Klaus Lutz and Robert Walser Day at the 17th Tallinn Print Triennial’s main exhibition Cloudbusters: Intensity vs. Intention
10.07.2018

Klaus Lutz and Robert Walser Day takes place on Saturday, 14 July at 5 p.m. in the framework of the 17th Tallinn Print Triennial’s main exhibition Cloudbusters: Intensity vs. Intention at the Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia (EKKM). The works of both artists are on display at the exhibition that…

The programme of the 17th Tallinn Print Triennial continues with Viktorija Rybakova’s solo exhibition at Tallinn City Gallery 
20.06.2018

  From 21 June, a solo exhibition by Viktorija Rybakova titled “Skinship” will open at Tallinn City Gallery. Rybakova, who is the winner of the Grand Prix of the previous Tallinn Print Triennial, is interested in the diversity, amplitude and instability of human sexuality. The opening will take place on…

The 17th Tallinn Print Triennial’s main exhibition Cloudbusters: Intensity vs. Intention will open in June
15.05.2018

    This year the Tallinn Print Triennial celebrates its 50th anniversary. The main exhibition of the 17th Tallinn Print Triennial Cloudbusters: Intensity vs. Intention will open on the 1st of June at the Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia (EKKM).   The international exhibition Cloudbusters: Intensity vs. Intention, curated by…

The film programme of the 17th Tallinn Print Triennial’s main exhibition Cloudbusters: Intensity vs. Intention in cinema Sõprus

Cloudbusters: Intensity vs. Intention   Film programme in cinema Sõprus   7 June 9 pm The Gleaners and I The film, inspired by Jean-François Millet’s famous painting, takes the viewer to the French countryside where the underprivileged have for centuries gathered the crops left on the fields after the harvest.…

The Kumu Art Museum opens an exhibition dedicated to the oldest triennial in Estonia
16.04.2018

On Thursday, 19 April, the Kumu Art Museum opens the exhibition Puzzling Over the Labyrinth: 50 Years of the Tallinn Print Triennial, dedicated to the history of the Tallinn Print Triennial, which celebrates this year its jubilee.   On 22 July 1968, a joint Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian exhibition called…

Press release: The 17th Tallinn Print Triennial will celebrate 50 years of activity with exhibitions, a symposium and a film programme.
01.03.2018

  The 17th Tallinn Print Triennial will take place in the spring and summer of 2018 in Kumu Art Museum and EKKM, with satellite events taking place at other exhibition venues. The upcoming Print Triennial will be governed by the notion of tradition that addresses both the 100th anniversary of…