On the 8th February 2016, the exhibition of Estonian illustrators “A walk on the path of fairy tale together with Charles Perrault” opened in the Central Children’s Library of A. P. Gaidar in Moscow, Russia
The curator of the exhibition, Viive Noor, took part in the opening. Noor also delivered a lecture during the seminar entitled “Illustration in nowadays children`s book” about Estonian illustration on the 9th February in Moscow.
According to Noor the exhibition is particularly special for Estonian artists because of the rare opportunity to illustrate classic fairy tale books. She underlines that the works being exhibited are made specifically for this exhibition and they have not been published anywhere else before.
The Exhibition of Estonian Illustrators in Moscow is open until the 29th of February. After that, it will move to the Art Gallery of Krasnoarmeysk and to other locations in Russia.
The following artists participate: Regina Lukk-Toompere, Viive Noor, Urmas Viik, Katrin Ehrlich, Kertu Sillaste, Ulla Saar, Gerda Märtens, Kristi Kangilaski, Priit Rea, Kadri Ilves, Vera Staniševskaja, Kadi Kurema, Ülle Meister, Ede Peebo, Giulia Landonio, Made Balbat, Lembe Keskpaik, Liisi Lukk, Eve Mahhov and Mirjam Silm.
The exhibition is supported by the Estonian Embassy in Moscow, by the Estonian Children`s Literature Centre and the Estonian Graphic Designers’ Association.
Further information: Viive Noor, Curator of the Exhibition, The Estonian Children`s Literature Centre, (+372) 55 579 930, email@example.com