15/05/2023 | 16:17
Tiit Pruuli’s maritime-themed art collection displayed to the public for the first time at the Mikkel Museum
The display presents all of the dominant themes in marine painting: harbours and fishing villages, ships and sail-boats, artists’ travels in search of inspiration, man against the sea, pure seascapes and abstract marine art.
10/05/2023 | 13:43
New visitors’ record at Kumu: The teamLab exhibition was visited by 95,000 art lovers
On average, 650 people visited the exhibition each day.
28/04/2023 | 16:47
Kumu’s new exhibition looks at Estonian art history and contemporary art through a green lens
The largest-ever exhibition to focus on the relationship between art and the environment in Estonia is centred around three themes.
28/04/2023 | 16:31
The Bollnäs altarpiece, created in the workshop of Michel Sittow, visits its place of birth 500 years later
The focal point of the exhibition is the magnificent Bollnäs Holy Kinship altarpiece from northern Sweden, which was, with high probability, made in Michel Sittow’s Tallinn workshop in 1510‒1520.
13/04/2023 | 12:12
Olena Zelenska, in the video greeting sent to the Kumu exhibition: Culture will win
Olena Zelenska, the wife of the Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, delivered a video greeting at the opening of the exhibition Futuromarennia: Ukraine and Avant-Garde that recently opened at the Kumu Art Museum.
03/04/2023 | 13:18
The Kumu Art Museum introduces revealing insights into the radical dreams of the Ukrainian avant-garde
The display will include more than 100 original artworks – paintings and drawings, designs for books and posters, theatre costumes and scenography – as well as historical photos and video materials.
10/03/2023 | 11:52
A new lift in the Niguliste Museum will now take you up to the skydeck in the historical tower
A lift now leads to the skydeck and provides a unique view of the entire horizon, including the city of Tallinn and Tallinn Bay.
27/02/2023 | 11:40
The joy of colours and the power of expression of the greatest names in Finnish modernism at the Kadriorg Art Museum
The exhibition includes works by prominent painters: Alvar Cawén, Väinö Kunnas, Jalmari Ruokokoski, Tyko Sallinen, Yrjö Ollila and others.
17/12/2021 | 09:35
A book accompanying the Kumu Art Museum’s new permanent exhibition is now available in Estonian and English
The book introduces the Kumu Art Museum’s new permanent exhibition Landscapes of Identity: Estonian Art 1700–1945, opened in February 2021 on the 3rd floor of the museum.
08/12/2021 | 09:01
2021 issue of the Proceedings of the Art Museum of Estonia, Women Artists in Baltic and Nordic Museums, published
The starting point of the current issue of the Proceedings was the conference Women Artists in Baltic and Nordic Museums, which took place on 5 and 6 March 2020 in the Kumu Art Museum in connection with the exhibition Creating the Self: Emancipating Woman in Estonian and Finnish Art.
12/11/2021 | 10:27
This time, the research team of the project “Michel Sittow in the North?” focused on the masters active in Tallinn during the Late Middle Ages.
The first days of November were truly exciting and busy for the team of the project “Michel Sittow in the North?” The research project focuses on two altarpieces associated with Michel Sittow – the Passion Altarpiece in Tallinn and the Bollnäs Holy Kinship Altarpiece in Sweden.
06/10/2021 | 09:03
The week in Bollnäs was summed up at a seminar and a press event
The working week on the research project “Michel Sittow in the North?” in Bollnäs Church in Sweden was brought to a conclusion by a seminar and a press day on 30. September.
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