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Silent

17.07.2020—27.09.2020

The exhibition “Silent”, that takes place on the first two floors of the Tartu Art Museum, explores suppression and existential and political ideas. Jevgeni Zolotko’s spatial and video installation focuses on one act of falling silent and its traces in memories and objects. The work is accompanied by paintings, prints and photos from the years 1934 to 1940 that display suppression.

Curators: Jevgeni Zolotko and Eero Epner
Artist: Jevgeni Zolotko
Performers in films: Rea Lest and Tiina Mälberg
Cinematography and sound recording: Dénes Farkas
Editing: Rihhard Krüüner
Interviewer and narrator: Tanel Rander
Translation: Anti Saar (Estonian) and Peeter Talvistu (English)
Portrait of the Silent: Evelin Zolotko
Photographer: Gabriela Urm
Graphic design: Martin Pedanik
The exhibition has been assisted by: Richard Adang, Nele Ambos, Tanel Asmer, Indrek Grigor, Joanna Hoffmann, Mare Joonsalu, Margus Joonsalu, Arseny Karimov, Annegret Kriisa, Jaanika Kuznetsova, Kristlyn Liier, Katrin Lõoke, Kadri Mägi, Julia Polujanenkova, Anti Saar, Kristel Sibul, Kristo Tamm, Ago Teedema and Urmo Teekivi
Thanks: Art Museum of Estonia (Eda Tuulberg, Darja Jefimova, Elnara Taidre and Kersti Kuldna), Tamara Luuk, Estonian Artists’ Association and Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia
Supporter: The Cultural Endowment of Estonia