The exhibition consists of a selection of still lifes and genre paintings from the angleof a Renaissance man; from the era when art carried the morale and ethics prevalent in society and the message of a better man, but also aspiration toward the new and intriguing. The man of those times searched inspiration from the past, from antique mythology, returned to the values and truths of the days gone by to link them with his time. The persons behind Art Priori in their turn have looked for inspiration in art and architecture of those times. Experience of the past that reaches the modern days is ofeternal value; man has carried it carefully over generations as the best asset possible.
The exhibition is a parallel to the exhibition “Art Rules” organized by Art-Life Project in Tallinn Town Hall where original paintings from private collections by the most famous Flemish and German artists like Peter Paul Rubens, Lucas Cranach, Albrecht Dürer, Jan and Pieter Brueghel and many others are displayed. In Art Priorithe works of the distinguished contemporaries of those authors are exhibited.
More detailed information regarding the era and art is available at www.artrules.ee