New permanent exhibition. Adamson-Eric: Modernism and Diversity
Adamson-Ericu museum open an exhibition called The Essence of Japanese Beauty
Kaljo Põllu (1934–2010) was a legend in his lifetime. He significantly influenced the Estonian art scene with his spectacular oeuvre and innovations in artistic thought. He was an art lecturer for several generations of students and a leader of scientific expeditions to investigate Finno-Ugric national heritage.
The museum is dedicated to Adamson-Eric (1902–1968), one of the most versatile creative personalities in Estonian art in the 20th century. The museum’s permanent exhibition consists of a display of Adamson-Eric’s works (painting, ceramics, porcelain painting, leather art, metal forms, jewellery, decorative tiles, textile, and furniture).
The exhibition is dedicated to the 90th anniversary of the birth of the legendary Estonian painter Olev Subbi.
The exhibition juxtaposes the documentation of his performances with his graphic art from various decades, including the present.