The 6th Tallinn Drawing Triennial “Impulse”

The 6th Tallinn Drawing Triennial “Impulse” will be inaugurated on 9th July at 5 PM in ARS Art Factory. Exhibitions will be held in the ARS Project Space, seminar hall and gallery no. 112. 85 participanting artists represent 21 countries across the globe.

On 9th July at 1 PM a conference will be held (in Estonian), with presentations by Britta Benno, Lembe Ruben, Mai Levin, Margot Kask, Maria-Kristiina Ulas, Elnara Taidre, Marija Marcelionyte-Paliuke, Loit Jõekalda On 9th July at 7 PM a drawing performance “Shadow catcher” by Ülle Marks (accompanied by acrobat Ireen Peegel) will take place in the courtyard of ARS, producing a large-format weather-proof art work.

In the courtyard of ARS further events will take place during the exhibition period: on 10th July at 1 PM Maria-Kristiina Ulas, on 17th July at 1 PM Jaanika Peerna. The exhibition will remain open until 31st July, from Monday to Friday 12–6 PM, on Saturday 12–4 PM.

The Drawing Triennial is supported by Tallinn Culture and Sports Department, Cultural Endowment of Estonia, Estonian National Culture Foundation, Estonian Artists' Association, Association of Estonian Printmakers. The conceptualizing text of the triennial was written by Lembe Ruben. The coordinator of the triennial is Loit Jõekalda.

Participating artists:

Anna Gaya Nidzgorska (Austria), Endi Poskovic (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Laura Ibanez Lopez and Juan Perdiguero (Spain), Ad Stijman (Netherlands), Ana Vivoda (Croatia), Giulia Lanza (Italy), Ahmed Modhir (Iraq), Naoji Ishiyama (Japan), Derek Besant and Alexandra Haeseker (Canada), Klavs Upaciers (Latvia), Marija Marcelionyte-Paliuke (Lithuania), Anki King (Norway), Krzysztof Molenda and Mateusz Otreba (Poland), Luis Filipe Rodrigues (Portugal), Julien Morel and Mark Tanguy (France), Katharina Lewonig Vita and Tobias Stengel (Germany), Blazej Balaz and Maria Balazova (Slovakia), Kaisa Koljonen and Paula Suominen (Finland), Paul Coldwell and Johanna Love (UK), Marieken Cochius and Kalev Peets (USA), Vassili Bertels (Russia), as well as Jüri Arrak, Evelyn Grzinich, Albert Gulk, Ulvi Haagensen, Hannah Harkes, Inga Heamägi, Maie Helm, Jarõna Ilo, Kristiina Jakimenko, Virge Jõekalda, Ott Kadarik, Erki Kannus, Jüri Kask, Jüri Kass, Tiiu Kirsipuu, Angela Soop, Ilmar Kruusamäe, Leena Kuutma, Tiia Külv, Tarrvi Laamann, Heikki Leis, Anna Litvinova, Ülle Marks, Johanna Mudist, Katariin Mudist, Naima Neidre, Mall Nukke, Maarja Nurk, Enno Ootsing, Kristina Paabus, Kadi Pajupuu, Illimar Paul, Katrin Paumer, Jaanika Peerna, Katrin Piile, Mark-Antonius Puhkan, Anu Purre, Matti Pärk, Uno Roosvalt, Reti Saks, Feliks Sarv, Pavel Semjonov, Maria Sidljarevitš, Sandra Sirp, Katri Smitt, Kärt Summatavet, Kuzja Zverev, Siiri Taimla, Maria Kristiina Ulas, Aili Vahtrapuu, Katrin Valgemäe, Kelli Valk, Maara Vint, Marje Üksine (all from Estonia).