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2014 – 2015 PIND – Estonian art in Birmingham

PIND: ESTONIAN ART PROJECT AT CENTRALA GALLERY, DIGBETH

3rd July until 30th August 2015

PIND installation, day 3 (01.07.2015)
PIND installation, day 3 (01.07.2015)

PIND is an international art project, organised by the independent cultural producer Jaanika Okk and the Polish Expats Association. Three artists with the street art background from Tallinn, Estonia, Carl-Robert Kagge, Anton Koovit and Uku Sepsivarthave taken over Centrala Gallery inside and out transforming the gallery itself into a work of art depicting produce and items that are symbolic of Estonian life. The project focuses on site specific art and collaboration. The aim of the project is to create a platform for international relationship between artists from Tallinn and Birmingham, generating discussions and exchanging experiences as well as knowledge for mutual growth. PIND (surface or a space in Estonian) represents the space in Birmingham, which Estonian artists are occupying during two month period.

Artists presented their art works and current practices during artist talk and Anton Koovit led the calligraphy workshop. Both events took place on Saturday, 4th July

PIND project on Facebook
Press release on Grapevine Birmingham
Press release on Mazzy Snape blog
Article on FUSED
PIND launch on Polaroids and Polarbears
PIND launch on Englandevents

Fresh catalogues printed by PCL Digital (21.08.2015)
Fresh catalogues printed by PCL Digital (21.08.2015)

PIND catalogue was launched on 22nd August 2015.

Graphic Design: Carl-Robert Kagge (STUDIOLE60.COM)
Typefaces: Allan & Arvo by Anton Koovit
Printers: PCL Digital
Editor: Jaanika Okk
Proof Reader: Catherine White
Photos: Sian Elisabeth Photography, Richard Short, Carl-Robert Kagge, Anton Koovit, Uku Sepsivart, Dan Newo and Jaanika Okk

PIND catalogue launch on Facebook
Catalogue launch, 22nd August 2015 on New Art WM

PIND team:

Organisers: Polish Expats Association and Jaanika Okk
Artists: Carl-Robert Kagge, Anton Koovit and Uku Sepsivart
Graphic design and identity: Carl-Robert Kagge
PR manager: Mazzy Snape

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PIND team says thank you to:

Steve O’Flaherty (Bluechilli Design and Print)
Biddle & Webb Auctioneers and Valuers
Grace Williams and Luke Nagle
Dan Newso
Lucy McLauchlan
Harris Moore Canvases Ltd
Colliers International
Maria-Kristiina Soomre
Kristel Oitmaa
Rob Glover
Deep Emotions Collective

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