Edgar Tedresaar (1984) is a painter whose work focuses on the upcycling of materials. His large-scale abstract paintings are made from canvas scraps tinted with natural pigments. His most recent solo exhibitions were “Journey to Freedom” at Tartu Art House (2016) and “Museum Selection 2014: Edgar Tedresaar” at Tartu Art Museum (2014).
Sten Saarits (1987) is a sound and installation artist who is interested in the individual’s relationship with their surrounding objects and their position in the chain of events. His recent solo exhibitions include “Zero G Tonic” (with Kristel Saan) at Hobusepea Gallery (2018), “Stuff” at Hobusepea Gallery (2015) and “My Eyes Are Going Crazy, I Am Trying to See Something but There’s Nothing Here” (with Erika Stöckel) at Haapsalu City Gallery (2014).
The 2019 exhibition programme at Tallinn Art Hall directs special attention towards the possibility of being good and ecologically responsible in the circumstances of certain ruin. Five exhibitions congregate around this set of themes of which this one is the last. Previous exhibitions in the series were the group exhibition “The Art of Being Good” in the main hall of Tallinn Art Hall and solo exhibitions by Taavi Suisalu, Britta Benno and Jane Remm in the galleries. The curator of the series is Siim Preiman.