27.06.1969
katrin.kivimaa@artun.ee
senior researcher (0,5), Institute of Art History and Visual Culture, Estonian Academy of Arts

Career

Institutions and positions
01.01.2017–...   
Estonian Academy of Arts, Faculty of Art and Culture, Senior Researcher (0,50)
01.01.2013–31.12.2016   
Estonian Academy of Arts, Faculty of Art and Culture, Senior Researcher (0,25)
01.09.2010–31.08.2019   
Estonian Academy of Arts, Faculty of Art and Culture, Institute of Art History and Visual Culture, Professor (0,50)
01.09.2009–31.08.2010   
Estonian Academy of Arts, Faculty of Art and Culture, Institute of Art History and Visual Culture, Professor extraordinarius (0,50)
01.01.2009–31.12.2012   
Estonian Academy of Arts, Faculty of Art and Culture, Institute of Art History and Visual Culture, Senior Researcher (0,50)
01.09.2006–01.01.2009   
Estonian Academy of Arts, Faculty of Art and Culture, Institute of Art History and Visual Culture, Professor extraordinarius (1,00)
01.01.2005–31.12.2006   
temporary lecturer, teaching assistant, School of Fine Art, Art History and Cultural Studies, University of Leeds
01.03.2004–01.01.2005   
Estonian Academy of Arts, Extraordinary Associate Professor (1,00)
01.01.2000–31.12.2000   
temporary lecturer, University of Lincolnshire&Humberside
01.01.2000–31.12.2003   
teaching assistant, School of Fine Art, Art History and Cultural Studies, University of Leeds
01.01.1999–31.12.1999   
project co-ordinator, Interstanding 3 new media art festival, Tallinn
01.01.1999–31.12.2005   
temporary lecturer, Tallinn University (Tallinn Pedagogical University)
01.01.1996–31.12.2003   
temporary lecturer, Estonian Academy of Arts, Tallinn
01.01.1993–31.12.1997   
art editor, cultural weekly Sirp, Tallinn (1997 also deputy editor)
 
 
Education
2000–2004   
PhD in art history, School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies, University of Leeds
1997–1999   
MPhil in gender studies, Program on Gender and Culture, Central European University, Budapest/Open University, UK
1994–1995   
MA-level diploma in art history, Department of History and Philosophy of Art and Architecture, Central European University, Prague
1987–1993   
diploma cum laude in history and art history, Department of History of Faculty of Philosophy in Tartu University
 
 
R&D related managerial and administrative work
2009−...   
member of the editorial board of the Baltic Journal of Art History
2000−...   
member of the editorial board of Ariadne Lõng: Journal of Gender Studies
1997−...   
member of AICA (International Association of Art Critics)
1996−...   
member of the Estonian Society of Art Historians
1996−...   
member of the Estonian Artists' Union
2012−2013   
Member of the Board of Center for Contemporary Arts Estonia
2011−2011   
Symposium "Common Differences: Feminist Curating in Eastern Europe", Estonian Academy of Arts
2009−2009   
organisation of the international annual conference of Estonian Society of Art Historians
2009−2012   
Member of the Board of Estonian Academy of Arts
2009−2011   
Member of the Board of Tallinn Art Hall
2008−2009   
exhibition "Gender Check: Femininity and Masculinity in the Art of Eastern Europe" (MUMOK, Vienna, 2009-2010), researcher and member of the advisory board
2008−2009   
Expert for the National Student Research Competition
2007−2009   
member of the Fine and Applied Arts Council, Cultural Endowment of Estonia
2007−2012   
Head of the Institute of Art History, Estonian Academy of Arts
2000−2001   
member of the jury for the Annual State Awards for Culture
 
 
Creative work
2018 (Pire Sova).
2010 (Katrin Kivimaa; Kädi Talvoja).
2007 Art book "So Communication: Translating Each Other's Words" (co-authored with Clare Charnley), Estonian Academy of Arts, Beacon Press, 2007.
2007 Co-author in Clare Charnley's (UK) exhibition 'Gift of Tongues', Hobuspea Gallery, Tallinn, December 2007.
2002 Performance ‘Speech’ with Clare Charnley (UK), international live art festival Kananahk, Haapsalu, Estonia.
1999 (Hanno Soans).
 
