Dénes Kalev Farkas (1974), graduated from the Estonian Academy of Arts in printmaking (2001, BA) and photography (2003, MA). He is one of our important photography and installation artists who has exhibited since 1998 in numerous solo and group shows. He represented Estonia at the 55th Venice Biennale (2013, curator Adam Budak).
Tõnis Saadoja (1980) graduated with a BA in painting from the Estonian Academy of Arts (2004, BA) and a Master of Fine Arts from East London University (2006). He is an important artist of one of the oldest forms of visual art – painting – in modern-day Estonia and has revitalised the practice of large scale painting in public spaces (NO99 Theatre ceiling painting 2012), and has been awarded the Konrad Mägi prize (2015), the Kristjan Raud medal and award (2013) and the Köler Prize people’s choice award (2011).
Jevgeni Zolotko (1983) graduated from the sculpture department of Tartu Art College (2008, BA). He is a sculptor and installation artist, the first Köler Prize winner (2011) and one of seven artists who represented Estonia at the first Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art RIBOCA (2018). He keeps alive the depth and breadth of the Slavic spirit on our art scene.