TALLINN, ESTONIA

8th Tallinn Applied Art Triennial

29.05–15.08.2021

The 8th Tallinn Applied Art Triennial “Translucency” takes place at Kai Art Center, 29.05–15.08.2021.

The international contemporary craft exhibition is curated by Danish glass artist and art historian Stine Bidstrup. The exhibition includes various fields of applied art and focuses on the critical potential of translucency in contemporary craft.

In addition to the main exhibition the triennial’s programme features a number of satellite events: artist presentations, tours with the curator and exhibition guides as well as other thematic exhibitions.

18/06/2020

The next Tallinn Applied Art Triennial will be curated by Stine Bidstrup, a Danish glass artist and art historian, whose curatorial concept focuses on the phenomenon of translucency both in contemporary craft and in a broader social context. The 8th Tallinn Applied Art Triennial opens at Kai Art Center on 28 May 2021. The main […]

14/07/2017

The 7th Tallinn Applied Art Triennial is coming to end, the main exhibition at the Estonian Museum of Applied Art and Design is open until 23 July. The last exhibition of the satellite programme, “The perfect landscape. Earth, wood, fire, water”, by ceramic artist Karin Kalman is open until the beginning of August. The exhibition, […]

17/05/2017

In May the satellite programme of 7th Tallinn Applied Art Triennial features five new exhibitions. Sofia Hallik: Born-Digitals vol.2 12.05-02.06.2017, Draakon gallery (Pikk 18) Mon-Fri 11-18, Sat 11-17 Sofia Hallik is a jewellery artist who is interested in the way суberspace and digital technology influence jewellery. “Born-Digitals vol.2” was initially planned as a sequel of […]

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