While focusing on moments of mistake and misrecognition, Naeem Mohaiemen’s research into aspirations towards utopia during the Cold War era, manifested through decolonization, revolution, and independence.
Eve Kiiler was born 1960, in Tartu, Estonia.
She studied interior architecture and furniture design at Estonian State Art Institute, then Cultural Studies at Goldsmiths College, London University, and finally Doctoral studies at Aalto University School of Art, Design and Architecture in Helsinki.
Her solo and group exhibitions include Positiiv Gallery and Photography Museum, Tallinn; Tartu Art Museum, Estonia; Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia; Kilpkonna Gallery, Viljandi, Estonia; Architecture Centre FUGA, Budapest, Hungary; Institute of Contemporary Art Dunaujvaros, Hungary; Galerie in der Brotfabrik, Berlin; Arnolfini Centre for Contemporary Arts, Bristol, UK; Street Level Gallery, Glasgow, UK; Impressions Gallery York, Wolverhampton, UK, Kirkaldy Art Museum, Hull, UK; Krajanské Museum, Bratislava, Slovakia; Finnfoto Gallery, Helsinki, Finland; Tartu Art Museum; StadtGalerie Kiel, Germany; Berlinische Galerie / Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin; Museet for Fotokunst, Odense, Denmark; Roy Boyd Gallery, Chicago, USA; Musée de la Photographie, Charleroi, Belgium; Centre Culturel Jean Jaurés de Nevres, France; and the inaugural edition of RIBOCA / Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art.
She is based in Tallinn, Estonia.