Exhibition “From Taska Workshop to the Present Day”
Mon-Fri at 10:00—18:00
Sat at 11:00—15:00
The exhibition takes place in the EKA library!
-> Estonian Academy of Arts
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The exhibition introduces the reconstruction and artistic development of the historical relief print technique. The starting point is the technique used in Eduard Taska's workshop in 1924, which is currently unknown but distinguished from the cliché and linoprint by its two-dimensional result and the absence of fine graphic lines.
The display provides an overview of the experiments aimed at reconstructing the printing process as authentically as possible and developing solutions for contemporary materials. The results can be seen as samples and prototypes on leather and leather-like materials.