Plans for the E! 2014 have gone back to the drawing board as Tallinn Creative Hub has cancelled all productions till end of 2014.
The new triennial venue in the historic heart of Tallinn offers an intriguing contrast between the environment from the 14th century and contemporary youth art. It also requires a partial change of the curatorial concept – the exposition will be one large exhibition where the exhibitions of different countries partially blend and the works of young artists from different countries start a dialogue. The triennial takes place in two medieval buildings: in the former St. Catherine’s church and in the typical medieval merchant house Hopner House (diele, dörnse and yard). Read more