 
Additional information
Presentation "Feminist festival Ladyfest in Estonia 2011.-2018", Institute of Art History and Visual Culture, Estonian Academy of Arts, Dec 2018;
'History and Women’s Work in Estonian Feminist Art', Yale Baltic-Scandinavian Studies Conference, Yale University, New Haven, March 2014;
'Working with Feminism: On Recent Curatorial Histories in Eastern Europe', symposium Good Girls: Memory, Desire, Power, Romanian Contemporary Art Centre, Bucharest, September 2013;
Guest lecture 'Writing the histories of feminist exhibitions and curating in East and Central Europe', Umea University, May 2013;
'Beyond belatedness and absences: On some examples of critical feminist art from a post-Soviet culture', seminar Reshuffling the Keywords: Discussions and Trajectories in Post-Socialist Art History, Institute of Art History, Estonian Academy of Arts, May 2012

'Writing the histories of feminist exhibitions and curating in East and Central Europe', research seminar, School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies, University of Leeds, May 2012

‘Rethinking Our Im/Possibilities: Feminism, Art, and Estonia’, symposium Common Differences: Issues for Feminist Curating in Post-Socialist Europe, Estonian Academy of Arts, Tallinn, Estonia, May 2011

‘A Lost Cause of the Working Heroines? History, Representation and Exhibitions’, symposium Gender Check: Narratives and Exhibition Practices, Museum of Modern Art, Vienna, Austria, November 2010 (invited speaker)

‘Post-Soviet Rethinking of Art History: The Case of Feminist Art Writing in Estonia’, conference The History of Art History in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun, Poland, September 2010

‘Serving National Culture? Ideologies of Estonian Art History in Post-Soviet Period’, Mind and Matter – Nordic Conference for Art Historians, University of Jyväskylä, Finland, September 2009

'How Does Feminism Speak East? Checking Politics of Gender in Eastern European Art', Christina Institute research seminar, University of Helsinki, October 2009

‘Twenty Years Later: Actually Existing Feminism and Art in Central and East Europe’, symposium Reading Gender: Art, Power and Politics of Representations in Eastern Europe, Museum of Modern Art, Vienna, Austria, November 2009 (invited speaker)

‘Between Practice and Theory’, international conference Art and Research: How?, Estonian Academy of Arts, 2008 (invited speaker)

‘Representations of Soviet and National Femininities in Estonian Socialist Realist Art’, Estonian Gender Studies Conference, Tartu University, Estonia, 2007

‘New Art History and Estonian Art Writing’, panel discussion at the Annual Conference of the Estonian Society of Art Historians, Tallinn, Estonia, May 2007

‘From the ‘West’ of the Soviet Union to the East of Europe: National Identities and Gender in Estonian Women’s Art of the Post-Soviet Period 1991-2000’, conference Women’s World 2005, Ewha Women’s University, Seoul, South Korea, June 2005
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Qualifications

 
 
Honours & awards
2018, Katrin Kivimaa,
2009, Katrin Kivimaa, Ervin Pütsep Annual Prize for the monograph in art history
2009, Katrin Kivimaa, Kone Foundation Fellowship at Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies, University of Helsinki
2005, Katrin Kivimaa,
 
 
Fields of research
ETIS CLASSIFICATION: 2. Culture and Society; 2.5. Aesthetics and Arts Research; SPECIFICATION: Modern and contemporary history of art; visual culture; social and feminist histories of art
ETIS CLASSIFICATION: 2. Culture and Society; 2.5. Aesthetics and Arts Research
ETIS CLASSIFICATION: 2. Culture and Society; 2.5. Aesthetics and Arts Research; CERCS CLASSIFICATION: H310 Art history
 
 

Publications

Category
Year
Publication
 
3.2.
2019
1.2.
2018
6.6.
2018
1.1.
2017
6.6.
2017
6.4.
2016
6.6.
2016
6.6.
2016
6.8.
2016
1.2.
2015
6.3.
2015
6.3.
2015
6.6.
2015
3.2.
2014
6.6.
2014
6.6.
2013
1.3.
2012
3.2.
2012
3.2.
2012
3.2.
2012
3.4.
2012
4.1.
2012
6.5.
2012
6.6.
2012
6.2.
2011
6.3.
2011
6.6.
2011
1.2.
2010
1.2.
2010
3.2.
2010
3.2.
2010
4.1.
2010
6.3.
2010
1.1.
2009
1.2.
2009
1.3.
2009
2.2.
2009
3.2.
2009
3.2.
2009
3.2.
2009
6.3.
2009
1.2.
2008
1.3.
2008
6.2.
2008
1.2.
2007
3.2.
2007
6.7.
2007
3.2.
2006
6.7.
2006
1.2.
2005
1.2.
2004
3.4.
2004
3.5.
2004
6.2.
2004
1.1.
2003
1.2.
2003
1.2.
2002
3.2.
2002
6.6.
2002
1.1.
2001
1.2.
2001
1.2.
2001
6.6.
2001
1.3.
2000
3.2.
2000
3.2.
2000
4.2.
2000
6.6.
2000
1.2.
1999
3.4.
1999
20.09.2019
27.06.1969
katrin.kivimaa@artun.ee
vanemteadur (0,5), Kunstiteaduse ja visuaalkultuuri instituut, Eesti Kunstiakadeemia

