Angela Maasalu exhibition
Angela Maasalu will open her personal exhibition "Cave for Forgotten Dreams" in Hobusepea gallery at 6pm on Wednesay, November 6, 2019.   Things are  changing; things are starting to   spin, snap, fly off into    the blue sleeve of the long     afternoon. Oh and ooh come whistling out of the perished mouth   of the grass, as things turns soft, boil back  into substance and hue. As everything,   forgetting its own enchantment, whispers:    I too love oblivion why not it is full     of second chances. Now, hiss the bright curls of the leaves. Now!  booms the muscle of the wind.   Mary Oliver "Twelve Monos", 1979  
Karel Koplimets and Maido Juss
Karel Koplimets and Maido Juss will open their co-exhibition Flat Circle in Draakon gallery at 6pm on Monday, November 4, 2019. With their video installation of the same title, the artists explore the issues spreading out from the overabundance of information in today's media, human consciousness and beliefs.  
Anglers. Silvia Jõgever and Kadi Estland
The project space on the 4th floor of Kumu is a mobile extension of the permanent display of Soviet Estonian art. One of its intents is to create a dialogue between artists from different generations. On this occasion, the exhibition in the project space focusses on the oeuvre of the Tartu art teacher and artist Silvia Jõgever (1924–2005) created in the 1960s and 1970s.
The exhibition A-tishoo, A-tishoo, We All Fall Down by CCA
We welcome you to the opening of the exhibition on November 1 at 7pm.   The exhibition A-tishoo, A-tishoo, We All Fall Down deals with dread and hopelessness. It reflects a self-destructive situation where the man-made world is turning on us in an increasingly forceful way. With the participating artists of the exhibition, a journey is created, guided by uncertainty about what lies ahead.   For the first time, the Estonian Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA) is curating collectively to bring together different experiences and ways of thinking, to save resources and reduce overproduction. The exhibition includes the artists Ivana Bašić, Pakui Hardware, Anu Juurak, Jussi Kivi, Raul Keller, Johanna Maria Parv, Hanna Samoson, Emilija Škarnulytė, Peeter Ulas, Brit Pavelson and Sissela Jensen, Aaloe-Ader-Flo-Künnap-Soosalu. Events accompanying the exhibition are created by Mare Tralla and the Üle Prahi group.
Kristina Norman
"Lighter Than Woman“ is a poetical-documentary performance about overcoming the gravity of life in direct and indirect meaning. Norman observes Italy's only female astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti as a person who has overcome gravity literally by becoming weightless in outer space. In parallel Norman looks at Ukrainian migrant labourers who live in Italy and who have become caregivers for Italian elders and who carry their burden of final years and experience the heaviness literally by lifting them. Nevertheless, these women don’t crumble under the weight of others' lives. On the contrary, they – even without outer space – can overcome gravity. How it is possible and what role work plays in the happiness of human life are the questions examined in Norman’s piece, where documental research, poetical parallels and gravity defying gaze to the difficulties of human life are combined.  
Mari-Leen Kiipli's personal 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.”
Merike Estna opens her solo show
October 26th 2019 to January 26th 2020. Moderna Museet Malmö Opening of the exhibition is on October 25th.  
Tyler Tekatch
Artist talk with the award-winning Canadian artist Tyler Tekatch will take place October 23rd at 6PM in ARS Art Factory, Pärnu mnt 154, Tallinn. The event is held in room 310.     Tyler Tekatch is hosted in Tallinn by the Estonian Artists’ Association as part of the Hamilton Arts Council European Artist Exchange. Tekatch’s work explores the nature of dreams, perception and the scientific and religious imagination.     Tyler Tekatch began producing and exhibiting 16mm films in the context of Canadian avant-garde cinema. He has extended his practice to include collage, photography, digital cinema and interactive installation. Throughout, his work has been inspired by the desire to explore the mysterious, hidden and uncanny dimensions contained within everyday rituals.    
Jane Remm
Starting from 25 October, the exhibition “Views on a Landscape” by Jane Remm will be open at Tallinn City Gallery. The artist, focusing on the depiction of Estonian forests and, more broadly, landscapes, will present her new works that depict the shadow zones or peripheries of the familiar beautiful landscape. The exhibition is curated by Siim Preiman. The exhibition will open on Thursday, 24 October at 6pm and it will remain open until 15 December.   Jane Remm is interested in the presentation of landscapes in culture and how they have been designed over the years. In the exhibition “Views on a Landscape”, Remm continues contemplating the relations between humankind and the landscape, this time stepping off the roadside and deeper into the woods. The exhibited works could be divided in two – those that depict the meeting points of different artificial and natural landscape components, the tree stumps as legacy trees that had come to their natural end.
Johanna Mudist
"Time Traveller" by Johanna Mudist
23.10.2019 to 09.11.2019
On Wednesday, 23 October at 17:30 a new exhibition of oil paintings and miniature drawings Time Traveller by Johanna Mudist will open in the cellar rooms of Galerii Noorus.   The visitor will be involved in a short time travel and will get an overview of topics that the artist has been working in recent years.   The display includes pieces, which are a part of the master thesis project that the artist defended in 2017, discussing time, place and body. The paintings are characterised by large format and infinite perspective. Colours used by the artist mediate the deformation and blending of perceptions, which she has experienced on a long hike. Time Traveller can also be associated with the main topic of the artist's first personal exhibition Waiters (2018)  - the portrayal of waiting as a temporal experience.