14 March, 2011

Tallinn Print Triennial 2011

Tallinna XV Graafikatriennaal
20. jaanuar - 8. mai 2011


In a shift from previous years the 15th Tallinn Print Triennial will be held exclusively at Kumu Art Museum to deliver a more focused and thematically integrated exhibition. This strategy will also capitalize on Kumu’s status as Tallinn’s most visited exhibiting institution.

Personal and Public Space in 1970s Estonian Graphics
08.12.2010–10.04.2011 4th floor, A-wing, Cabinet of Prints and Drawings
The exhibition introduces local black-and-white etched graphics from the 1970s, from artists who juxtaposed prescribed social themes with extreme subjectivity.

Mapping. Hits from the Ljubljana Biennial of Graphic Arts. 15th Tallinn Print Triennial
02.01.–17.04.2011 4th floor, B-wing
The exhibition introduces distinguished Grand Prix winners from the world’s oldest international biennial of graphic arts. The names include: Pablo Picasso, Robert Rauschenberg, Victor Vasarely, Hans Hartung, Richard Hamilton, Damien Hirst and many more. Supported by: Tallinn2011

For Love Not Money. 15th Tallinn Print Triennial
21.01.–08.05.2011 The Great Hall
This international exhibition examines printmaking in the broader context of the developments of art. The artists, who were chosen through intense competition, include several internationally recognized stars. Supported by: Tallinn2011

For Love Not Money. 15th Tallinn Print Triennial
21.01.–23.04.2011 5th floor, Gallery of Contemporary Art
This time, the Print Triennial is divided into subtopics which deal with the various aspects of love and money: yearning, dependency, dedication, family, religion, politics, goods, fetishes, sex and much more. Supported by: Tallinn2011

Images of the exhibition here

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