Aili Sarv photo, 1947) Aili Vint photo, 2005

The story of my destiny   

When I was a child there was a seascape with gigantic wave, hanging on the wall by my bed. I remember how, at bed-time, instead of going to sleep, I roamed on crests of the waves and slid down to the trough. In that stormy sea I had my own place to crawl into when I felt sleepy, and so I often dozed off in the embrace of the silky wave.The picture by my bed was a copy of The Ninth Wave (1850), by Ivan Aivazovski. And today, three of my seascapes are hanging in one room side by side with Ivan Aivazovski’s works at the Marine Art Museum in Otchakow, Ukraine.

Can you imagine! Now sleep together our pictures!

So, when people ask me how long it took me to complete this or that painting, I am always tempted to answer: A long, long time – since childhood.



WORKS IN MUSEUMS    

Marine Art Museum in Ochakov, Ukraine.

Tretyakov’s Gallery, Moscow, Russia

Tartu Art Museum, Tartu, Estonia

Kumu Art Museum of Estonia, Tallinn

Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA



 

CV AILI VINT 

Was born in 1941 in a tiny town of Rakvere, Estonia, Europe.

1962-1967  Studied at Institute of Art, Tallinn, Estonia

1964-1970  Member of ANK’ 64

1967-present is married to painter and writer Toomas Vint

1970-present Freelance artist, a member of Estonian Artists' Association


 

SOME SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2016  CAPRICES, in Tartu Art House

2001 Gallery of Rakvere Museum, Estonia

2001 Haus Gallery,Tallinn

2001 Olion gallery, Tallinn

1999 Gallery of Estonian House, New York, USA

1995 Kastellaani Maja Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia

1995 Tallinn Art Hall, Tallinn, 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, Estonia



PEDAGOGICAL ACTIVITY 

1991 - 1996  Estonian Academy of Arts lecturer, a creativity mentor

1996 - 2002  Estonian Business School, creative know-how training for top leaders and businessmen  

1999 - 2006  Estonian Euro Management Institute,  creativity mentor   

Since 2012  TTÜ creative training for architects

CREATIVITY IS THE ONLY PERMANENTLY FAITHFUL CAPITAL

Creativity mentor Aili Vint: Whatever your profession, switch on your creative light and you will see a genius!

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On more creative trainingś video is here: Eesti kunst, Aili Vint /ERR/ 1998  Eesti kunst: Aili Vint 


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ILLUSTRATIONS FROM THE BOOKS  

Aili Vint THE SEA BOOK , published by Tulikiri, Tallinn 2011

.From the Aili Vints book LIKE SUN IN THE SKY,  published by Ilo, Tallinn 2000

 

SOME INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITIONS

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Aili Vint REFLECTIONS, 1993 Exhibited in Osaka Painting Trienale 1993. Acrylic the Light, reflected on the color, is glowing from behind. The tilted board is pure white.

1995 Osaka Sculpture Trienale, Japan

1994  Osaka Graphic Trienale , Japan 

1993 SUBSTANCE - UNSUBSTANCE The 1st annual exhibition of the Soros Foundation, Center for Contemporary Arts, Estonia. Tallinn, Estonia

1988, 1991 Miniprint Triennial, Chamalières 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

1972, 1997 Cracow Graphic Art Biennial, Poland

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

 

LATEST EXHIBITIONS

2018 -2019 Estonian Art 1918 - 2019, Tretjakov Gallery, Moscow “Border Poetics. Estonian Art 1918–2018” is an exhibition of the Art Museum of Estonia and the National Tretyakov Gallery, combining Estonian art of the last hundred years from the collections of the two museums.

The Atlantic Sea 1981 Oil on canvas 175 x 200 cm Tretjakov Gallery

On The Island of Tütarsaar 1985 Oil on canvas 115 x 145 cm Tretjakov Gallery,

XXX Baltic Regatta. Waiting for The Wind, Triptychon II, 1979 Oil on canvas 174 x 150 cm Tretjakov Gallery,

2018 Kris Lemsalu and Aili Vint at Bozar, Brussels @bozarbrussels until August 19, curated by Maria Arusoo, director of CCA, Estonia! ••• The exhibition is part of the project "Somewhere in Between. Contemporary Art Scenes in Europe" in Bozar. Brussels

2017   MONA The Museum of New Art, Pärnu, Estonia

2016 CAPRICES,  in Tartu Art House, Estonia

2016 Soviet Hippies are present at the exhibition: PEACE AND LOVE London

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Soviet Hippies are present at the exhibition: PEACE AND LOVE, 2016 Londonn — Soviet hippies: psychedelic underground of 1970s Estonia / Nõukogude hipi / YouTube)

Aili Vint Illustration from the book "Yellow in blue like the sun in the sky" 1979, gouache on paper,28 x 42 cm

Aili Vint Illustration from the book "Yellow in blue like the sun in the sky" 1979, gouache on paper,28 x 42 cm

SOME CATALOGS FROM EXHIBITIONS

2019 Catalog: “Border Poetics. Estonian Art 1918–2018” is an exhibition of the Art Museum of Estonia and the National Tretyakov Gallery,combining Estonian art of the last hundred years from the collections of the two museums.

2017 101 Eesti kunstiteost, raamat kirjastuselt Varrak

2014 AILI VINT. .TOOMAS VINT Artists footprint

2013  THE ARTISTS GROUP ANK' 64 Tallinn Art Hall, Estonia 

2012  CHA ROADS & TRACKS, Moscow International Art Salon, Russia

2010  POPKUNST FOREVER  Estonian Pop Art at the turn of the 1960s and 1970s, Kumu ART Museum

2013  THE DESIRE FOR FREEDOM ART IN EUROPE SINCE 1945, 30th Council of Europe exhibition. Deutsches Historisches Museum, Berlin; Palazzo Reale, Milan; Kumu Art Museum, Tallinn

SEA UNDER THE DARK SKY 1975 oil on canvas 92 x 115 cm Kumu Art Museum

SEA UNDER THE DARK SKY 1975 oil on canvas 92 x 115 cm Kumu Art Museum

 

 

Invitation to exhibition: ARTIST'S FOOTPRINT

2014-2015   Aili Vint's and Toomas Vint's  exhibition: ARTIST'S  FOOTPRINT, Tallinn Art Hall, Estonia

Together with Toomas Vint it was our intent to put the visitors, as they entered the Tallinn Art Hall, into the right frame of mind. For that we prepared a surprise for the people rushing in from the winter gloom. They could see The Sun rising in the display window, and upon entering, they were walking on grass and the scent of fresh-mow in hay tickled their noses.

Aili Vint: THE SUN SETS AND RISES FROM THE TALLINN ART HALL 2013-2014 Time-and-Space Specific Light Installations, 3000 x1400 x 900 cm

 

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