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Border City: Tallinn-Lisbon

Exhibition  /  16 Feb 2012  -  23 Mar 2012
Published: 18.06.2012
Instituto Camões
Management:
Harry Liivrand
Paula Crespo. Piece: Contentor II, 2011. Photo by Tanel Veenre. Paula Crespo
Piece: Contentor II, 2011
Photo by Tanel Veenre
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Intro
(...) Salt is the material that motivated and pervades the exhibition. Through salt, as the mineral that symbolises the commercial ties between the two cities during the Hanseatic period, and the keywords of “arrival” and “departure”, this project conceptualises the phenomenon of two historical border cities (...)

Artist list

Katrin Amos, Piret Hirv, Katarina Kotselainen, Tiina Käesel, Urve Küttner, Leonhard Lapin, Laurentsius, Kristiina Laurits, Eve Margus-Villems, Kadri Mälk, Maarja Niinemägi, Villu Plink, Jaanus Samma, Rait Siska / Risto Tali, Ketli Tiitsar, Tanel Veenre, Ana Albuquerque, Madalena Avellar, Miguel Branco, Sónia Brum, Miriam Castro, Rui Chafes, Paula Crespo, Catarina Dias, Cristina Filipe / C. B. Aragão, Hugo Madureira, João Martins, Teresa Milheiro, Marilia Maria Mira, Typhaine Le Monnier, Inês Nunes, Tereza Seabra.
The Instituto Camões and Tallinn Art Hall Foundation proudly presents an excellent dual exhibition of works by Estonian and Portuguese artists – titled “Border City: Tallinn – Lisbon” with the subtitles “Arrival” and “Departure”. Seventeen artists from each country are participating, the majority of which are jewellery artists.

Artists from Tallinn:
Katrin Amos, Piret Hirv, Katarina Kotselainen, Tiina Käesel, Urve Küttner, Leonhard Lapin, Laurentsius, Kristiina Laurits, Eve Margus-Villems, Kadri Mälk, Maarja Niinemägi, Villu Plink, Jaanus Samma, Rait Siska / Risto Tali, Ketli Tiitsar, Tanel Veenre.

Artists from Lisbon:
Ana Albuquerque, Madalena Avellar, Miguel Branco, Sónia Brum, Miriam Castro, Rui Chafes, Paula Crespo, Catarina Dias, Cristina Filipe / C. B. Aragão, Hugo Madureira, João Martins, Teresa Milheiro, Marilia Maria Mira, Typhaine Le Monnier, Inês Nunes, Tereza Seabra.
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