Taavi Talve’s solo exhibition “Documented Points of View”
From Saturday, November 21 Taavi Talve’s solo exhibition “Documented Points of View” can be visited in the monumental gallery of the Tartu Art House.   The exhibition focuses on various points of view that frame landscapes, travelogues from different eras and journal entries. These are all observations that stem from a subjective author position. The narrative is presented as entries in the first person that join different eras, events and people into one story. “Documented Points of View” is a film about imagination that takes place when a description or a remembered photo starts off a chain of connections that in turn erase the border between actual experiences and imagination. It is as if “you had seen everything with your own eyes”.  
Kaido Ole & Benjamin Badock
The duo exhibition of Benjamin Badock and Kaido Ole, “A Sparrow in the Hand” will be open at the Art Hall Gallery from 19 November. Amplifying common stereotypes, the works of the two artists depict life in an idyllic ideal world. The curator of the exhibition is Siim Preiman.   The exhibition will open on Wednesday, 18 November at 5 pm and will remain open until 10 January.   The accelerating segregation among people in Estonia creates an increasingly fertile ground for the emergence of envy and a sense of exclusion as well as delusions. Besides all this, there are innumerable superficial and insignificant reasons for envy. Envy does not necessarily depend on income, and so the title of the exhibition is borrowed from the proverb, “A sparrow in the hand is better than a pigeon on the wing,“ which, in short, means that we should be content with the little that truly belongs to us, rather than desire the unattainable.  
Erika Tammpere’s solo exhibition “Even Blind Understand”
From Saturday, November 21 Erika Tammpere’s solo exhibition “Even Blind Understand” can be visited in the small gallery of the Tartu Art House.   Mainly large-format works are exhibited: five tapestries and five textile installations. The works have mostly been made by the artist herself in the 2000s. However, the place of honour belongs to “Tailwind” that was created forty years ago and was presented for the first time during the Tallinn Regatta of the Moscow Olympics and was then on display in the Sports Museum in Tartu.  
Exhibition “Returns”
From Friday, 20 November the large gallery of the Tartu Art House will host the group exhibition “Returns” with the artists Damien Beyrouthy (France/Lebanon), Dénes Farkas (Estonia/Hungary), Anna Guilló (France/Catalonia) and Pascal Navarro (France) participating. The exhibition is curated by Sara Bédard-Goulet (University of Tartu) and Peeter Talvistu (Tartu Artists’ Union).   For this exhibition, the artists were invited to reflect on the idea of reception and to question it through their respective practice, including drawing (Navarro & Guilló), sound installation (Farkas) and media art (Beyrouthy). “Returns” looks at the idea of a reciprocal gaze between the artworks and the people who experience them since both sides are equally affected by the encounter. It also considers the active role of people reacting to the works, commenting on them and eventually even leading to new productions, as it is the case here.  
Kätrin Beljaevi isikunäitus „Pidu katku ajal“
From Saturday 14 November, the Vault of A-gallery hosts the solo exhibition of Kätrin Beljajev which invites visitors to look closely at the ways we use energy during the times of vast societal change.   Epidemies have always plagued human society. When the previous one is forgotten, the next one knocks on the door. The land is then bedecked with an atmosphere of fear. Institutions are operating as they consider most useful for the society and people must follow with duty, disperse, keep distance and stay under.  
solo show
On Tuesday, November 10 at 5 PM we open the solo show "AL₂SI₂O₅(OH)₄" by Juss Heinsalu and workshop-exhibition “Ceramic Dimension” by Lauri Kilusk, Martin Melioranski and Urmas Puhkan at EKA Gallery. Exhibitions will remain open until November 28. The entrance to the opening is from Kotzebue street. Please wear a mask!     Al₂Si₂O₅(OH)₄ Juss Heinsalu  
Elo Liiv's solo exhibition “Useful (AB)use”
Sculptor and installation artist Elo Liiv will be opening her first personal exhibition in Tartu on Tuesday, November 3rd. “Useful (AB)use” is a collection of artworks that discuss serious and painful subjects of living in the form of visual short stories as installations. The exhibition showcases both new as well as remixed older works.  
International printmaking exhibition “Prints expanding into space”
ARS Project Space 5.11.20-28.11-20   Printed matter endlessly repeats the image we find in its matrix.   The human psyche tends to amplify the mechanisms which spread certain knowledge necessary to certain people.   The ideologies move the masses; it is easy to generate biases and hysteria as demonstrated in this contemporary age. In a world distracted by a pandemic fear, we need extra space, both around us and inside us.   The prints in this exhibition have expanded out of a mere two-dimensional image. The exhibition enables artists to explore space and the different aspects of spatial perception - the density and tenuous, the public, personal and physical, the real and the illusional.
“His Dreams were Nothing Remarkable” Art Allmägi ft. Keiu Virro
Exhibition “His Dreams were Nothing Remarkable” by Art Allmägi and Keiu Virro will be open in Hobusepea gallery since Wednesday, November 4th, 2020. Exhibition will be open until November 23rd, 2020.   Early this year, Art Allmägi made an inventory of his artwork. Different exhibitions have included numerous sculptures and installations which have no extra function, unlike the artwork produced for public space. Among them are the sculptures exhibied in his personal exhibition “I Had a Dream Last Night” in Hobusepea gallery in 2012. Actually, these scupltures should have been stayed in a storage. Not because of damage by mice nor the battered beds but because of the controversial content of the dreams that Art has described beside the sculptures.  
Keiu Maasik and Madis Kurss “100 Ghz to Midnight“
TASE’19 and EAA (Estonian Academy of Arts) Young Artist’s Award winner Keiu Maasik and Madis Kurss in Draakon Gallery!     Co-exhibition by Keiu Maasik and Madis Kurss 100 Ghz to Midnight will be open in Draakon gallery from Wednesday, November 4th, 2020. Exhibition will be open until November 21st, 2020. The authors of current exhibition 100 GHz to Midnight study the simulation of post-apocalyptic world through contemporary computer games. In standard online shooting games the player contests in a team against other teams. During the past ten years, first-person shooting games have increasingly gained popularity - in these gaming platforms, everyone stands for himself and the playground is much more expanded.