The Exhibition “Secret Lives” in Tel Aviv

Written by Helena Koch on . Posted in News, News of Centre

On Tuesday, 28th November 2017, the exhibition “Secret Lives” will open in the Shenkar College of Engineering and Design in Tel Aviv, Israel. 

The exhibition “Secret Lives” can be considered a group exhibition, but it feels more like a number of small solo exhibitions shown under a common name. The participating artists Regina Lukk-Toompere, Viive Noor, Kadi Kurema, and Urmas Viik are all among the most renowned illustrators in Estonia and they are also internationally known names. In addition to that all four illustrators are involved in many other areas of art (painting, printmaking and photography, creating objects and miniature plastic art, and book design). Both Lukk-Toompere, Noor, Kurema, as well as Viik, have a clearly distinctive handwriting and their own little secret world – very fairy-tale like and very personal, into which the given works on display allow a brief glimpse.

The exhibition will be shown until December 17th. It is organised by the Estonian Children’s Literature Centre, Embassy of Estonia in Tel Aviv, and by the Foreign Ministry of Estonia.