On 2 July, the first day of Tallinn Biennial, a tragi-comic project by two young Latvian artists, Ieva Kraule-Kūna and Elīna Vītola, titled “Artist Crisis Centre” will open at the ARS Art Factory Project Space in Tallinn, Estonia. The centre offers a refuge for neglected, unsuccessful artworks that need care and attention.
The artist’s crisis centre will provide all creative souls afflicted by the cruel hand of fate or those not blessed with talent. The centre has a shelter for artists and a soup kitchen, and sufferers will be immersed in a calm atmos...
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