Painter Alina Orav has received a baccalaureate (2013) and master’s degree (2017) from the Estonian Academy of Arts and has embarked on further studies in Florence, Vancouver, London, Amsterdam and Volda. She is a member of the Estonian Artists Association and Estonian Painters’ Association and in 2017, obtained the State Real Estate Ltd Science and Development Grant for creating (2014) and developing the polyview image. In 2018, the artist presented her invention at the International Federation for Theatre Research World Congress in Belgrade, in the area of stage design. The same year, her first multi-perspective animation was shown at Tallinn Art Week in the Cathedral for Technology. In addition to the numerous personal exhibitions in Estonia, the artist’s works have been exhibited in Helsinki, Stockholm, Riga, Moscow, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Great Britain, United States, Canada, Japan and Iceland. Orav’s works can also be found in private collections ranging from Estonia, Finland, Sweden and Germany to Italy, Great Britain, United States and Russia.
The exhibition is supported by the Cultural Endowment of Estonia.
The artist thanks Olga Lukina, Sandra Jõgeva, Kaur Kivirähk, Alexei Gordin, Juhan Soomets, Maksim Vinogradov, Jelena Armas, Triinu Soikmets, Tederdisain OÜ and Haus Gallery.