Haus Gallery opened a personal exhibition of Jüri Arrak to celebrate his 80th anniversary, which incidentally forms a part of the gallery’s spring auction. Arrak has become a symbolic name, a phenomenon separate from his creations, whose distinct signature may be liked to varying degrees but which never leaves anyone indifferent.loe lähemalt
Arne Maasik (born 28 April 1971), well-known photographer and architect, graduate of the Estonian Academy of Arts in the field of Architecture, has been equally busy in both fields, having combined the organised rhythms of architecture with the art of photography, with a love for shooting cities, while also having found his own signature in time in the primordial essence of nature. Arne Maasik handles photography through his own characteristic existential point of view, which is amplified by refined subjects of his choice as well as clean compositions.loe lähemalt
For the fourth year in a row, Estonian glass art visits Haus Gallery to create a dialogue with the stationary exposition of the gallery. The traditional title of the exhibition, “Accordance”, is a conjoining keyword whose subtitle of this year, “With/Without Snow”, embraces a longing for light reflected from snow. Snow forms a major part of the identity of the Estonian winter, compensating for the long and sunless winter time and, if absent, causes feelings of longing and is the subject of endless conversations. Glass artists have moulded the stories of this year, with or without snow, in the glass and intermingled with the permanent exposition of Haus Gallery.loe lähemalt
Aleksandr Igonin (1939–2013) worked with different genres, ranging from landscape paintings and still-lives to portraits and nudes, all of which feature rich and deep use of paints as well as a direct and sincere approach. Dedication to art continues to live in the creative legacy of Aleksandr Igonin and in the signature of his hundreds of disciples.loe lähemalt
TOOMAS VINT. CONCEPTUAL LANDSCAPE
16.01 - 16.03.2016
A series of exhibitions dedicated to the classics of Estonian modern art will be open throughout 2016 at the Keila-Joa castle. The exhibitions are curated by one of Estonia’s best known and experienced galleries, Haus, renowned as a builder of the tradition of art auctions in this country. Haus Gallery has been in business for nearly 20 years, representing major Estonian artists and organising regular art exhibitions at the gallery’s premises along Uus Street, in Tallinn’s Old Town, and elsewhere.