Do Come in, the Door is Open! Edith Karlson, Mary Reid Kelley and Eva Mustonen
11.10.2019 – March 2020
The exhibition brings together three artists whose work deals with the topics of materiality and storytelling. The latter are expressed in the artists’ written texts, treatments of literary classics and historical narratives, as well as in visual images.
Curator: Triin Tulgiste.
Anglers. Silvia Jõgever and Kadi Estland
01.11.2019 – April 2020
The exhibition addresses topical women’s issues by bringing together the works of artists of two different generations. With the help of empathy and absurdity, women are viewed against the background of social blows and in the context of real and grim stories.
Curator: Eda Tuulberg.
Art Museum of Estonia 100
Creating the Self: Emancipating Women in Estonian and Finnish Art
This large-scale exhibition focuses on the changes in women’s self-awareness and social position that started in the early 19th century, and that are reflected in the work of female artists and in the way women are depicted. The exhibition will be organised in collaboration with the Ateneum Art Museum and will present comparative Estonian and Finnish art from the mid-19th century to the mid-20th century.
Curators: Anu Allas and Tiina Abel.
Egypt of Glory
The Art Museum of Estonia, the Amos Rex art museum and the Museo Egizio announce a unique co-operative project. Opening in October 2020, the exhibition Egypt of Glory will be shown in two locations simultaneously: at Amos Rex, Helsinki, and at the Art Museum of Estonia’s Kumu Art Museum, Tallinn.