Aili Vindi CV

 AILI VINT

Born on April 25, 1941, Rakvere, Estonia

 

EDUCATION

1962 — 1967  State Art Institute of the  Estonian  SSR,  of graphic fine arts

 

MEMBERSHIPS

1992  Association of Estonian Paintures

1970  Estonian Artists Association

 

PEDAGOGICAL ACTIVITY

Since 1991 Estonian Academyof Arts, lecturer

Since 1996 Estonian BusinessSchool, Juhtimiskeskus, mentor of creativity

Since 1999  Estonian Euromanagement Institute, mentor of creativity

Since 2012  TTÜ Collage ,  mentor of creativity

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2001   Gallery of Rakvere Museum, Rakvere

2001   Haus Gallery,Tallinn

2001   Olion gallery, Tallinn

1999   Gallery of Theatre “Endla”, Pärnu

1999   Gallery of  Estonian House, New York, USA

1995   Kastellaanimaja Gallery,Tallinn, Estonia

1995  Tallinn Art Hall, Tallinn, Estonia

1994   Hotel “Strand”, Pärnu, Estonia

1990  Järvenpää Cultural Centre,Järvenpää,Finland

1990  Oulu Cultural Centre,Oulu,Finland

1988  The Art Museum of Estonia, Tallinn

1977, 1996  Gallery of the Tallinn Art Hall, Tallinn, Estonia

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS AND INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITIONS

2012 Me and the Other Art Hall in Tallinn

2011 Antagonisms   Art Hall  in Tallinn. Estonia

2010 POP Art Forever! Estonian Pop Art  in Art Museum Kumu

2002  The Baltics…. Museum of Rutgers University. New YerseyUSA

2001  Faulconer Galleri ofGrinneli College,Iowa,USA

2000  Estonian Painting at the End of Millennium. Art Hall,Tallinn

2000  Deja Vue  Art Hall,Tallinn

2000  Space and Form, Art Hall,Tallinn

2000 Tallinn–Moscow1956 — 1985. Joint exhibition of Estonian and

Russian unofficial art.TallinnArt Hall, Gallery of theTallinnArt Hall, City Gallery,Tallinn,Estonia

1996  Art of 60ies. Reconstruction of the Phenomenon. The Art Museum of Estonia,Tallinn

1995  ANK ‘64. Retrospective exhibition of the group.Tallinn Art Hall,Tallinn, Estonia

1995  Osaka SculptureTriennial,Japan

1994  Osaka PrintTriennial,Japan

1993  Osaka PaintingTriennial,Japan

1993 Substance — Unsubstance. The 1st annual exhibition of the Soros

Center for Contemporary Arts, Estonia. Tallinn, Estonia

1988, 1991  Chamalières Miniprint Triennial, France

1987   Art of Soviet Estonia, Moscow

1987  Rostock Painting Triennial, Germany

1984  Space and Form, Art Hall,Tallinn

1983, 1986  Riga Miniprint Triennial, Latvia

1981, 1987  Lodz Miniprint Triennial, Poland

1977   Szecin,Poznan, Warssavi (with Toomas Vint) Poland

1975, 1984  Baltic Painting Triennial,Vilnius,Lithuania

1974, 1984  ANK ‘64.Tartu Artists’ House,Tartu, Estonia

1973  SAKU ‘73.Institute of Agriculture,Saku, Estonia

1972, 1997  Cracow Graphic Art Biennial, Poland

1971, 1980, 1983, 1989, 1995  Tallinn Print Triennial, Estonia

1970  (with Ellen Kolk and Ülo Õun) Gallery of the Tallinn Art Hall, Tallinn, Estonia

1964  ANK ‘64. Theatre “Estonia”,Tallinn, Estonia

 

PRIZES

1994  Konrad Mägi prize, Estonia

1994  Town ofPärnuprize, Estonia

1980   Prize of Vinni Collective Farm, Estonia

2002  Order of the White Star

2015   Kristian Raud Prize

 

WORKS IN COLLECTIONS

KUMU The Art Museum of Estonia, Tallinn

TartuArt Museum, Tartu, Estonia

Tretyakov’s Gallery, Moscow, Russia

Sadkov Museum of Marinists, Ochakov, Russia

Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA

 

Private collections in Estonia, Japan, Denmark, USA, Finland, Sweden, Russia, Canada, Iran, Israel

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Catalogues

Tallinn– Moskva 1956 — 1985. Exhibition at the Tallinn Art Hall

Tallinn Art Hall, 1996

From Gulag to Glasnost. Nonconformist Art from the Soviet Union.

The Norton and Nancy Dodge Collection,

The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers,

The State University of New Jersey (editors A. Rosenfeld and

N. T. Dodge). Thames and Hudson, (New York) 1995

The TenthTallinnPrint Triennial, Association of Estonian Printmakers, 1995

ANK ‘64. Tallinna Art Hall 1995

OsakaSculpture Triennial, 1995 (Osaka, Japan)

1993 Substance — Unsubstance. Soros Center for Contemporary Arts, in Estonia.

The 1st annual exhibition, Tallinn

Osaka Print Triennial, 1994 (Osaka, Japan)

Osaka Painting Triennial, 1993 (Osaka, Japan)

Eesti graafika 1882 — 1989. Estonian Prints. Kirjastus “Kunst”,Tallinn, 1992

Soosaar, M. Aili Vint. “Ateljee-etüüde 2”. Kirjastus “Kunst”,Tallinn, 1990

Golubye dorogi rodiny. From the series “All-Union Art Exhibitions”, “Sovetski

Khudozhnik”, 1982 (Moscow)

 

 

Books

Aili Vint The Sea Book  2011 Tulikiri

Aili Vint.  Like Sun in the Sky  “Ilo” 2000

Aili Vint Yellow in blue like Sun in the Sky “Kunst”   1979

 

FILMOGRAPHY

 

Pildi sisse minek.   Estonian Television, 1985

ETV Aili Vint  1989

Starship  Aili Vint   ETV  2007