March 2019 News

Kris Lemsalu ‘Biker, Bride, Builder, Businesswoman and Baby’, 2018, installation view at Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art. Commissioned by Goldsmiths CCA, and Tramway, Glasgow. Photo: Mark Blower


Kris Lemsalu in Glasgow


Kris Lemsalu’s solo exhibition ‘Biker, Bride, Builder, Businesswoman and Baby’ is open at Tramway art space in Glasgow. The exhibition is centered around Lemsalu’s 2018 installation of the same name which was on view at her solo exhibition ‘4LIFE’ in London. The exhibition in Glasgow has been produced in collaboration with the exhibition space in London, Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art and Tramway art space.


Open: March 2nd to April 14th, 2019

Address: Tramway art space, 25 Albert Drive, Glasgow




Krista Mölder, a piece from the series ‘MA / 間’, 2011. Courtesy of the artist and Temnikova & Kasela Gallery


Krista Mölder and Temnikova & Kasela Gallery in New York


Temnikova & Kasela Gallery will take part in the art fair The Armory Show in New York. The gallery will participate in the Presents section of galleries that have been operating for less than ten years and will show works by Olga Chernysheva (RU) and Krista Mölder.


The display of Temnikova & Kasela Gallery is on view on the Artsy website


Open: March 7th to 10th, 2019

Address: Piers 90, 92 & 94, 711 12th Avenue at 55th Street, New York.Temnikova & Kasela Gallery is in booth P24




Kristi Kongi ‘Mapping the jungle’, 2018, exhibition view at the Karen Huber gallery. Courtesy of the artist. Photo: Beka Peralta


Kristi Kongi in Austin


Kristi Kongi will take part in an international group exhibition ‘Lines Composed During a Tour’ in Austin, USA. The exhibition, organized by Co-Lab Projects, presents artists who deal with material, movement, patterns, colour and light. Kristi Kongi shows a selection of works from her recent solo exhibition ‘Mapping the jungle’ in Mexico. In addition to Kongi, there are works by American artists Sara Vanderbeek, Andy Coolquitt and Erin Curtis. Co-Lab Projects is an initiative that started in 2008 and the ‘Lines Composed During a Tour’ is the opening project of their new exhibition space at the Springdale General Center.


Open: March 9th to 30th, 2019

Address: Springdale General, 1023 Springdale Road, Suite 1B, Austin, Texas




Jaan Toomik ‘Waterfall’, 2005, video still. Courtesy of the artist and Temnikova & Kasela Gallery


Jaan Toomik in Ankara


Jaan Toomik’s 2005 video work ‘Waterfall’ has been included in the group exhibition ‘The I is always in the field of the Other’ at the Evliyagil Museum in Ankara. The exhibition, curated by Beral Madra, exhibits video pieces from the collection of one of Turkey’s best-known contemporary art collectors Agah Uğur. The exhibition invites the viewer to reflect on the works of female and male artists of different cultural background and geographical origin, and to place them in the contemporary social, political and economic context.


Open: March 9th to July 14th, 2019

Address: Evliyagil Museum, Turgut Özal Bulvarı, Şevket Evliyagil Sokak No: 1, Ankara




Kristina Norman ‘Festive Spaces’, 2016, video still. Courtesy of the artist


Kristina Norman in Budapest


Kristina Norman’s solo exhibition ‘Festive Spaces. Ideological art in time’ will open at the FUGA Budapest Center of Architecture. The center of the exhibition, curated by Jan Elantkowski, is Norman’s 2016 video piece ‘Festive Spaces’, in which the artist explores the meaning and function of ideological art in different historical contexts. The exhibition is part of the Estonian Week, a cultural festival held in Hungary.


Open: March 22nd to April 8th, 2019

Address: FUGA Budapest Center of Architecture, Petőfi Sándor utca 5, Budapest



Open in March:

Alice Kask, Neeme Külm, Jass Kaselaan and Holger Loodus in Joensuu

Marge Monko in Essen

Tanja Muravskaja in Stockholm

Baltic contemporary art exhibition in Helsinki (until March 24th)

Jaan Toomik in Moscow (until March 24th)