Mari-Leen Kiipli-s presonal exhibition "no path goes through Asparaag"


On Thursday, 24 October at 5 p.m. Mari-Leen Kiipli’s personal exhibition “no path goes through Asparaag” will be opened in the monumental gallery of the Tartu Art House.
The artist explain her installative exhibition: “I looked around stunned. Dust balls and lint were sticking to my skin, I tried to wipe them off. Looking outside, I was passing through different environments like courtyard, birthday, plastic greenhouse, the impact of grass, argument of the gardeners, moisture rose, leaning stalks, all year long summerhouse, a piece from somewhere else, the body is inevitable.”
Mari-Leen Kiipli (b 1988) has studied photography at the Tartu Art College and at the Estonian Academy of Arts. She was one of the founding members of the artist-run space Rundum for which she was awarded the Adamson-Eric Scholarship and the annual award of the Cultural Endowment of Estonia. In 2018, she and Kristi Kongi had a joint exhibition “Secret Whistle in the Forest” in the Kogo Gallery, Tartu.
The exhibition is open until 10 November.
Additional information:
Tanel Asmer
Producer at Tartu Art House
Tel: +372 5562 1192
E-mail: produtsent [at]
Tartu Art House
Vanemuise 26
51014 Tartu 
Wed–Mon 12.00–18.00
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