Teenistuskäik

Töökohad ja ametid
01.01.2017–...   
Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, Kunstikultuuri teaduskond, Vanemteadur (0,50)
01.01.2013–31.12.2016   
Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, Kunstikultuuri teaduskond, Vanemteadur (0,25)
01.09.2010–31.08.2019   
Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, Kunstikultuuri teaduskond, Kunstiteaduse ja visuaalkultuuri instituut, Professor (0,50)
01.09.2009–31.08.2010   
Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, Kunstikultuuri teaduskond, Kunstiteaduse ja visuaalkultuuri instituut, Erakorraline professor (0,50)
01.01.2009–31.12.2012   
Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, Kunstikultuuri teaduskond, Kunstiteaduse ja visuaalkultuuri instituut, Vanemteadur (0,50)
01.09.2006–01.01.2009   
Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, Kunstikultuuri teaduskond, Kunstiteaduse ja visuaalkultuuri instituut, Erakorraline professor (1,00)
01.01.2005–31.12.2006   
tunnitasuline lektor ja seminaride juhendaja, University of Leeds, UK
01.03.2004–01.01.2005   
Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, Erakorraline dotsent (1,00)
01.01.2000–31.12.2000   
tunnitasuline lektor, University of Lincolnshire&Humberside, UK
01.01.2000–31.12.2003   
seminaride juhendaja, University of Leeds, UK
01.01.1999–31.12.1999   
projektikoordinaator, Interstanding 3 meediakunsti festival, Tallinn
01.01.1999–31.12.2005   
tunnitasuline lektor, Tallinna Ülikool (Tallinna Pedagoogikaülikool)
01.01.1996–31.12.2003   
tunnitasuline lektor, Eesti Kunstiakadeemia
01.01.1993–31.12.1997   
kultuurileht Sirp, kunstitoimetaja (1997 ka tegevtoimetaja)
 
 
Haridustee
2000–2004   
filosoofiadoktor (PhD) kunstiajaloo alal, University of Leeds, UK
1997–1999   
filosoofiamagister (MPhil) soouuringute alal, Kesk-Euroopa Ülikool, Budapest/Open University, UK
1994–1995   
MA-tasemel diplom kunstiajaloos, Kesk-Euroopa Ülikool, Praha
1987–1993   
kunstiajalugu ja ajalugu, diplom cum laude, Tartu Ülikool
 
 
Teadusorganisatsiooniline ja -administratiivne tegevus
2009−...   
Baltic Journal of Art History toimetuskolleegiumi liige
2000−...   
ajakirja Ariadne Lõng toimetuskolleegiumi liige
1997−...   
rahvusvahelise kunstikriitika organisatsiooni AICA liige
1996−...   
Eesti Kunstiteadlaste ja Kuraatorite Ühingu liige
1996−...   
Eesti Kunstnike Liidu liige
2012−2013   
Kaasaegse Kunsti Eesti Keskuse nõukogu liige
2011−2011   
Sümpoosium "Common Differences: Feminist Curating in Eastern Europe", Eesti Kunstiakadeemia
2009−2009   
Kunstiteaduse instituudi ja Kunstiteadlaste Ühingu rahvusvahelise aastakonverentsi organiseerimine
2009−2012   
Eesti Kunstiakadeemia nõukogu liige
2009−2011   
SA Kunstihoone nõukogu liige
2008−2009   
näituse "Gender Check: Femininity and Masculinity in the Art of Eastern Europe" (Moodsa Kunsti Muuseum MUMOK, Viin, 2009-2010) uurija ja nõuandva kolleegiumi liige
2008−2009   
Üliõpilaste teadustööde riikliku konkursi hindamisekspert
2007−2009   
Eesti Kultuurikapitali kujutava ja rakenduskunsti sihtkapitali liige
2007−2012   
EKA Kunstiteaduse instituudi juhataja, kunstiteaduse BA- ja MA-taseme õppekavade juht
2000−2001   
Riigi kultuuripreemiate žürii liige
 
