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Origin Point. Tartu Art School 70

Gallery Pallas

Tel: +372 734 9954 E-mail: galerii@pallasart.ee Riia 11, Tartu

Tue–Sat 11.00–18.00

facebook.com/GaleriiPallas Tartu Art School celebrates its 70th jubilee this year. The importance of Tartu Art School on the Estonian artscape has been somewhat shrouded. Yet throughout its 70 years the school has preserved an important role as a starting point – an origin point – for professional artists. On the occasion of the jubilee year, Tartu Art School will open the exhibition “Origin Point” on September 2 at 16.00 in Gallery Pallas (Tartu, Riia street 11). The exhibition will be open until the 18th of September. The exhibition represents artists from different generations who have their own experience and relationship with the school – there are those who reminisce the then parties with great nostalgia. The aim of the exhibition is not to give a thorough overview of the student of Tartu Art School. It is an attempt to demonstrate the dynamic heritage of the art school through the creation of different artists. Artists represented in the exhibition: Paul Allik (1946-2003), Peeter Allik (1966-2019), Paulina Belik, Olga Dmitrijeva, Merike Estna, Mirjam Hinn, Ilja Jakovlev, Kaspar Jancis, Eeva-Aet Jänes, Siiri Jüris, Jüri Kask, Kiwa, Concordia Klar (1938-2004), Ellen Kolk, Indrek Köster, Kaarel Kurismaa, Laura Laasik, Heikki Leis, Silvi Liiva, Angelina Maksimenkova, Kristi Neider, Naima Neidre, Paula Pakk, Mall Paris, Angela Pilliroog, Anu Põder (1947-2013), Ene Põldveer, Anneli Telling, Matti Pärk, Leo Rohlin, Jaan Rõõmus, Tõnu Soo, Taavi Talve, Priit Verlin. Curator: Helena Aadli Designer: Kiwa Graphic design: Mai Bauvald, Sigrid Liira Supported by: Eesti Kultuurkapital, Pallas University of Applied Sciences

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Helena Aadli Tel: +372 5668 3271


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