TALLINN, ESTONIA

7th Tallinn Applied Art Triennial

21.04–23.07.2017

The triennial is an international art event, this year inviting audiences to reflect on the concept of time. Being constantly hurried, overloaded with information and the subsequent superficiality is tiring. The opposite, slowness is often considered as backwardness. How to find balance?

Applied artists and designers react to current issues, using their own particular means of expression. The main exhibition “Ajavahe. Time Difference” displays jewellery, glass, textile, blacksmithing and ceramics. The subjective nature of a person’s sense of time is contemplated through traditional and smaller formats, as well as video and large-scale installations.

In addition to the main exhibition the triennial has a substantial satellite programme, featuring numerous solo and group exhibitions. A seminar discussing mediation in applied art will take place and audiences are invited to take part in guided tours and workshops. Take the time to come to the triennial!

Schedule of the opening weekend

April 20-23

H E R E
20/04/2017

The main exhibition of the 7th Tallinn Applied Art Triennial will be opened in the Estonian Museum of Applied Art and Design this Friday, 21 April. The opening weekend of the triennial will include guided tours at the main exhibition, but also artist talks. Prior to the opening of the main exhibition everyone is invited […]

06/04/2017

With the aim of improving the visibility of applied art and design, a seminar “Modes of mediating applied art and design” will take place on the day of the opening of the triennial, 21 April. Everyone interested is welcome to pre-register! Bringing together artists, critics, curators and communications professionals and other esteemed experts, the seminar […]

20/03/2017

The full programme of the 7th Tallinn Applied Art Triennial is now made public. In addition to the main exhibition, it includes a seminar on communicating applied art, an extensive satellite programme, artists’ talks and guided tours. The main exhibition of the triennial, titled “Ajavahe. Time Difference” opens on 21 April at the Estonian Museum of […]

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