 
Loometöö
2018 Osalemine videoteosega KKEK videoteoste esitlusel "Hull armastus / KKEKi arhiivist valitud teosed", Eesti Kaasaegse Kunsti Muuseum (Pire Sova).
2010 Näituse "Nõukogude naine eesti kunstis" kureerimine KUMU kunstimuuseumis (kaaskuraator Kädi Talvoja) (Katrin Kivimaa; Kädi Talvoja).
2007 Kunstiraamat "So Communication: Translating Each Other's Words" (kaasautor Clare Charnley), Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, Beacon Press, 2007

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2007 Kaasautor Clare Charnley (UK) näitusel "Keelteand", Hobuspea galerii, Tallinn, detsember 2007.
2002 Performance ‘Speech’ koostöös Clare Charnley'ga (UK),rahvusvaheline tegevuskunstifestival Kananahk, Haapsalu.
1999 Videoteos linnakultuuri festivalil "Backdoor media" (kuraator Hanno Soans) (Hanno Soans).
 
 
Lisainfo
Ettekanne "Feministlik kultuurifestival jõuab Eestisse: Ladyfest 2011– 2018", Kunstiteaduse ja visuaalkultuuri instituut, EKA, detsember 2018;
'History and Women’s Work in Estonian Feminist Art', Yale Baltic-Scandinavian Studies konverents, Yale’i Ülikool, New Haven, märts 2014;
'Working with Feminism: On Recent Curatorial Histories in Eastern Europe', symposium Good
 Girls: Memory, Desire, Power, Romanian Contemporary Art Centre, Bucharest, september 2013;
Guest lecture 'Writing the histories of feminist exhibitions and curating in East and Central Europe', Umea University, May 2013;
'Beyond belatedness and absences: On some examples of critical feminist art from a post-Soviet culture', seminar Reshuffling the Keywords: Discussions and Trajectories in Post-Socialist Art History, Institute of Art History, Estonian Academy of Arts, May 2012

'Writing the histories of feminist exhibitions and curating in East and Central Europe', research seminar, School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies, University of Leeds, May 2012

‘Rethinking Our Im/Possibilities: Feminism, Art, and Estonia’, symposium Common Differences: Issues for Feminist Curating in Post-Socialist Europe, Estonian Academy of Arts, Tallinn, Estonia, May 2011

‘A Lost Cause of the Working Heroines? History, Representation and Exhibitions’, symposium Gender Check: Narratives and Exhibition Practices, Museum of Modern Art, Vienna, Austria, November 2010 (invited speaker)

‘Post-Soviet Rethinking of Art History: The Case of Feminist Art Writing in Estonia’, conference The History of Art History in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun, Poland, September 2010

‘Serving National Culture? Ideologies of Estonian Art History in Post-Soviet Period’, Mind and Matter – Nordic Conference for Art Historians, University of Jyväskylä, Finland, September 2009

'How Does Feminism Speak East? Checking Politics of Gender in Eastern European Art', Christina Institute research seminar, University of Helsinki, October 2009

‘Twenty Years Later: Actually Existing Feminism and Art in Central and East Europe’, symposium Reading Gender: Art, Power and Politics of Representations in Eastern Europe, Museum of Modern Art, Vienna, Austria, November 2009 (invited speaker)

"Between Practice and Theory", international conference Art and Research: How?, Estonian Academy of Arts, 2008 (invited speaker)

‘Representations of Soviet and National Femininities in Estonian Socialist Realist Art’, Estonian Gender Studies Conference, Tartu University, Estonia, 2007

“Uus kunstiajalugu” ja eesti kunstikirjutus (paneeldiskussioon), Eesti Kunstiteadlaste Ühingu aastakonverents, Kadrioru Kunstimuuseum, 2007

‘From the ‘West’ of the Soviet Union to the East of Europe: National Identities and Gender in Estonian Women’s Art of the Post-Soviet Period 1991-2000’, conference Women’s World 2005, Ewha Women’s University, Seoul, South Korea, June 2005;

Kvalifikatsioon

 
 
