Nähtamatu monumentaalmaal = Invisible monumental painting / koostanud Reeli Kõiv.
Kõiv, Reeli (författare, redaktör/utgivare)
Taul, Gregor (författare)
Kaljo, Kai (författare)
Eesti Kunstiakadeemia. Muuseum (creator_code:his_t, utgivare)
- ISBN 9789949594931
- Publicerad: Tallinn : EKA muuseum, 2020
- Estniska 159 pages
- The exhibition introduces the fascinating collection of monumental painting designs from 1962-1995 stored in EKA Museum including design proposals for various works in all classical techniques of monumental painting: fresco, sgraffito, mosaic, and stained glass. In order to highlight the technical singularity of monumental painting, 12 completed works are displayed at the exhibition, including stained glasses and mosaics made as student works (and graduation projects) as well as two works removed from the former EKA building on Tartu Road before its demolition: a circus-themed fresco by Valentin Vaher and fragments from Urve Dzidzaria's remarkable sgraffito which covered the walls of the canteen. Screened at the exhibition will be a video by Kai Kaljo, introducing the fate and stories of destruction of monumental paintings through interviews with artists. The exhibition features 46 artists (and also a few anonymous authors) totalling 138 works. Most of the works at the exhibition come from the collection of the Museum of EKA, with added works from the private collections of the artists themselves. The oldest exhibit is a fragment of the fresco mural by Dolores Hoffmann removed from Rahu Cinema before its demolition (1962-1963); the most recent work displayed is a part of Ivika Luisk's graduation project in mosaic technique (1995). The exhibition is accompanied by a 160-page catalogue which provides an overview to the teaching of monumental painting at the EKA in 1962-1995 illustrated with documentary photographs and reproductions. It also sheds light on the fortunate occasions when students were able to realise their ideas in buildings. Worth mentioning here is Dolores Hoffmann's collaboration with Aate-Heli Õun, lecturer of interior architecture. The catalogue also includes the list of artists who graduated in the specialty of monumental painting, and their graduation works, and provides information on student works which cannot be brought to the exhibition hall. Monumental paintings finished as integral part of architecture are introduced through photographs. During our research we managed to identify 44 works of which only half are available today.
- Mural painting and decoration, Estonian -- 20th century -- Exhibitions. (LCSH)
- Mosaics -- Estonia -- History -- 20th century -- Exhibitions. (LCSH)
- Stained glass windows -- Estonia -- History -- 20th century -- Exhibitions. (LCSH)
- Church decoration and ornament -- Estonia -- History -- 20th century -- Exhibitions. (LCSH)
- Artists' preparatory studies -- Estonia -- Exhibitions. (LCSH)
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- Church decoration and ornament. (fast)
- Mosaics. (fast)
- Stained glass windows. (fast)
- Estonia. (fast)
- 1900-1999 (fast)
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- Eesti Kunstiakadeemia -- Art collections -- Exhibitions.
- Eesti Kunstiakadeemia
- N7255.E8 (LCC)
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