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"Huupi's treatment of colour reveals her source of inspiration in creating this series – the Mexican architect Luis Barragán (1902–1988), whose few completed buildings in Mexico are undoubtedly architectural gems. The design of his own home has been widely recognised and the building currently functions as the architect's house museum." – Mary-Ann Talvistu "Without light, there would be no colours" (KUNST.EE 4/2021)


Köler Prize 2011


Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia (CAME) launched a new contemporary art prize, Anders Härm answers the questions
On March 22, 2011 Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia announced the Köler Prize 2011 nominees: Dénes Farkas, Tõnis Saadoja, Timo Toots, Sigrid Viir and Jevgeni Zolotko. The nominees’ exhibition also opened CAME’s European Capital of Culture year’s season of exhibitions. The artists presented two works or a whole series of works at the exhibition from May 1 until June 5. The first was an older work, which had been previously publicly presented, and the second was a new one, made especially for this exhibition. The nominees chosen by the museum were five artists, who are permanently residing in Estonia or have Estonian citizenship, based on their works during the last three years. International jury selected a laureate from the nominees who received 5,000 euros (Jevgeni Zolotko). Smarten Logistics, a company based on Estonian capital, gave the award money. The audience also got a chance to pick a favourite from the exhibition (Tõnis Saadoja) who received 1,000 euros, given by Temnikova & Kasela Gallery. The awards were handed over at the gala on May 28.
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