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An exhibition of the Estonian Sculptors’ Association and sculpture students of the Pallas art school
08.04-30.04. 2023. Tue – Sun 15.00 – 18.00

As part of their course, students were asked to hold a visual dialogue with their professors. Head of department, Anne Rudanovski, says: “Learning only happens when minds are aligned.” This exhibition demonstrates the fruits of the non-hierarchical teaching method employed by the school.

Participants: Elo Liiv, Villu Jaanisoo, Leena Kuutma, Paul Mänd,
Terje Ojaver, Berit Talpsepp-Jaanisoo ja Helli Aas, Toomas Bent, Rasmus Hirv, Raigo Kannike, Viktor Kiss, Helene Lüüsi, Elena Madaminova, Ketter Mägi, Tõru-Tõnn Parts, Lotta Karoliina Räsänen, Andreas Tukmann, Carmen Ööbik.

Näituse töögrupp:

Curators: Liina Kinks, Leena Kuutma.
Display design: Viktor Kiss.
Graphic design: Helli Aas, Kert Elliott Mägi.
Lighting design: Kati Kerstna

Leena Kuutma.
Phone. +(372) 5296820, Leena [dot] Kuutma [at] pallasart [dot] ee


Interactive installation
Mar 11, 2023 at 12.00

Metempsychosis takes the viewer into a world of visual expression, viewing health as the original state of matter, but also as an abstract form. Social change confronts culture with the norm. Metempsychosis ends when the change is complete.

Six (Sigrit Lõhmus, b. 1990) is an artist working with light and sound and reflecting on cultural / social contexts, She  prefers to use recycled materials and finds impermanence of the artwork a positive factor and a challenge to the documenter.  Playing with linguistic humour, she leaves the ends untied, free for the viewer to interpret.

Art Is Home

Some 50 artworks from the homes of Rotary Club members have found their way into this exhibition: paintings, watercolours and prints by authors such as Jüri Arrak, Malle Leis, Andrei Jegorov, Olev Soans, Evald Okas, Heitti Polli, Tõnis Laanemaa. In the words of club member Ruve Schank, the Rapla Rotary club calls for a deeper appreciation of art, including art that has found its way into homes. A good artwork can often give us energy for the day, or help us alleviate daily stress. 

Art may have its purposes within itself, or express a political standpoint, but in a domestic setting, we look for the kind of art which brings pleasure – and so, the current collection is mostly made up of landscapes, still lives and nudes, plus some portraits, and prints by Soans and Kaljo Põllu. 

Curator and exhibition designer: Valter Uusberg.
Graphic design: Kati Kerstna.