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Collection highlights

Mari Roosvalt

Birthday: 30.06.1945
Birthplace: Tallinn, Estonia
Education: 1964–1969 Estonian State Art Institute, painting
Solo Exhibitions: 2000 Motive. Gallery Sammas, Tallinn, Estonia
2000 Paintings. Haus Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
2000 Mari Roosvalt’s paintings. Eesti Energia, Tallinn, Estonia
2000 Mari Roosvalt’s paintings. Visioon, Tallinn, Estonia
1999 Persona. Vaal Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
1998 Kastellaani House Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
1997 Jäljed. Raatuse Galerii, Tallinn, Estonia
1996 Raatuse Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
1996 Jump of a Pink Rabbit. Vaal Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
1995 (with Uno Roosvalt), Raahe Publishing house, Finland
1995 Art Hall Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
1994 Küü Gallery, Tartu, Estonia
1993 Gallery G, Tallinn, Estonia
1992 Endla Theatre, Pärnu, Estonia
1992 Vaal Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
1990 Draakoni Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
1987 Tamsalu Culture House, Tamsalu, Estonia
1979, 1985 Art Hall Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
Selected group exhibitions: 2000 Room 312 A. Hyvinkää Art Museum, Oulu Art Museum, Finland; Haapsalu City Gallery, Estonia
2000 Water in Colour, Colour in Water. Hansabank Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
2000 Estonian Painting at the Turn of the Century. Berlin; Art Hall Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
2000 Identity plays in the 20th Century. Tartu Art House, Tartu, Estonia
1999 M.O.O.D. Rotermann’s Salt Storage, Tallinn, Estonia
1999 Erotica. Tallinn Art Hall, Tallinn, Estonia
1998 Let’s Talk About Men. Rotermann’s Salt Storage, Tallinn, Estonia
1998 Estonian Art at the Turn of the Century. Espoo, Tapiola, Finland
1997 Baltic Triennial of , Riga, Latvia
1997 Painting and Graphic Arts from Estonia. Oberhausen, Germany
1997 Confrontations, Conventions. Tallinn Art Hall, Estonia
1996 Aktiv Leben. Düsseldorf, Germany
1996 Evald Okas and Daughters. Chaplin Art Centre, Pärnu, Estonia
1979 I Baltic Triennial of Young Artists, Vilnius Art Hall, Lithuania
Organisations: 1979 Estonian Artists’ Association, Estonian Painters´ Association
Awards: 2006 Konrad Mägi Award, Estonia
1996 Soros Center for Contemporary Art, scholarship
1997 Baltic Triennial, Riga, Latvia, diploma
Works in collections: Art Museum of Estonia, Tartu Art Museum, Tallinn Art Hall, collections of Mati Milius and Mart Lepp in Estonia; private collections in Finland, Sweden, Australia, Canada and France.


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