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Veiko Klemmer’s personal exhibition “What You Can’t Get for Money”

The works exhibited at the exhibition continue the series of abstractions started by Klemmer in 2011. Most of the works in the opening exhibition have been completed in the autumn-winter of 2019. The works were previously planned to be exhibited in 2020, but due to the pandemic situation, the exhibition…
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Laurentsius’s personal exhibition The Group of One

The Group of Seven or Algonquin School was a group of Canadian landscape painters in the first half of 20th century. The Estonian counterpart of this practice could be considered painter Konrad Mägi. The Group of One is an exhibition of landscape paintings by Laurentius who got inspiration for completing…
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Karl Marx in the Animal Kingdom

Erki Kasemets's personal exhibition Karl Marx in the Animal Kingdom is open in Draakon gallery from. The most lightweight painting in Estonia can be seen at the exhibition and 37 years later, Erki Kasemets is collaborating with Reet Ohna, the artist of the board game that Kasemets invented in his…
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Exhibition “100 GHz to midnight”

The exhibition "100 GHz to midnight" deals with the simulation of the postapocalyptic world using modern computer games. In the more classic type of online shooting games, the player fights against other teams in the team. Over the last decade, shooting games have become popular, where everyone stands up for…
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Lauri Koppel’s personal exhibition “Demiurgi Tupperware”

The idea that the world is in an abnormal situation is carried by Gnosticism from Iranian Hellenistic Judaism. The creator of a world of negative matter is the fallen divine evil Demiurg. Hermetic plastic food boxes for food storage and storage are produced by Tupperware, one of the world's largest…
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Juss Piho’s personal exhibition Punctum

Juss Piho: “My paintings are largely made of events experienced in life and fragments that are hard to verbalize; of the associations between both positive and negative emotions; of situations that cannot be fully explained; of sensations and moments between human beings; of combinations of the recollections of seemingly unimportant…
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Anna Mari Liivrand “Beds and ripples”

The exhibition creates a delicate and fragile environment between the works, where they encounter a place-specific space experience integrated with unexpected materials and installation solutions.
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Margus Tõnnov ”Flavours of Life”

Current exhibition includes a set of acrylic and mixed media paintings that represent the various perceptual and cognitive experience of the artist. Tõnnov's artwork, described by abstract style and rich texture, can be compared to materializations of the pieces of diversity of life open for senses. Tõnnov's paintings can be…
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