All of the branches of the Art Museum of Estonia will open their doors again to visitors on 19 May with permanent displays and three new exhibitions. The museum welcomes visitors with an exciting programme for the spring and summer season. Pursuant to national regulations in relation to health concerns, our visitation rules have been updated.
In the Mikkel Museum, visitors can take a peek into the world of the legendary Estonian art collector Mart Lepp at the exhibition A Personal Century: Mart Lepp’s Art Collection. The Adamson-Eric Museum welcomes people to a display of Olev Subbi’s oeuvre entitled Olev Subbi: Using Paint to Find an Ideal World, which focuses on the artist’s works of art that were created in a bright and happy key despite the difficult circumstances of the day. On 22 May, the Kumu Art Museum will launch the exhibition Ando Keskküla: Reality and Technodelics, curated by the art historian Anders Härm. The Niguliste Museum awaits you with its permanent display and the exposition The Virgin Mary: Woman, Mother, Queen, which will stay open for an extended period, until 16 August. In the Kadriorg Art Museum, visitors can enjoy the diverse permanent exposition of foreign art and the wonderful garden of the beautiful Baroque palace.
In accordance with the new enhanced rules, which provide for the use of disinfectants, frequent cleaning and the implementation of the 2+2 principle, visitors can enjoy the museums safely while keeping the required distance from each other. Good practices for visitors and any museum updates will soon be published on the web page of the Art Museum of Estonia.