Opening of Anne Parmasto painting exhibition SWEET DREAMS AT OLD ANATOMICAL THEATRE on Wednesday, September 19 at 17:00. The exhibition remains open until 11 November 2018.
The University of Tartu Centre for Arts Gallery, Uppsala 10, Tartu.
Anne Parmasto was born on December 13, 1952 in Tartu. Since 1999 he has been an Associate Professor of Painting at the University of Tartu. Parmasto is a member of the Tartu Artists’ Association (2002), the Rabnitztaler Artists' Group (Austria 2000), the Estonian Painters ' Association (1995) and the Estonian Artists' Union (1993).
in 1981, she graduated ERKI (known today as Estonian Academy of Arts), specialising in painting and theatre arts. In 2002, she received the Ado Vabbe Prize from the Tartu Artists’ Association and from the City of Tartu, in 1994 the "Estonian Lake" Grand Prix and the Special Prize of the Estonian Artists' Union.
Since 1984, she has participated in over 40 personal exhibitions in Austria, Estonia, Germany and the USA; and almost in 300 group exhibitions in Estonia, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg, Lithuania, Italy, South Korea, Sweden, Germany (including the Köln Art Fair), Finland, Turkey, USA, Belarus and Russia.
Once a known Professor in Natural Sciences, Hans Trass, asked me: "What do you want to say with your works?". It happened at the reception of the university's anniversary as we were standing in front of the remains of a big cake. I took the knife and made a big circle in this scenic chaos and separated a small sector and said: "What I can say about my work is just that big." He stood astonished for a moment, then I saw a flash of recognition in his eyes. No words were needed.
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