Pallas in Estonian Homes


The exhibition Pallas in Estonian Homes introduces a selection of works by Pallas artists belonging to individuals; the works are accompanied by interesting personal stories. It is a side exhibition of Pallas 100. The Art School and Its Legend and takes place in two parts: the first from May to August and the second from August to October 2019. It is based on a public appeal by the Tartu Art Museum where we asked people to send us information about works by Pallasians that they own. Based on this information, we visited more than fifty homes and compiled two exhibitions to offer visitors a selection of exciting stories and works. Many of the works have either never been shown at exhibitions or have not been shown for decades.

We would like to thank everybody who agreed to share artworks belonging to them and the personal stories that go along with the works. 

Artists: Eduard Ahas, Jaan Grünberg, Nikolai Kull, Endel Kõks, Erich Leps, Erich Pehap, Richard Uutmaa, Ado Vabbe, Johannes Võerahansu, Eduard Wiiralt

Curators: Hanna-Liis Kont, Annegret Kriisa
Graphic design: Valter Jakovski
Supporter: Cultural Endowment of Estonia

Exhibition team: Richard Adang, Nele Ambos, Indrek Grigor, Hedi Jaansoo, Margus Joonsalu, Jaanika Kuznetsova, Kristlyn Liier, Julia Polujanenkova, Riin Lisett Rei, Anti Saar, Pamela Sume, Peeter Talvistu, Ago Teedema

Pallas in Estonian Homes 1st part

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