Difference between revisions of "Jaan Toomik"

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Born 1961. Estonian artist. Shot to fame with his meditative video ''Road to Sao Paulo'' at the 1994 Sao Paulo biennial. This was followed by invitations to several significant exhibitions. So far, his most acclaimed video is the frequently exhibited ''Father and Son'' (1998).
 
Born 1961. Estonian artist. Shot to fame with his meditative video ''Road to Sao Paulo'' at the 1994 Sao Paulo biennial. This was followed by invitations to several significant exhibitions. So far, his most acclaimed video is the frequently exhibited ''Father and Son'' (1998).
  
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* Raivo Kelomees, "Jaan Toomik - Beyond Classification", 1997, [http://web.archive.org/web/20000304225353/http://artun.ee/textid/toomikeng.html]
 
* Raivo Kelomees, "Jaan Toomik - Beyond Classification", 1997, [http://web.archive.org/web/20000304225353/http://artun.ee/textid/toomikeng.html]
  
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[[Estonia#Video_art]]
  
See also: [[Estonia#Video_art]]
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* [https://www.forgottenheritage.eu/artists/56/jaan-toomik Biography and selected works on Forgotten Heritage]
  
 
[[Category:Video|Toomik, Jaan]]
 
[[Category:Video|Toomik, Jaan]]

Latest revision as of 13:24, 18 May 2018

Born 1961. Estonian artist. Shot to fame with his meditative video Road to Sao Paulo at the 1994 Sao Paulo biennial. This was followed by invitations to several significant exhibitions. So far, his most acclaimed video is the frequently exhibited Father and Son (1998).

Literature
  • Raivo Kelomees, "Jaan Toomik - Beyond Classification", 1997, [1]
See also

Estonia#Video_art

Links