Kaire Nurk’s exhibition Kevademaa kollaažid / Spring Land Collages will be opened 4th of January 17.15 pm.
Spring Land Collages is a selection of thematic collages that center around buildings and characters from Oskar Luts’s Spring. It is a combination of two collage series. The former, (Post)modernistlik Palamuse / (Post)modern Palamuse (2013) introduces the characters from Arvo Kruusement’s movie Spring (1969). The latter, Sure, koer / Die, dog (2015) came to fruition simply because the author felt that street artist Edward von Lõngus‘s artwork Die, dog at Palamuse needed to be addressed.
The exhibition will be opened until 31st of March.
Kaire Nurk has studied history, painting and received her Master’s Degree in philosophy. She has also been a teacher in several facilities. Since 1992 Kaire Nurk has had almost 30 personal exhibitions. She has also curated and designed around 10 thematic exhibitions and written around 300 articles on art related topics.