04/12/2020 EXTENDED!                          TIME. HORIZON.HUMAN


Thursday, 10 December 2020, Staapli 3 Art Gallery opens group exhibition “Time.Horizon.Human”.

“Time.Horizon.Human” brings together three Estonian artists’ works under three different, but timeless topics. Jelena Galkina’s, Takinada’s and Santa Zukker’s artwork interpret the concepts of time, horizon and human separately as well as through one another and create a colourful and exciting kaleidoscope of visuals.

The exhibition “Time.Horizon.Human” is a contrasting but harmonic display of timeless topics that the authors have approached through their own individual art practices and techniques.

The exhibition is open from 10 December at Staapli 3 Art Gallery.

Exhibition duration 10 Dec 2020- 24 Jan 2021
Gallery is open Mon-Sun 10am-8pm (public holiday times may differ)
Additional information info@staapliart.ee 

Jelena Galkina is an experienced painter and designer, who lives in Tallinn. She has studied painting already as a child and in 2007 she graduated from the Estonian Academy of Arts Graphic Design department. Her paintings are emotional, rich in color and amazingly attentive in details.

Takinada is an Estonian illustrator and artist. She graduated from Estonian Academy of Arts in 2010. Since 2017, she is a member of Estonian Watercolor Society and International Watercolor Platform country coordinator of Estonia since 2020. During the last 5 years Takinada took part in numerous local and international group exhibitions (Korea, Sweden, US, Italy) and has had 3 solo exhibitions in Estonia. She made several book cover illustrations, illustrated A. Kivirähk children’s book “Tilda ja tolmuingel” and designed stage decorations and costumes for the “Tilda ja tolmuingel” ballet staged in Vanemuine Theatre. Takinada works were published in Beautiful Bizarre Magazine.

Santa Zukker is studying cultural studies at Tallinn University. She mostly uses acrylic paints in her paintings. She has exhibited her artwork at Staapli 3 Art Gallery, Eduar Vilde Museum /Castellan House Gallery (“Park sinu südames”, Estonian Painters Association exhibition), Nõmme Culture Centre, Nautica Centre (Crocodillo pizza). Santa also teaches art to children at galleries and libraries.

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