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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)

 

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Andreas Trossek (1-2/2011)

Andreas Trossek writes what he thinks of Mihkel Kleis’ solo exhibition Guts’n’Roses
 
Among contemporary Estonian artists, Mihkel Kleis has been perhaps most successful in combining the 20th century Western rock culture with the historical building blocks of 20th century Pop Art. Kleis is above all an artist-musician, although he graduated from an art university. In this context his recent exhibition of paintings, Guts’n Roses, is clearly the artist’s tour de force, especially as Hobusepea Gallery also hosted a performance of his musical project Edasi. Apparently it is still important to that we are talking about an artist who is not a ‘real’ painter, and an experimental musician who has still ‘merely’ graduated from a department of textile design.
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