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!
Ashot Jegikjan's "Springtime and Mummuism" at Haus Gallery from 03.03.2020 to 04.04.2020
Ashot Jegikjan's solo exhibition "Springtime and Mummuism" opens on March 3 at 6 p.m. on the bottom floor of Haus Galley. Everyone is welcome!
Ashot Jegikjan is one of those artists whose perception of atmospheres, moments and people is exceptionally sharp. Moreover, it is important for him to communicate those states of mind and moods without losing any nuance. Ashot captures the moments that pass many people by without notice. He makes note of these moments with uncompromising empathy, observing without judgement, painstakingly. Too often, this kind of attentiveness tends to become a thankless labor, getting lost in daily haste and decision-making. It is necessary to sit down and merely observe every once in a while; this need eventually finds its way out, for example, in art, in Ashot Jegikjan’s paintings. These allow the viewer to enter the moments that they have not experienced directly, because the impressions that they give are universally human.loe lähemalt
Siim-Tanel Annus. Ignition.
09.01.2020 - 05.03.2020
Exhibition opening on Thursday, 9th of January at 18:00.
Siim-Tanel Annus is in the middle of an exhibition trilogy which chronicles the different stages of living, being and creating. The first one, titled ‘The Transition,’ is open until March at the Adamson-Eric Museum while the second exhibition, open at Haus Gallery, is named ‘Ignition.’ The third exhibition is currently in the works. loe lähemalt
A NEW EXHIBITION OPENING BY ALINA ORAV ON THE 7TH OF JANUARY AT 18:00 IN HAUS GALLERY.
Alina Orav (born 1989) opens the door into a completely new world this month at Haus Gallery. The artist has developed her own personal technique, called the polyview painting, which is unique due to its ability to morph single plane images into three dimensional figures — all the viewer has to do is change their perspective. The artist’s works can be regarded as scientific experiments thanks to the use of optical devices. Traditionally, humans have viewed art through the lens given to us by nature, our eyes, but Orav uses objects like mirrors and magnifying glasses to present her paintings to the audience from various perspectives. The artist also experiments with picture dimensions, materials and textures and additionally, makes use of the room’s properties. The exhibition is designed as a multi sensory experience — the paintings may appear abstract at first but at a closer look, when analysed from different angles and through different optical devices, hidden figures appear. Each of these images form a conceptual whole which we invite the visitors to explore.
THE EXHIBITION WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL THE 8TH OF FEBRUARY.loe lähemalt
The opening of Jüri Mildeberg's exhibition 'Unicorn and Tutti-Frutti' on Thursday, 5 December at 17:00 in Haus Galley, Uus tänav 17.
What would Christmas be without surprises, gimmicks and magic? This December in Haus Gallery, Jüri Mildeberg kicks off the festive month with mystery. His boxes and paintings hide within them eccentric characters. Through these joyful creations, Mildeberg makes sure to offer all of us some long-awaited Christmas wonder.loe lähemalt
Haus Gallery is hosting two new exhibitions – Estonian Painters’ Association’s nudes and painter Tiina Tammetalu’s solo exhibition, where the artist is speaking about her personal visions about gardens and coastlines.
On Thursday, October the 31th at 8 PM at Haus Gallery
OUR GOOD OLD LANDSCAPES
Landscapes, landscapes, nature – this is the theme of the autumn auction. I'm walking in the gallery and viewing the landscapes on the walls, browsing the catalogue and following with my eyes the contours of the roads on the pictures, wondering if I could have been to some of them. Little Estonia – all of us could someday stumble across any of your paths.loe lähemalt
Exhibition at Swedbank, Tallinn, Liivalaia 8: 10th and 11th floor. Opened to everyone on Thursdays at 15:00-17:00, from 27 December 2019 to 15 January 2020.
The exhibition is a collaboration with our long time partner Swedbank.loe lähemalt
Haus Gallery 03.09.2019-03.10.2019
Freedom is the space where the artist has a chance to create and put emphasis on the varieties of the world through their own unique viewpoint. The freedom to create – that is an immense joy.loe lähemalt
Tuulikki Tolli’s new exhibition invites viewers into a world of feelings which is awakened by the artist’s expressive creations. In addition to the rich emotions, ‘On the Edge of Feelings’ also offers a lot to think about. Tuulikki’s abstract paintings ponder over whether or not a person can ever be completely free.
