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Annual exhibition of Tartu art at the Tartu Art House

Tartu Art House PRESS RELEASE

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17. detsember / On Friday, 21 December at 17.00 the traditional annual exhibition of Tartu art will be opened at the Tartu Art House, this time with the title “Differently”.

The opening is followed by the presentation of Imat Suumann’s catalogue.

According to the decision by the members of the Tartu Artists’ Union, this year’s exhibition is curated and designed by the artist Margus Meinart who wanted to include works that authors see as different from their general oeuvre. 132 artists participate:

Alo Aarsalu, Elsbeth Aarsalu, Maire Aarsalu, Marina Aleksejeva, Piibe Arrak, Bach Babach, Jaanus Eensalu, Eve Eesmaa, Rasmus Eist, Niina Freiberg, Evi Gailit, Indrek Grigor, Albert Gulk, Lemme Haldre, Reet Heinla, Astrid Helberg, Mirjam Hinn, Õie Holm, Huupi, Yyhely Hälvin, Greete Härma, Eero Ijavoinen, Anu Isküll, Kristiina Jakimenko, Pille Johanson, Piret Jürgenson, Siiri Jüris, Kalli Kalde, Paavo Kangur, Karin Karlsson, Markus Kasemaa, Olesja Katšanovskaja, Aita Keerberg, Anna-Liisa Kilk, Mariliin Kindsiko, Ants Kippasto, Esti Kittus, Kalju Kivi, Veiko Klemmer, Katrina Kolk, Liive Koppel, Peeter Krosmann, Ilmar Kruusamäe, Inge Kudisiim, Artur “Tuur” Kuus, Tiina Kuus, Avo Kuusik, Priit Kõiv, Väino Kõrts, Heiki Kähr, Kalju Kütt (1951–2018), Koidu Laur, Tea Lemberpuu, Mati Leppik, Jane Liiv, Eve Luik, Jaan Luik, Helle Lõhmus, Katrin Maask, Elina Madal, Jaan Malin, Lea Malin, Marika Maramaa, Jüri Marran, Elo-Mai Mikelsaar, Anne Moggom, Johanna Mudist, Kalle Mälberg, Saima Männo, Meiu Münt, Stanislav Netšvolodov, Kaire Nurk, Maarja Nõmmik, Taavi Oolberg, Madis Oru, Tõnis Paberit, Priit Pangsepp, Fred Walter Eric Pedoson, Andrus Peegel, Per William Petersen, Sirje Petersen, Miina Peterson, Sirje Piir, Küllike Pilden, Aleks Poolak, Enn Praks, Tuuli Puhvel, Enn Põldroos, Ruudu Rahumaru, Mari-Ann Remmel, Rait Rosin, Leho Rubis, Martti Ruus, Sven Senka, Ahti Seppet, Virve Serglov, Kristel Sergo, Sandra Sirp, Six, Regina-Mareta Soonsein, Henn Soopalu, Karin Strohm, Merike Sule-Trubert, Imat Suumann, Maret Suurmets Kuura, Robert Suvi, Andres Sütevaka, Ingmar Šuman, Jegveni Zolotko, Hando Tamm, Pille Tammela, Endel Taniloo, Edgar Tedresaar, Urmo Teekivi, Enn Tegova, Külli Trummal, Mart Trummal, Silja Truus, Heli Tuksam, Alar Tuul, Maris Tuuling, Evi Tuvikene, Martin Urb, Ene Ustav, Martin Vaher, Üllar Varik, Anne Vasar, Marju Villem, Kaisi Vinogradov, Margot Õunapuu, Liisi Örd, Danel Ülper.

During the opening, representatives of the Tartu town government and the Cultural Endowment of Tartu will announce the winner of this year’s Ado Vabbe art award.

The opening will be followed by the presentation of Imat Suumann’s catalogue “I Come Over the Hill”. The book contains 51 reproductions of Suumann’s works from the beginning of the 1990s to the present day. Also included are are three texts focusing on the artist and his oeuvre (authors: InBoil, Reet Mark and Peeter Talvistu) and a substantial interview with Suumann. Texts are in Estonian and in English. The special presentation price is only 10 euros!

The exhibition will remain open until 16 January 2019.

Tartu Art House schedule during the holidays:

Sunday, 23 December 12–15

Monday, 24 December closed

Tuesday, 25 December closed

Monday, 31 December 12–15

Tuesday, 1 January closed

 

Additional information:

Tanel Asmer / Tartu Art House producer
produtsent@kunstimaja.ee
5562 1192

www.kunstimaja.ee
Tartu Art House (Vanemuise 26, Tartu, Estonia) is open Wed–Mon 12–18. Exhibitions are free of charge.
The exhibitions of the Tartu Art House are supported by the Tartu Town Government and the Cultural Endowment of Estonia.

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