“In the Shadow of Crumbling Silhouettes” offers the viewer a change to withdraw from the merciless speed of the modern life, take time out to think and experience an unusual introspection. The artist, who is interested in rituals, leads the visitor to her exhibition that is not emphatically solemn like a religious service, but mundanely discreet and charmingly direct, at the same time capturing our world and the various aspects of life in a very natural way, and showing us their hidden, sometimes contradictory harmony.
According to art historian Elnara Taidre, the exhibition of Anna Mari Liivrand comes across as a quiet space full of potential that does not impose itself, whereby the uncertainty of the outcome does not cause anxiety, but a bright anticipation of something intangible.
The exhibition at Tütar gallery will remain open until September 16 and is free to the public. The gallery is located in Noblessner harbor, Vesilennuki 24 and is open from Thursday to Sunday.
The exhibition is supported by the Cultural Endowment of Estonia.
The photo gallery is created by Roman-Sten Tõnissoo.