Finally, the first normal post in a long time! Starting from September, my life has slightly changed – I am a student again. I study Japanese language and culture. I guess it’s not going to come as a surprise that there will be a lot more posts about Japanese artists in this blog. However, my main goal remains to be writing about the events in Tallinn.

In September, I visited several exhibitions dedicated to the 5th International Drawing Triennial. Unfortunately, I missed the application date and couldn’t participate. I too would like to participate in an exhibition of such a format. Hopefully, I will not miss the opportunity next time. Unfortunately, I did not have time to visit all exhibitions on the 5th International Drawing Triennial – I only visited 3 of them. First of all, I went to the Vabaduse Gallery. There were exhibited works of the Japanese artist Tomoyuki Sakuta. I noticed that they were rather similar to the style of Eduard Wiiralt, Estonian graphics artist.
There were only three paintings in the gallery, but I spent a lot of time looking at them.

And for comparison: Eduard Wiiralt “Hell”.