Vabaduse Gallery was founded by the artists' association in 2007 primarily with older professional artists in mind because the association membership includes a large number of more mature artists, whose professional standard and creative vitality is high and whose high-quality exhibitions require an exhibition space dedicated to them. The gallery’s priority is to show non-profit exhibitions of contemporary Estonian art and solo projects by professional Estonian artists. Member’s birthdays and anniversaries are taken into consideration in the selection process. The main aim of the gallery is to value, exhibit and promote serious art that bears the values of quality.
The exhibition programme at Vabaduse Gallery is compiled on the basis of projects submitted to an open call. The open call for exhibition projects is announced in March, the deadline is always the first week in May and decisions are made public by the end of June, at the latest. From 2013 the curator at Vabaduse Gallery has been Reet Varblane. The exhibition programme is approved by the artist’s association council.
For more information visit the gallery homepage.
The gallery is rent-free for the artists.
Mon–Fri 11am–6pm, Sat 11am–5pm, closed on Sun and public holidays.
Curator Reet Varblane
6 Vabaduse väljak