As a native Estonian I explore Estonian faces with an aim to portray the little Eastern European nation as a whole. Estonia’s existence hasn’t always been that evident, only 20 years have passed since Soviet army left the country and Estonians have searched for their new personal and national identity.
After two successful editions, Amsterdam’s international photography fair and festival returns with an elaborate festival programme that celebrates photography in all its forms.
In the 1960s, the workers of military factory Dvigatel were given free patches of land for unlimited period in the outskirts of Tallinn. That was the beginning of the dacha culture in the surroundings of the local airport.
Rosanne van Klaveren is a Dutch artist living in Belgium who has been residing in Tallinn this spring as an ADAPT-r fellow. Following her talk at the Estonian Academy of Arts Faculty of Architecture guest speaker series, we used the opportunity to ask her a few questions about her focus on the possibilities of artistry, creativity and new media to create a temporary feeling of "togetherness" during participatory practices.
New Museum now accepting membership applications for inaugural year of the first museum-led incubator
New Museum led incubator for art, design, and technology NEW INC announced that the Museum is accepting applications for its inaugural group of members. NEW INC will launch in the Museum's adjacent building in summer 2014. The deadline for applications is April 1.
After several informal meetings in random smoking rooms of Tallinn, I made an appointment with the artist Steve Vanoni, spending an hour together in Tops bar. He is 57 years old but by the way the talks and looks he cannot be associated to any age or generation.