As part of the exhibition, City Gallery will host a seminar titled “Meanings of Landscape” on 24 November, which will explore various perspectives related to studies of landscape and nature. Speakers at the seminar include, among others: Kalevi Kull, Liina Unt, Kristjan Piirimäe and Piret Pungas-Kohv. More detailed information will be available shortly via the Art Hall website.
Jane Remm (1978) has studied art at Tartu Art College (1996–1999), University of Tartu, Department of Fine Art (BA 2003) and the Estonian Academy of Arts, Department of Interdisciplinary Arts (MA 2007), with additional studies in andragogy (MA 2012). She has had several solo exhibitions and has also taken part in numerous group exhibitions and projects in Estonia and abroad. Remm is a member of the Estonian Painters Association. Her works can be found in private collections and in the collection of the Tartu Art Museum.
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 these themes of which Jane Remm’s “Views on a Landscape” is the fourth. The preceding exhibition was the international group exhibition “The Art of Being Good,” held in the main hall of Tallinn Art Hall. The last exhibition in the series will be “Black Gold” by Sten Saarits and Edgar Tedresaar to be opened at City Gallery on 19 December. The curator of the series is Siim Preiman.
Thanks to: Estonian Cultural Endowment, Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Estonia, Estonian Artists Association, AkzoNobel, Aleksander Kuchmezov, Liina Remm, Maria Tamm.