17.12.2023 - 02.04.2024 / The Art Gallery of the Narva Museum

Event overview

The Narva Museum, in collaboration with the artists of the Westervalli Association, proudly presents the exhibition 'Perspective on the Moon,' dedicated to the work of the outstanding Narva artist Luule Dmitrieva (1948–2023).

Luule Dmitrieva was a vibrant and distinctive figure in the world of Estonian art. Her work, often inspired by symbols of the Stone Age, resonated with people's hearts and minds. Luule's works can be found today in museums and private collections in Estonia, Sweden, Russia, and the United Kingdom. She was not only a talented artist but also a teacher who taught visual arts to young people in Narva and Ivangorod for over 30 years.

The exhibition 'Perspective on the Moon' features contemporary works by the Westervalli artistic association. These works include paintings, graphics, applied art, designs, and photographs from Narva. The exhibited works reflect a unique 'lunar' perspective through which artists see the world, revealing the beauty of everyday objects and the elusive moments of our existence.

We invite everyone to visit the exhibition and immerse themselves in the world of art, where the ordinary becomes extraordinary, and moments become eternal. 'Perspective on the Moon' is not only a tribute to the talent of Luule Dmitrieva but also an opportunity to see the world through the eyes of Narva artists.

The exhibition is open for visitors from December 17th to March 17th, 2024, at the Art Gallery of the Narva Museum.

The exhibition features works by artists: Shamil Aliev, Zhanet Gova (Zhanna Golubtsova), Luule Dmitrieva, Vadim Erokhin, Natalia Kapaeva, Kristina Kenyukh, Irina Kivimyae, Yevgeny Kos, Kuzya Zverev (Vladislav Kuznetsov), Ekaterina Kuznetsova, Elena Kuznetsova, Gennady Kurlyankov, Vera Lantsova, Svea Lind, Olga Loginova, Anne Pyartel, Anatoly Romanov, Elena Sabinina, Irina Sopina, Olga Tyurina, Irina Yugolaynen

Curator: Kuzya Zverev (Vladislav Kuznetsov)

Contact for additional information about the exhibition:

Anne Raud, anne.raud@narvamuuseum.ee