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856.t1.jpg View of the new exhibition - Viktor Sinjukajev "Restrospective"

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.

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847.t1.jpg SUMMER EXHIBITIONS

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.

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844.t1.jpg NEW EXHIBITION - IVIKA LUISK AT MAAKRI KVARTAL

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.

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843.t1.jpg 2021 SPRING AUCTION RECORD RESULTS

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.

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832.t1.jpg SIRJE PETERSEN'S POETIC "RED STRING"

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.

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833.t1.jpg IVAR KAASIK'S "SELF-PORTRAIT OF AUTONOMY"

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.

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794.t1.jpg 2021 SPRING AUCTIONS

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.

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775.t1.jpg EXHIBITION: LIIVIA LEŠKIN

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.

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774.t1.jpg NEW EXHIBITION JAAN ELKEN: MEMORY OF THE PLACE III

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.

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729.t1.jpg MUMMUISM IN OUR HOUSE

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.

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722.t1.jpg IGNITION IN HAUS GALLERY

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. ​

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720.t1.jpg WHAT IS A POLYVIEW PAINTING?

POLYVIEW WORLDS

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.

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713.t1.jpg MALL NUKKE'S "METAMORPHOSES"

On Friday, the 6th of December at 5pm, Mall Nukke opens her jubilee exhibition "Metamorphoses" at Haus Gallery. The music at the opening is provided by the band Kuusipaala: Aleksandr Kohhantšuk on guitar and Jevgeni Berezovski on percussion.

Mall Nukke asks existential questions on the occasion of her jubilee, presented in her own ironic way. Encountering chance, disappearing, transitioning, questioning the nature of nature – these things touch us all. The artist looks simultaneously into the past and into the future. Profound universal themes are juxtaposed with trivial everyday images – yes, the uncertainty of space looks us into the eye even when we are not aware of it. If persistence is an illusion, does the image of human give the human an eternal meaning? If so, does that meaning matter?

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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.

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