Exhibition "Alice, Neeme and Jass" at Kunsthalle Helsinki

The work of Alice Kask, Neeme Külm and Jass Kaselaan highlights a space-oriented trend in Estonian contemporary art, which is challenged by the powerful interior architecture of the 1920s Kunsthalle.

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The work of Alice Kask, Neeme Külm and Jass Kaselaan highlights a space-oriented trend in Estonian contemporary art, which here is challenged by the powerful interior architecture of the 1920s Kunsthalle. Powerful and yet sensitive – one painter and two sculptors, while Neeme is also a space-aware exhibition designer and Jass a monumentalist who is not afraid of large spaces – all three are disarmingly professional. The only thing viewers need to do is see the works to activate thoughts and emotions. Their greatest charm is their unique straightforward simplicity, which needs no translation or explanation.

The exhibition is made possible in collaboration with EV100, Kunsthalle Helsinki, Estonian Embassy in Finland and Tuglas Seura-Estonian House.

Organizer

Tallinna Kunstihoone

Keywords:
Art