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Haus Gallery


TRIBAL FOXES

Only nine large-format works from Urmas Viik's new graphic art collection create a compellingly mystical atmosphere in Haus Galeri's velvet-black exhibition hall. The strange figures of the artist's self-mythological tribal foxes on a white paper surface intertwine animal and man, who meet on the common existential ground created by a primitive but subtle intellectual feeling - in a space where emotions of colors are dictated by the rhythms that arise in the viewer themselves, which are attractively provoked by the poses, glances and inner tensions of the tribal foxes.

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INTERIOR DESIGN AND EXHIBTION: TIMELESS AND HARMONIOUS
SWEDBANK, MAIN BUILDING, PRIVATE BANKING DEPARTMENT, 11TH FLOOR

Klick on the paintings and see them in interior.

The harmony of colors and their contrasts are the basis of artistic creation, like the line of notes in music. The color music of Estonian contemporary painting will be heard in the winter months at another exhibition in the private banking rooms of Swedbank's main building. As usual, this exhibition has also been completed in cooperation with the bank's long-time partner Haus Galeri.

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TIME GREETINGS

Tallinn and Tartu have still created opposing or comparable artistic communities. The history of art education is remarkably pro-Tartu, as the Pallas School of Art, founded in this city in 1919, has set the tone and impetus for the development of Estonian professional art education in general. Later, artistic life concentrated more in the capital, painting styles and artists' handwriting began to differ significantly. However, for some reason, Tartu is still marked when a great creator is from this city or lives and works there - while Tallinn has not been emphasized as much. Tartu is and will remain special with its intellectual spirituality to such an extent that it is as if dutifully accompanying artists and celebrating something important.