Let’s get together! There’s a very good reason for us to do so, since the exhibition Kokkusaamised (Encounters) is open upstairs at Haus Gallery for us to enjoy. Three artists – Per William Petersen, Sirje Petersen and Ivar Kaasik – whose works are displayed on the Gallery’s walls, step into the conversation.loe lähemalt
This time at Maakri Quarter (Maakri 19/21, Tallinn) Haus Gallery presents works by Arne Maasik – his allegorically accorded series “Tangles” and “NYC”. While at first glance, “Tangles” seems to be classified under nature photography, it does not fall there in the usual sense. Instead, it can be compared to author’s style of capturing architectural shapes, where the attention is on the sterile and monotonous, sometimes even dull and straining structures, which begins to speak from the inside, gets tangled within itself and ages as a result, only to begin gasping for air after having emerged from the ordeal. The same kind of tangled feeling can be sensed in case of the complicated cross-section of NYC.loe lähemalt
2 May – 2 June 2019
At 17.00 on Thursday, 2 May, Haus Gallery will be opening the jubilee exhibition of Toomas Vint, a famous painter and writer. The artist celebrated his 75th birthday on 5 March. He has been awarded several creative awards – including the Order of the White Star, 3rd Class in 2012. The artist’s works can be found in famous museums and private collections all over the world.loe lähemalt
On Thursday, 2 May at 18.00, the personal exhibition of Andrus Joonas “The Meaning of Life” will be opened at Haus Gallery, where the paintings of recent years are exhibited and a performance will take place.loe lähemalt
On March 28, the Estonian Contemporary Arts Development Center (ECADC) will hold a special programme and gallery evening called Tallinn Thursday with extended opening hours as part of the TMW Arts programme. Participating in the event will be Vaal Gallery, Temnikova & Kasela Gallery, Haus Gallery, Okapi Gallery, Positiiv Gallery, the Juhan Kuus Documentary Photo Centre and the EKA Gallery. On the gallery night, the exhibitions, varied in nature, will feature fresh works from both Estonian and international artists. During the evening, exhibition tours will be held and visitors can also meet the gallerists and artists. A bus will be arranged to aid with transportation between the galleries.loe lähemalt
At 18.00 on Wednesday, 6 March, the exhibition titled PUNK-BAROQUE, by the group NEO*EKS*PRE*POST, will open in Haus Gallery; the slogan of the exhibition is metropolitan, rebellious beauty that saves the world. The art group, with its ever-changing membership, is represented on this occasion by the paintings of Andro Kööp, artist, interior architect and President of the group, and sculptures by Urmas Puhkan, artist and ceramist.loe lähemalt
On Friday, 8 February at 17.00, Accordance – the traditional exhibition of the Estonian Glass Artists' Union – will open at the Haus Gallery, this year carrying the subtitle of Glass in Space.
If glass art has so far been displayed together in a single exhibition hall with the gallery’s permanent exhibitions, in order to create a dialogue between different forms of art, then this year viewers will get the chance to enjoy glass art in a separate hall, and the focus will be on the impact of a glass object in space.loe lähemalt
Haus Gallery presents: Kiwa's "Kaleidoscope" in Swedbank main office (Liivalaia 8, Tallinn)
The new coloured versions of the previous black and white series are unique copies of legendary motifs which have been inspired by, amongst other things, the graphic poetry of Raul Meel and the colour training of Aili Vint. The result is summarised by a kaleidoscopic mystery in which mirror and colour pieces are exiting from the symmetrical and regular frames to the other side of the acute angle, straight lines and turns, decomposing into the peaceful embrace of the blinding light's quiet wavelength.loe lähemalt
On Wednesday, 9 January at 17.00, Haus Gallery will open the personal exhibition of Christel Allik "Random balance", in which the author expresses herself in an even more abstract and contrasting way.loe lähemalt
Dear art friends!
During the christmas holidays we are opened and closed as follows:
- until December 22 - gallery is opened
- December 23-26 - gallery is closed
- December 27-29 - gallery is opened
- December 30 until January 6 - gallery is closed
We are regularly opened again from January 7, 2019.
Have a wonderful time of christmas and new year's eve!
On the picture: Kadi Kurema. "Party Animal. The Fox"loe lähemalt
29.11 – 29.12.2018 at Haus Gallery
This year, the grand old lady of Estonian graphics, Vive Tolli, celebrated her 90th jubilee. Haus Gallery is inviting everyone to participate in the compendious exhibition with gratitude and appreciation in the last month of the year: “Alati Teie, Vive Tolli”.
Vive Tolli has had a dedicated attitude towards her talent as the ultimate present, which has helped her to create presents for all of us – amazing, enchanting works of art which absorb you through life and times.loe lähemalt
Haus Gallery presents: Maarit Murka in the Maakri Quarter (Maakri 19/21, Tallinn)
Maarit Murka’s works convey personal and social stories, often through the small prism of irony. Her "MindRoom" and "Out of Context" series of paintings deal with these topics more broadly and abstractly than before, while at the same time preserving the filigree finish, massive impact and effective aesthetics that are inherent to the author.loe lähemalt
Design and Architecture Gallery 20 November - 1 December, 2018
Exhibition curator, Piia Ausman, Haus Gallery:
Which is more real: the one they know or the one we deem ourselves to be? Who are these two “personalities” who keep seeking each other time and again? The pathway between the two is the road of life, filled with a rendezvous with the self. Hello, Liivia! So who are you? The change, the transformation, the advancement! A person’s life as a story of several, occasionally different-looking personalities - interpretations, emotions, art.loe lähemalt