Teaduspreemiad ja tunnustused
2018, Katrin Kivimaa, 1-aastane loominguline stipendium, Kujutava ja rakenduskunsti sihtkapital, Eesti Kultuurkapital
2009, Katrin Kivimaa, Ervin Pütsepa aastapreemia kunstiteadusliku monograafia eest
2009, Katrin Kivimaa, Kone Fondi uurimisstipendium, Helsingin yliopiston tutkijakollegium
2005, Katrin Kivimaa, 1-aastane loomestipendium, kujutava ja rakenduskunsti sihtkapital, Eesti Kultuurkapital
 
 
Teadustöö põhisuunad
ETIS KLASSIFIKAATOR: 2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur; 2.5. Kunstiteadus; TÄPSUSTUS: Moodsa ja kaasaegse kunsti ajalugu; visuaalkultuur; sotsiaalne ja feministlik kunstiajalugu
ETIS KLASSIFIKAATOR: 2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur; 2.5. Kunstiteadus
ETIS KLASSIFIKAATOR: 2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur; 2.5. Kunstiteadus; CERCS KLASSIFIKAATOR: H310 Kunstiajalugu

Publikatsioonid

Klass
Aasta
Publikatsioon
 
3.2.
2019
1.2.
2018
6.6.
2018
1.1.
2017
6.6.
2017
6.4.
2016
6.6.
2016
6.6.
2016
6.8.
2016
1.2.
2015
6.3.
2015
6.3.
2015
6.6.
2015
3.2.
2014
6.6.
2014
6.6.
2013
1.3.
2012
3.2.
2012
3.2.
2012
3.2.
2012
3.4.
2012
4.1.
2012
6.5.
2012
6.6.
2012
6.2.
2011
6.3.
2011
6.6.
2011
1.2.
2010
1.2.
2010
3.2.
2010
3.2.
2010
4.1.
2010
6.3.
2010
1.1.
2009
1.2.
2009
1.3.
2009
2.2.
2009
3.2.
2009
3.2.
2009
3.2.
2009
6.3.
2009
1.2.
2008
1.3.
2008
6.2.
2008
1.2.
2007
3.2.
2007
6.7.
2007
3.2.
2006
6.7.
2006
1.2.
2005
1.2.
2004
3.4.
2004
3.5.
2004
6.2.
2004
1.1.
2003
1.2.
2003
1.2.
2002
3.2.
2002
6.6.
2002
1.1.
2001
1.2.
2001
1.2.
2001
6.6.
2001
1.3.
2000
3.2.
2000
3.2.
2000
4.2.
2000
6.6.
2000
1.2.
1999
3.4.
1999
20.09.2019
  • Found 7 results
ProgramTypeNumberNameProject startProject endPrincipal investigatorInstitutionFinancing
ETFETF7271"Writing Women:" Women in Estonian literary and cultural history 1880-192501.01.200731.12.2011Tiina Ann KirssUniversity of Tartu, Faculty of Philosophy32 774,40 EUR
EKRMEKRM05-62Eelretsenseeritava humanitaarteadusliku monograafiasarja Heuremata väljaandmine01.01.200531.12.2008Piret ViiresUniversity of Tartu; University of Tartu, Faculty of Philosophy31 489,26 EUR
EKKMEKKM09-114Eelretsenseeritava humanitaarteadusliku monograafiasarja ”Heuremata” väljaandmise jätkamine01.01.200931.12.2013Piret ViiresTallinn University, Institute of Estonian Language and Culture17 547,50 EUR
MUUEKA VHistory of Estonian Art, research on period 1900-194001.08.200831.12.2010Krista KodresEstonian Academy of Arts; Estonian Academy of Arts, Faculty of Art and Culture, Institute of Art History and Visual Culture4 672,00 EUR
IUTIUT32-1Readdressing practices and theories of experimentation in the 20th- and 21st-century Estonian visual and spatial culture01.01.201531.12.2020Mart KalmEstonian Academy of Arts, Faculty of Art and Culture, Institute of Art History and Visual Culture335 000,00 EUR
SFSF0160047s09Visualising the Nation. Institutional critique of the twentieth century art and architecture in Estonia. 01.01.200931.12.2014Mart KalmEstonian Academy of Arts406 764,60 EUR
ETFETF8875Gender question in Estonia: local situation and international influences01.01.201131.12.2014Eve AnnukEstonian Literary Museum48 000,00 EUR