Eike Eplik (b 1982) studied sculpture in 2002–2007 at the Tartu Art College and in 2007–2010 at the Estonian Academy of Arts. Since 2010 she has had various personal exhibitions in Tallinn and in Tartu. In 2012, she was awarded the young artist production award KUKU NUNNU by the contemporary art festival ART IST KUKU NU UT.
Imat Suumann (b 1964) studied in 1988–1995 in the Painting Department of the University of Tartu. Of his more than thirty personal exhibitions, most have taken place in Estonia and mainly in Tartu. Of these, one of the most important was his 2014 anniversary exhibition in the Tartu Art House, for which he was named author of the year by the Cultural Awards of Tartu. Among other forms of recognition, he has received the Ado Vabbe prize.
Peeter Talvistu (b 1983) studied art history at the University of Tartu. He previously held various positions at the Tartu Art Museum, but since 2017 he has been a curator and project manager at the Tartu Artists’ Union. Of his curatorial projects, his re-creation of the 1966 seminal Elmar Kits personal exhibition was named the cultural event of the year by the Cultural Awards of Tartu. His previous project at the Tallinn Art Hall took place in 2014.
The exhibition “In the Shadow of the Twilight” was created in co-operation between the Tallinn Art Hall and the Tartu Artists’ Union. The exhibition is accompanied by a brochure.