The whole exhibition refers to the process of infinite art that the artist is exposed to, and its end is where it once began. In a quarter of a century, has a new beginning arrived for the creator? Or is it the end?
The exhibition is dedicated to the artist’s ancestors, who traveled to the expanses of Tsarist Russia in the 19th century in search of the Promised Land and the White Ship. Some reached Siberia, some by the Black Sea.
Andrus Joonas (1970) is a performance, installation and painting artist residing in Pärnu and ignoring the hierarchical systems of society. He began his artistic career in 1995 with monumental road exhibitions that highlighted him as an Art Brut artist. He is known for his invented concept Aledoia flower painting series, paintings and performances by the Yellow Wolf.
The exhibition includes lectures, authoritative workshops and workshops on contemporary art.
The show is recommended for 16+. Children and kindergarten and school groups should come with an escort or parents. The exhibition has ambiguous topics that may need further explanation.
Gallery name: Pärnu Museum
Address: Aida 3, Pärnu
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 10:00 - 18:00
Open: 13.02.2021 - 11.04.2021