The greatest collection of paintings ever seen in Rapla gave a glimpse of tendencies in contemporary Estonian painting, through the works of the younger generation of painters. Participants: Piret Bergmann, Sirja-Liisa Eelma, Rikka Horn, Andrus Joonas, Andres Koort, Mara Koppel-Ljutjuk, Laurentsius (Lauri Sillak), Kaido Ole, Riin Pallon, Alvar Reisner, Kairi Orgusaar, Leho Rubis and Alide Zvorovski. Music was performed at the opening by Tiit Born.
Croquis is the term for quick sketch of a live model. The show presented various drawing styles – abstract sketches, automatic drawings, realistic renderings of characters and types, underpaintings in oil et cetera. Participants: Valter Uusberg, Alide Zvorovski, Janika Jürgenson, Märt Vaidla, Margit Terasmees, Eda Taevas, Eha Koit, Maiu Kangur, Tarvo Mett, Eteri Tõlgo, Mikk Allas, Sigrid Talviste, Tiiu Nurme, Riin Pallon, Kairi Orgusaar.
07.22 – 07.29, 2010
Our first exhibition, titled DOUBLY MEANINGLESS, offered a selection of conceptual works of art, utilizing different media – light installations, interactive sound sculptures, photo staging, digital print, painting and book binding. At the opening, Rene Haljasmäe presented his performance “Artist Shearing Himself” and Igor Ruus his film portrait of ceramics master Leo Rohlin. Participants: Merle Kannus, Erki Kannus, Katrin
Rüütli, Kati Kerstna, Rene Haljasmäe, Riin Pallon and Kairi Orgusaar. Exhibition was designed by Merle Kannus.