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Kaupo Kikkas: art should elevate a person’s spirit 

Kaupo Kikkas's exhibition "Inner Cosmos”, open in Fotografiska Tallinn until mid-May, tells visual stories about nature and man and their relationship. But how are such captivating displays created, and what does a photographer's everyday life look like?
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Riga Photography Biennial 2022: the essence of isolation

Starting on 21 April, an international contemporary art event Riga Photography Biennial (RPB) will kick off at the Latvian capital's exhibition halls and urban environment. The main focus of this year's events program is the state of isolation and its various manifestations and effects.
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Podcast: What is MOre in MO Museum?

In February, NOBA welcomed art professionals, enthusiasts, educators and professionals in Vilnius to a one-day Art Mapping seminar to discuss the options on how to make contemporary art inclusive and accessible to a broader public on a local, national and international level. As the event included various insightful presentations and…
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RIBOCA3 is postponed to next year

The organisers of the most significant contemporary art exhibition RIBOCA have announced that RIBOCA 3, curated by René Block and titled ‘Exercises in Respect’ that was supposed to be launched in July 2022, will be postponed until the next year. “In response to the war in our region, we do…
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Homage to Leonhard Lapin

Tallinn Art Hall will host a memorial exhibition at the Art Hall Gallery, Leo, dedicated to Leonhard Lapin, an important figure in Estonian art. The exhibition was compiled by Sirje Helme, director of the Art Museum of Estonia, and Tamara Luuk, curator at Tallinn Art Hall.
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Colourful patterns by PUSA

The artist name PUSA belongs to a master painter Piret Bergmann, who is well known for her colourful works with distinctive, almost psychedelic patterns. She has taken part in various exhibitions and the last one, "Colours don't lie" with Robin Nõgisto is opened in Pärnu, in the Museum of New…
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Unique sound art exhibition at Vilnius

At gallery Arka in Vilnius, curators Evelina Januškaitė and Monika Valatkaitė have brought six site-specific installations under one roof, that combine sound art practices articulated by different means and methods. The six autonomous spaces of the gallery are arranged separately and combine six separate, but contextual expositions focused on the…
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Photo reportage: Playful end at Tallinn Art Hall

Just before the extensive renovation works start, Tallinn Art Hall welcomes everyone at a cheerful last exhibition! "We’ll Be Right Back, You Just Keep Playing!" brings together different generations of artists based in Estonia.
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