Contemporary art exhibition Living Space

Living Space is an exhibition that brings contemporary Estonian artwork to Australia from Estonia. The exhibition takes place from 15th March – 8th April 2018 at Red Gallery in Melbourne.

Living Space exhibition presents works from different generations of women artists living in Estonia and displays a variety of artworks that are diverse in used media - including prints, drawings, installation, video and paintings. This project was initiated by Katrin Repnau and Bernadette Pilli in an attempt to introduce and enhance contemporary Estonian art in Australia. It aims to improve the links between Australian and Estonian visual art through celebrating free movement of people and the realm of cultural exchange. Living Space also coincides with the centenary of Estonia's independence. As this important event affects the lives all Estonians all around the world, in Estonia or abroad, it's an excellent opportunity to celebrate contemporary Estonians and their living space in Australia. The arts is one of many platforms by which Estonia's presence can be strengthened internationally as well as a way of promoting vibrant discussions on contemporary culture. The more Estonian culture is fostered, its past and present, the stronger and more vital its profile becomes. The six exhibiting artists selected by curator Katrin Repnau include distinguished artist Liina Siib, who represented Estonia at the 54th Venice Art Biennale, as well as renowned artists Mall Nukke, Maria Kristiina Ulas and Ulvi Haagensen, and established young artists Britta Benno and Helen Tago. As part of the community engagement programme, four visiting artists will give artist talks and workshops at the Red gallery. The transport of artwork is financed by the artists and their travel is funded by the Cultural Endowment of Estonia. This event has received support and recognition from Ambassador Andres Unga, Melbourne Honorary Consul Lembit Marder and the Estonian Society in Melbourne. Living Space project is looking for your support. This can be done by donating to the Estonian Society in Melbourne: National Australia Bank A/C 04655 9408 BSB 083 346 Please include Living Space in the description of the transaction. For more information visit www.ruum.org  Living Space is an exhibition that brings contemporary Estonian artwork to Australia from Estonia. The exhibition takes place from 15th March – 8th April 2018 at Red Gallery in Melbourne. suggest best web hosting providers in the top internet services companies review list
TULE MEIE KODU DIGILEHE TELLIJAKS!

Kolmapäevane leht on PDF faili kujul Sinu emaili postkastis juba esmaspäeval. Aastane tellimus ainult $55.00.

Vaata lähemalt hinnakiri, tellimine ja maksmine.

Contemporary art exhibition Living Space

Bernadette Pilli 20. dets. 2017

Living Space is an exhibition that brings contemporary Estonian artwork to Australia from Estonia. The exhibition takes place from 15th March – 8th April 2018 at Red Gallery in Melbourne.

Living Space exhibition presents works from different generations of women artists living in Estonia and displays a variety of artworks that are diverse in used media - including prints, drawings, installation, video and paintings.

This project was initiated by Katrin Repnau and Bernadette Pilli in an attempt to introduce and enhance contemporary Estonian art in Australia. It aims to improve the links between Australian and Estonian visual art through celebrating free movement of people and the realm of cultural exchange.

Living Space also coincides with the centenary of Estonia's independence. As this important event affects the lives all Estonians all around the world, in Estonia or abroad, it's an excellent opportunity to celebrate contemporary Estonians and their living space in Australia. The arts is one of many platforms by which Estonia's presence can be strengthened internationally as well as a way of promoting vibrant discussions on contemporary culture. The more Estonian culture is fostered, its past and present, the stronger and more vital its profile becomes.

The six exhibiting artists selected by curator Katrin Repnau include distinguished artist Liina Siib, who represented Estonia at the 54th Venice Art Biennale, as well as renowned artists Mall Nukke, Maria Kristiina Ulas and Ulvi Haagensen, and established young artists Britta Benno and Helen Tago. As part of the community engagement programme, four visiting artists will give artist talks and workshops at the Red gallery.

The transport of artwork is financed by the artists and their travel is funded by the Cultural Endowment of Estonia. This event has received support and recognition from Ambassador Andres Unga, Melbourne Honorary Consul Lembit Marder and the Estonian Society in Melbourne.

Living Space project is looking for your support. This can be done by donating to the Estonian Society in Melbourne:

National Australia Bank

A/C 04655 9408

BSB 083 346

Please include Living Space in the description of the transaction.

For more information visit www.ruum.org 

Contemporary art exhibition Living Space Living Space is an exhibition that brings contemporary Estonian artwork to Australia from Estonia. The exhibition takes place from 15th March – 8th April 2018 at Red Gallery in Melbourne.
Contemporary   art   exhibition  Living  Space
Lugesin ühte lehte, millel oli kodulehtede uuendamine kiiresti sest kvaliteet maksab. Meistritööna ajastatud kodulehe valmistamine sisukalt ja see ei saa olla juhus samas testitud veebilehtede koostamine kodulehe firma aara.ee samas on ka sisukuse poolest kodulehtede tegemine mis töötab ka koormusega lisaks on lakoonilise kodulehe tegemine tasakaalustatult tähtis.
Eestlaste hääl aastast 1949
Ajaleht Meie Kodu, tel: 02 9212 2113, e-mail: