Monthly Red Diary

Katrina Kolg’s exhibition “Red Diary of the Moon Chamber” is an opening chapter into the essence of the neo-feminist painting “menstrala”, ie some of the works in the exhibition are painted with menstrual blood. The exhibition will open on Thursday, August 29 at 5 p.m.

Central to the exhibition is the commonality and the protagonist is the woman and those around her. “I am interested in everyday life, privacy, openness, dreams, experiences, tenderness, sexuality, as well as shame,” says the artist.

Katrina Kolk is an Estonian painter, born in 1991 in Põlva. Kolk graduated from the Painting and Painting Restoration Department of Tartu Art College (Pallas) with a degree in design and a master’s degree in contemporary art and painting from the Estonian Academy of Arts. In addition  , he has studied at the University of Castilla-La Mancha in Spain and the University of Porto, Portugal.

Katrina Kolk has participated in several exhibitions and projects both in Estonia and abroad, including international projects such as Upfest, Mextonia and the Rural Urban Art Festival. Katrina’s work is special, exploratory and experimental, color-centric, installative, abstract and figurative. As an artist, he has also been active in both contemporary art and street art. As an artist, she is interested in history, the passage of time, color, gender roles, the nature of feminine aspects and their hybrid connection with culture.

The gallery of Tampere House is open every day from 9 am to 6 pm. Free entrance!