13th Baltic Triennial in Tallinn

The Baltic Triennial is the biggest regional festival for contemporary art, with artists from all over Europe. This year, for this first time since its creation in 1979, the Triennial will be organized in all Baltic countries as 3 different exhibitions will be displayed successively in Vilnius, Tallinn and Riga.

In Estonia, the exhibition will open on June 29th at the Tallinn Art Hall with an evening of performances, along with a special program of performative arts at Kanuti Gild. The French Institute supports the participation of two French artists to this exhibition : Paul Maheke (video artist)  and Pierre Molinier (painter, photograph, plastic artist).

Exhibition from June 29th to September 2nd at Tallinn Art Hall. More info

The 13th Baltic Triennial is supported by the French Institute and the French Institute of Estonia.

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