Design by Katre Arula, model Agnes Mäe, Photo by Liina Laurikainen 
The annual exhibition From the Roots of the Estonian Fashion Designers' Union will be open in Hobusepea gallery from Wednesday, July 1st 2020. Exhibition will be open until August 3rd.   At the present exhibition former clothing culture meets contemporary fashion design. Through  innovative working methods and modern solutions, fashion designers express respect towards their origin, beauty ideals of various generations as well as the phenomenon of continuity.  
Solo exhibition by Jaak Kikas
Solo exhibition by Jaak Kikas
03.07.2020 to 26.07.2020
On Friday, 3 July at 5 p.m. Jaak Kikas will open his personal exhibition of photo(de/re)constructions “Totems” in the small gallery of the Tartu Art House.  The artistic vision of Jaak Kikas is certainly influenced by his educational and occupational background as a physicist. Symmetries, reflections, experiments with the elements of physical reality are important keywords in physics. However, the exhibited photo manipulations give the viewers an opportunity for exercises in pareidolic thought games, enabling them to become co-authors of the works and to see in the images their own hopes, expectation and fears.
Exhibition "Artist Crisis Center"
02.07.2020 to 09.07.2020
Artist Crisis Center is open from 2 until 9 of July in the welcoming premises of ARS Project room to provide support for the creative types cheated by Fortune or beaten by the hooves of Pegasus.   Accompanied by a shelter for unwanted art and a soup kitchen, it is providing refuge and assistance for those in need, all while surrounded by a soothing atmosphere to ease agitated minds and restless souls. Soothing voices might lead visitors through the pleasantly beige interior of Artist Crisis Center and instruct in the use of the healing equipment as well as provide the guidance to artists experiencing troublesome times.   The difficulty of placing your uncomfortable body in the usually pompous setting of an art event has been eliminated by the convenient seating, while soft lighting hides the flaws of disgraced artists and embarrassing artwork as well as those found in the faces of viewers.  
Tallinn Biennial
Tallinn Biennial
02.07.2020 to 30.07.2020
Tallinn Biennial is a chance to witness and experience the freshest works of contemporary art from across the Nordic and Baltic region. The aim is to offer a more underground look into the creative scene, where the need to experiment and express prevails over the need to be right or perfect.   Welcoming all the undercurrents, that get shunned by the prim mainstream, this is where you find the views freed from the constraints of convention, the edgiest and most unpolished raw breath of real air. You get to witness the dialogue between the artist and the art itself, where being certain means failure. Biennial urges you to keep on asking, exploring and feeling by accepting the unpolished, strange and unexpected realities of life.  
Experimental underwater glass art exhibition at Rummu quarry
26.06.2020–10.09.2020   glass artists Maarja Mäemets, Rait Lõhmus   In collaboration with Barrakuuda Sukeldumisklubi and Rummu Adventurecenter, glass artists and freedivers Maarja Mäemets and Rait Lõhmus are for the first time opening an unique underwater glass art exhibition u n d e r  t h e  w a t e r  o n  t h e   m o o n  at Rummu quarry in Summer 2020. Rummu, with its clear waters and one of a kind environment, attracts both national and international audiences . One could compare the sunken prison ruins with an underwater museum that is simply asking for a more comprehensive exhibition. The artists believe that water will create a new context for their creation, challenge their installing and visualizing skills as well as expand immensely the whole art experience.       exhibition concept :
Kaido Ole näitus „Kõik koos“
Kaido Ole "All Togehter"
12.06.2020 to 16.08.2020
Temnikova & Kasela is pleased to invite you to Kaido Ole’s solo exhibition “All Together” comprising three new works and three monumental paintings previously shown at the artist’s solo show at the Latvian National Museum of Art in Riga in 2019. In the series, Ole finds himself in a museum dressed in overalls putting together an imaginary exhibition which brings together works by his Estonian colleagues, international contemporaries and modern classics. With help from various invented characters from his own oeuvre over the years, Ole performs the roles of an artist, curator, installer and museum director.  
Hilja Riet. Sketch for a postcard . 1930s. From the collection of the Museum of Viljandi. Publicity photo
From 12 June the exhibition “Silver Girls. Retouched History of Photography” can be visited in the Tartu Art Museum. The exhibition introduces a selection of works by ten early women photographers from Estonia and Latvia and places them in the company of three contemporary European artists who contemplate the lost and the neglected in our visual history.   Photography is commonly believed to document the world as it is. Similarly, archives and historical collections are believed to represent imagined universal truths. On closer inspection, however, it turns out that archives are collected and later investigated by historians with a particular goal in mind. In a similar manner, photos are always taken from a particular angle and are enhanced to please the author or the viewer.  
Spring exhibition 2020
On its twentieth year, the legendary annual exhibition of the Estonian Artists’ Association will open its doors at Tallinn Art Hall on 11 June, in addition to the already opened exhibitions at the City Gallery and Art Hall Gallery.   The largest exhibition in two decades will present works by 142 artists, who have been selected by a jury from more than 300 applications. The jury of the exhibition this year consisted of Elin Kard, Indrek Köster, Tiit Pruuli, Indrek Grigor, Tamara Luuk and Andra Orn. Visitors can purchase their favourite works from the exhibition and also vote for the recipient of the Audience Prize.  
Valeri Vinogradovi isiknäitus „Vinogradov ilma Dubossarskita“
Valeri Vinogradov's personal exhibition Vinogradov Without Dubossarski will be open in Draakon gallery since Tuesday, June 9th, 2020. The exhibition will be open until July 4th.   Painter Valeri Vinogradov (b. 1952 in Moscow) has studied in Moscow State Academic Art School 1905 and in former Estonian State Art Institute (now Estonian Academy of Arts). Vinogradov has participated in exhibitions since 1984 – besides holding numerous personal exhibitions, the artist has taken part in more than three hundred group exhibitions both in Estonia and abroad. Vinogradov's artwork has been acknowledged with Konrad Mägi Award (1992) and Kristan Raud Art Award (2010).  
Community exhibition “It’s Incredibly Cool to See All of You Here!”
On Friday, 5 June at 5 p.m. the community exhibition “It’s Incredibly Cool to See All of You Here!” will be opened in the small gallery of the Tartu Art House. The exhibition is compiled and designed by the artist and art writer Kaire Nurk.   The exhibition has formed through subjective sensibilities and according to Nurk she has seemingly been curating it for the last thirty years. The participants are authors whose oeuvre / exhibitions Nurk has been inspired by and has felt the need to delve deeper by writing about them. Since the meeting of the artists takes place in a real space that, by nature, is limiting, the number of participants has demanded another selection: these are mostly authors about whom Nurk has written more, with whom she has socialised more or with whom she has had collaborative projects. That is why the projects is called a community exhibition.