Playful Kumu Summer orienteering
A tour for visually impaired visitors
The history of Estonian art through three centuries will be introduced in the course of the tour. Visually impaired visitors are invited to touch a number of sculptures.
Please book in advance: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel. +372 602 6126
Cooperation offer of Tallink and Kumu to Club One clients: two Kumu tickets for the price of one. The offer is valid until 30 September 2010. Please show your Club One card at the Kumu ticket office.
Treasury. Classics of Estonian art from the beginning of the 18th century until the end of the Second World War.
Difficult Choices. Estonian art from the end of the Second World War until the restoration of independence.
Čiurlionis and His Time in Lithuanian Art
Major works by the Lithuanian artist M. K. Čiurlionis (1875–1911), one of the grand and characteristic representatives of the Art Nouveau era: a neo-romantic and unusual symbolist, whose paintings are closely related to musical pieces.
Until 8 August 2010. The Great Hall
The Soviet Woman in Estonian Art
When Soviet power was established in Estonia, a new type of woman began to be imposed – the Soviet woman. Released from gender limitations and made equal to men, she was to devote herself to work – the building of a new society.
Until 26 September 2010. 4th floor, B-wing
Painting in Process
The exhibition deals with some of the most interesting artists and ideas in contemporary painting, and offers an environment for experimental art.
Until 10 October 2010. Gallery of contemporary art, 5th floor
Tracing Neo-Impressionism: Mägi and Finch
Early Pointillist paintings by the Estonian Modernist Konrad Mägi (1878–1925), framed by works of the famous Neo-Impressionist artists Paul Signac, Alfred William Finch, Henri-Edmond Cross and others.
Until 12 September 2010. 3rd floor, B-wing
The Dialogue of Earth and Water. Sculptures of Eero Hiironen
Metal sculptures of the classic Finnish artist Eero Hiironen (b 1938), whose main themes are water, light and pure nature.
Until 5 September 2010. Kumu courtyard
Something to look forward to in autumn
John Constable. From the collections of the Victoria & Alberti Museum
A great event of the autumn season is the opening of the exhibition of England’s Romantic landscape painter John Constable (1776–1837). Paintings from the collections of the noted Victoria & AlbertMuseum provide unique insight into Constable’s work process and chart the artist’s historical and lasting influence, which remains strong to this day.
Re-opened Kumu shop
The Kumu shop has been re-opened and offers an exciting selection of items to visitors. The shop is open during museum hours.
Address ja information:
Kumu Art Museum
Weizenbergi 34 / Valge 1, 10127 Tallinn
Info: +372 602 6000, email@example.com
Guided tours: +372 602 6126, firstname.lastname@example.org
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