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Inga Heamägi

01.06.1961 Viljandis

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1982–1988 Estonian Academy of Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts, graphic arts
1992 Association of Estonian Printmakers, Estonian Artists’ Association
1999–2002, 2007– Member of the Board of Association of Estonian Printmakers, since 2012 chairwoman of the Board
1997–2005 AD (Art Director) in advertising agencies “Laks & KO” and “Inorek & Grey”
2003–2005 Lithography and composition teacher in Graphic Art department at the Estonian Academy of Arts
2006–2008 Drawing teacher at the Estonian Academy of Arts
since 2009 freelance artist

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS


2011 Viinistu Art Museum Gallery, Estonia
2011 Café Peterson, Tallinn, Estonia
2009 St Jacob’s Church, Viimsi, Estonia
2008 The Parliament of Estonia, Tallinn
2008 Maxit Estonia AS, Tallinn
2007 Kuressaare Castle Gallery, Estonia
2007 Art School, Jõhvi, Estonia
2006 Tampere House, Tartu, Estonia
2006 Art Café, Rakvere, Estonia
2006 Estonian Lithographic Center, Pärnu, Estonia
2005 Haus Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
2005 Võru County Seat, Estonia
2001 Art and History Museum, Césis, Latvia
2000 Tallinn Art Hall Gallery,     Estonia
1996 A. H. Tammsaare Museum, Tallinn, Estonia
1995 Draakon Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
1993 “Atelje-Bar”, Torni Hotel, Helsinki, Finland
1993 Gallery in Kuressaare, Estonia
1993 Gallery in Paide, Estonia
1993 Tabasalu Secondary School, Estonia
1993 Café Logos, Jyväskylä,     Finland
1993 Kirkonnummi Central Library, Finland

 

SELECTED INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITIONS


2011 International Graphic Biennial, Kaliningrad, Russia (jury)
2011 IV International Graphic art exhibition „Art-line“, Minsk, Belarus
2010 “Helmiö”, International Miniprint Exhibition, Gallery Uusi Kipinä, Lahti, Finland
2010 III International Graphics Exhibition “Art-line”, Minsk, Belarus (diploma)            
2010 EXPO 2010, Printed Matter from Estonia, Shanghai, China
2009 International Art Festival ”Terra Nova”, Belarus (diploma)
2009 I International Triennial of Drawing “Manu Propria”, Tallinn, Estonia
2008 I Triennial ”Bridges Between the Mediterranean and the Baltic”, Thessaloniki, Greece
2007 V International Triennial of Graphic Arts, Sofia, Bulgaria
2007 IX International Print Biennial, Varna, Bulgaria
2006 Graphic Art from 3 Baltic States, Novas Gallery, London, Great Britain
2005 International graphic art project ”Now Art Now Future”, Lithuania
2004 Horst Janssen Museum, Oldenburg, Germany
2004 Eurographic (selected works from Print Triennial Krakow 2003), Moscow, Russia
2003 XI International Biennial of Print and Drawing, Taiwan
2003 60th Anniversary Exhibition of Silpakorn University, Thailand
2003 International Print Triennial, Krakow, Poland
2003 IV Egyptian International Print TriennIal, Egypt
2003 International Biennial of Miniature Art, Gornji Milanovic, Serbia & Montenegro
2002 International Senefelder-Award 2002 Exhibition, Germany
2001 Small Print, Cremona, Italy
2001 XII International Graphic Triennial, Tallinn, Estonia    
2000 I Biennial of Small Scale Painting and Printmaking “Lilla Europa 2000”, Hallsberg & Örebro, Sweden
2000 VI International Print Biennial “Kaliningrad – Königsberg 2000”, Russia
2000 International Print Triennial, Poland
1998 World Print Festival, Agart, Slovenia
1998 XI International Graphic Triennial, Tallinn, Estonia (purchase award)    
1998 XXII International Print Biennial, Ljubljana, Slovenia
1997 International Print Triennial, Poland
1997 III International Graphic Biennial “Dry Point ‘97”, Uzhice, Slovenia  
1997 II Egyptian International Print Triennial, Egypt
1997 IX International Print Biennial, Varna, Bulgaria
1996 II International Miniprint Biennial, Vilnius, Lithuania
1995 VIII International Print Biennial “Varna ‘95”, Bulgaria
1995 International Miniprint Triennial, Lahti, Finland
1995 XXI International Print Biennial, Ljubljana, Slovenia
1995 III International Print Biennial, Bharat Bhavan, India
1996 IV International Miniprint Triennial, Chamalieres, Auvergne, France
1993 IV International Miniprint Triennial, Riga, Latvia
1991 III International Miniprint Triennial, Chamalieres, Auvergne, France (Parchemin d’Honneur)    
 

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS


2011 International drawing workshop in Evald Okas Museum, Haapsalu, Estonia
2011 CHAIN–KETJU–KETT: Gallery Joella, Turku, Finland; Gallery Aatrium, Tallinn, Estonia
2008 ”Estonian Republic 90”, Museum of Foreign Art, Riga, Latvia
2008 Graphic Exhibition of Baltic Countries ”Power and Man 2”, Riga, Latvia
2008 “Estonian Republic 90”, Szegedi University and Debrecen Culture Center, Hungary
2007 Estonian graphics – IMPACT, Rotermann’s Salt Storage Art Centre, Tallinn, Estonia
2006 Graphic Exhibition of Baltic Countries ”Power and Man 1”, Novas Gallery, London, Great Britain
2006 Drawing Exhibition ”Improvisation”, Tallinn Art Hall, Estonia
2006 Estonian graphics, Lendava Museum Gallery, Slovenia
2005 IN-Graafika, Pärnu, Estonia    
2004 Estonian graphics, Estonian House in Stockholm and Örby Gallery, Sweden
2004 Estonian graphics, Berlin, Germany
2002 Estonian artists in Gotland, Sweden
1998, 2001, 2004, 2007, 2011 Eduard Wiiralt Prize exhibition, Estonia

 

AWARDS, STIPENDS

     
2010 III International Graphics Exhibition “Art-line”, Minsk, Belarus – diploma
2009 International Art Festival “Terra Nova”, Minsk, Belarus – diploma        
2009 I International Triennial of Drawing “Manu Propria”, Estonia – diploma
2005 Graphic Artist of the year 2005 – prize of the Association of Estonian Printmakers
2004 Väinö Tanner Foundation, Mazzano Romano, Italy – resident artist
2000 Jytland’s County, Hjørring Graphic Workshop, Denmark – resident artist
1998 XI International Graphic Triennial, Tallinn, Estonia – purchase award
1994 Dreiskau-Muckern, Germany – resident artist           
1991 III International Miniprint Triennial, Chamalieres, Auvergne, France – honor award (Parchemin d’Honneur)

 

WORKS IN COLLECTIONS

 
Estonian Art Museum, SEB Group, Tallink;  Art and History Museum, Césis, Latvia; Hotel Torni, Helsinki, Finland; Silpakorn University, Thailand; private collections

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