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Collection highlights

Tiit Pääsuke

Birthday: 22.12.1941
Birthplace: Põltsamaa, Estonia
Education: 1962–1963 and 1966–71 Estonian State Art Institute
1957–1962 Tartu Art School
Solo Exhibitions: 2006 Paintings. Gallery of Jõhvi Art School, Estonia
Paintings. Art Gallery of Hiiumaa, Estonia
2004 3 in Riga. Gallery Bastejs, Riga, Latvia
Figura. Gallery G, Tallinn, Estonia
Paintings. Y-gallery, Tartu, Estonia
2002 Paintings. City Gallery, Pärnu, Estonia
2000 Paintings only. Art Museum of Estonia
1999 Paintings. Pastorate of Põltsamaa, Estonia
Paintings. Gallery of the Bank of Estonia, Tallinn, Estonia
1998 Shades and Lights. Kastellaani House Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
Paintings. The Estonian Embassy in Riga, Latvia
1997 Shades and Lights. Kärdla Art Gallery, Estonia
1995 Paintings. Art House of Viljandi, Estonia
Lines and Stripes. Art Hall Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
1991 Paintings. Tartu Art Museum, Estonia
1984 Paintings. (with Ando Keskküla), Novosibirsk, Russia
1983 Paintings. Oulu Art Museum, Finland
Paintings. TM Galleria, Helsinki, Finland
Paintings. Theatre Ugala, Viljandi, Estonia
Paintings. Tartu House of Artists, Estonia
Paintings. Art Museum of Estonia
1976 Paintings. Võru Museum, Võru, Estonia
1973 Thirteen Paintings. Art Hall Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
Selected group exhibitions: 2006 Annual exhibition of the Estonian Painters’ Union, Vaal Gallery, Tallinn
2004 Blended VIII Estonian House, Stockholm, Sweden
2002 Pääsuke and his Friends. Albu, Estonia
2001 Biennial of Painting, Väsby Art Hall, Sweden
Estonian Paintings on XX Century. Paris, France
2000 Déjàvu. Tallinn Art Hall, Estonia
Space and Form. Painted Furniture. Tallinn Art Hall, Estonia
Tenth Spring Exhibition. Viljandi Art Hall, Estonia
1999 Estonian Art from the Collection of Kaleva Newspaper. Amos Anderson Art Museum, Helsinki, Finland
1995 Blended I. Museum of Foreign Art, Riga, Latvia
Organisations: Estonian Artists’ Association
Estonian Painters’ Union
Uisge Beatha Club (UBC)
Awards: 2000 annual prize of the Cultural Endowment of Estonia
1999 The Order of the White Star rank IV by the Republic of Estonia
1997 the main prize of the annual painting exhibition by Saku Brewery, Estonia
1995 sponsor prize of Saku Brewery, Estonia
1992 Konrad Mägi Art Award, Estonia
1981 Kristjan Raud Art Award, Estonia
1978 prize of the Vilnius Painting Triennial
1976 Kristjan Raud Art Award, Estonia
Works in collections: Art Museum of Estonia, Tartu Art Museum, Tallinn Art Hall, Tallinn City; Viinistu Art Museum, State Chancellery of the Estonian Republic, Estonian Bank, Saku Brewery art collection, ES Sadolin, Kaleva Newspaper (Finland), Ludwig Foundation (Aachen, Germany), private collections in Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Sweden, Germany and USA.


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