Sooster 100: View from Private Collections
Ülo Sooster (1924–1970), whose artistic career and life were cut short, managed to leave behind a legacy of thousands of drawings and paintings which belong to the European surrealist heritage despite having been created on the other side of the Iron Curtain. The exhibition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the birth of an inimitably playful creator and a significant reformer of Estonian post-war modernism displays works that belong to private collections.
Curators: Liisa Kaljula and Elnara Taidre
Exhibition design: Mari Kurismaa
Graphic design: Mari Kaljuste (exhibition), Tuuli Aule (book)