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Press Materials 2019

October 19, 2019 - February 2, 2020, Järvenpää Art Museum 
The exhibition of works by Adamson-Eric, one of the most prominent Estonian art classics, is being held in cooperation between the Adamson-Eric Museum and the Järvenpää Art Museum and celebrates the centenary of the Art Museum of Estonia.

Curator: Kersti Koll

19.10.2019 - 02.02.2020, Järvenpää taidemuseo
Viron taiteen merkittävimpiin klassikoihin kuuluvan Adamson-Ericin tuotantoa esittelevä näyttely on valmistunut Adamson-Ericin museon ja Järvenpään taidemuseon yhteistyönä, ja se on osa Viron taidemuseon 100-vuotisjuhlaohjelmaa.

Kuraattori: Kersti Koll


August 16–December 1, 2019, Adamson-Eric Museum 
At the beginning of the 20th century, Eero Järnefelt (1863–1937) and Venny Soldan-Brofeldt (1863–1945), two classics from the Golden Age of Finnish art, worked in the well-known Finnish artist community at Lake Tuusula. In Järvenpää, on the picturesque shores of Lake Tuusula, a community of National Romantic artists developed in the 1890s, with the artists Eero Järnefelt, Venny Soldan-Brofeldt and Pekka Halonen, as well as the composer Jean Sibelius and the writer Juhani Aho at its core. The peak of Eero Järnefelt’s and Venny Soldan-Brofeldt’s creative period coincided with the time that the visual idiom of the Finnish identity and national ideal was taking shape. The works included in the exhibition – colourful landscapes, portraits of the artist’s community and compositions focused on everyday life – come from the rich collection of the Järvenpää Art Museum.

Curator: Hanna Nikander (Järvenpää Art Museum)


April 5–August 4, 2019, Adamson-Eric Museum 
The exhibition juxtaposes the fine art created by early 20th-century Estonian artists with art created for the theatrical stage. It shows how the new movements manifested themselves and how the artists’ paintings and theatrical art impacted each other.

Curator: Kerttu Männiste


 
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