Artist Jaanika Peerna who lives and works in New York, has opened an exhibition in the new display hall of Haus Gallery, a selection of works which are dedicated to her most important subject of the past years - melting glaciers. The insight was captured on camera by Nando Grancelli as to relay the aura of the display and give those who cannot come to the gallery a chance to delve deeper into the works.. The exhibition is open until January 29th 2022.
Read more about the exhibition and see the works HEREloe lähemalt
Haus Gallery is actively updating the online art sales and art auctions environment onlinearthaus.com where we add selections of artworks by topics, authors and techniques. At the moment we have compiled an intimate but dignified selection of watercolors by artists of our earlier art historical period, including the works of Richard Uutmaa and Richard Sagrits who have enjoyed an abundance of interest in previous Haus Gallery art classics' auctions. See the selection and read more about the authors HEREloe lähemalt
Haus Gallery's Fall auctions were successful and the biddings for three separate auction selections saw active interest.loe lähemalt
While taking a stroll through the lovely and snowy Tallinn old town, come visit our new exhibition "For Solace..." - open until the end of January.
Jaanika Peerna's large-scale works invite you to reflect and at the same time have a meditative effect, allowing your gaze to wander along the flowing forms and look even further from the pictures...
Simultaneously with the exhibition at Haus Gallery you can see Jaanika Peerna's sculptural wall installation at the Writers' House in Tallinn, which has a very close connection with the artworks on display.
Jaanika Peerna has also just published her book "Glacier Elegies," which can be browsed and purchased in the gallery!
Read more about the exhibition HERE
We are now featured on the KAYAK Tallinn Travel Guide. Click here to read more and discover the best things to do in Tallinn, including a visit to Haus Gallery - one of Estonia's first auction houses and galleries!loe lähemalt
Haus Gallery celebrates the 80th anniversary of the artist Viktor Sinjukajev with an overview exhibition of his work. Exhibited are the author's early works from his studies, as well as symbolic poster designs that reflected both political and cultural events of that time, but also conceptual paintings with Lasnamäe panels, which are undeniably significant works in the author's and in Estonian art. See photos from the exhibition hall and read more about the exhibition HERE.loe lähemalt
Haus Gallery opens an exhibition of Nina DoShe paintings and textiles on beauty and femininity in the downstairs display hall.loe lähemalt
What connects Evald Okas and Marko Mäetamm?
We challenge the public to look for parallels in the graphic work of two seemingly different artists. Our auction presents a selection of early works by Evald Okas and Marko Mäetamm. The works are located at Haus Gallery, Tallinn, Uus tn 17, where you can get acquainted with them before bidding. The auction is open for bids 15.08 - 15.09.2021loe lähemalt
New exhibition at Haus Gallery - "Hidden Worlds" by the well-known and intriguing Finnish artist Elvi Rangell. This is her third collaboration with our gallery.loe lähemalt
This summer you can enjoy exhibitions curated by Haus Gallery. In the usual location of the gallery (Uus 17, Tallinn) we have on display contemporary Estonian classics in the exhibition entitled "Talks" and in Maakri Quarter (Maakri 19/21, Tallinn) "Above" by Ivika Luisk.loe lähemalt
The newly opened summer exhibition at Maakri Kvartal (Maakri 19/21) displays a selection of works by Ivika Luisk. Her personal style - large formats, bold colours, clear and simple shapes - characterise the display selection and also the subject matter: humane warmth, balance with nature and inner harmony. Read more about the exhibition HERE.loe lähemalt
Presented by Online ArtHaus - graphic works from Erich Pehap's early creation. Read more and see the selection HERE.loe lähemalt
Haus Gallery's Spring 2021 auctions were a great success, even becoming a record in Estonian art history. During two days 113 artworks from the 19th century up until 2019 were open for bidding and 110 of them were sold with final prices rising over the initial price 3 to 10 times on 100 artworks from the selection. The turnover from two auctions reached over one million euros which has never before happened at Estonian art auctions. Over 100 participants joined the auction.loe lähemalt
Haus Gallery has opened a new exhibition by Sirje Petersen entitled "Red String" that poetically features a red string all throughout the figurative and abstract paintings. The exhibition will stay open until the 12th of June.
More about the exhibition HERE.loe lähemalt
Haus Gallery has opened a new exhibition by Ivar Kaasik entitled "Self-Portrait of Autonomy" is a play on both the words and meaning of the exhibition's title. Here, the artist paints cars, both interpreting his own nostalgic experiences with Soviet automobiles and personifying the vehicles - creating autonomic auto portraits.
More about the exhibition HERE.loe lähemalt
This Spring Haus Gallery will not only have one but two art auctions! The older classics' auction will take place on the 7th and the modern classics' auction on the 8th of May.loe lähemalt
Vilen Künnapu's world of colorful landscapes declared open with responsible distancing and wearing masks.loe lähemalt
Vilen Künnapu who is known as an architect and artist presents his new display of paintings on exhibition throughout the two floors of Haus Gallery from the 20th of January!loe lähemalt
A book is a work of art on its own - one where text, illustrations and design meet. Published according to this principle is Piia Ausman’s third book for the whole family. In collaboration with artist Jarõna Ilo and designer Angelika Schneider, another beautiful edition has been recently issued.loe lähemalt
A realistic way of painting is not disappearing from contemporary art!loe lähemalt
You can meet all kinds of characters from Andrus Kivirähk's novel "Rehepapp" on Jüri Mildeberg's original illustrations now on display at Haus Gallery.loe lähemalt
Although Jaan Elken's exhibition Memory of a Place was celebrated with responsibly wearing masks, art still does not fail to connect us all!loe lähemalt
New paintings by Liivia Leškin at Maakri Kvartal (Maakri 19/21, Tallinn) until March 2021. Maakri Kvartal is open Mon - Fri 7.30 - 18 and Sat through the on-site cafe.loe lähemalt
The exhibition „Memory of the Place III“ at Haus Gallery consists of a series of large and middle-scale paintings, in which muted colour schemes recreate powerful references to epic wastelands – whether volcanic plains in Island, rock and sand deserts of North America and and North Africa, or the abstract textures and silhouettes of metropols such as San Fransisco or New York. Yet, the emphasis on urban culture and its marks on walls, surfaces and spaces co-exist in Jaan Elken’s paintings together with more eternal rules. As a painter, he navigates an aesthetically disturbed world which aims to connect to the viewer from a more universal and global position.loe lähemalt
Today, on August 8 at 5 p.m., we open the exhibition of two great Finnish artists, Elvi Rangell and Elina Laurinen. The common thread of their paintings is passion for colour. Every single artwork creates a powerful echo in the room and draws the viewer in. You are welcome to come and experience this!