19.08.1950

Teenistuskäik

Töökohad ja ametid
01.01.2016–31.08.2018   
Tallinna Ülikool, Balti filmi, meedia, kunstide ja kommunikatsiooni instituut, Professor (0,50)
01.09.2015–31.08.2018   
Tallinna Ülikool, Loodus- ja terviseteaduste instituut, Vabade kunstide Professor (0,50)
2008–2015   
Tallinna Ülikool, Kunstide Instituut, Vabade kunstide professor (1,00)
2002–2008   
Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, Vabade kunstide teaduskond, Dotsent (1,00)
1995–2001   
Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, Vabade kunstide teaduskond, Lektor (1,00)
 
 
Haridustee
1970–1975   
ENSV Riiklik Kunstiinstituut
 
 
Loometöö
KÄIMASOLEVAD PRROJEKTID:

2015–… „Vana Naine“
2014–… „Kunst inimestele minu elus“


VALITUD ISIKUNÄITUSED:

09.2015–07.2016 Personaalnäitus. Eesti Suursaatkond Londonis
1997 Chaplini Kunstkeskus, Pärnu
1997 Galerii Sammas, Tallinn
1996 Hanna Gallery, Stockbrige, USA
1994 G galerii, Tallinn
1993 Catherine Négre Gallery, Pariis
1992 Galerii Luum, Tallinn
1991 Tallinna Kunstihoone galerii
1990 VAAL galerii, Tallinn
1990 Hannah Feldman Galerie, Bern, Sveits
1986 Eesti Riiklik Kuntimuuseum, Tallinn
1984 Galerii Draakon, Tallinn
1981 Kunstnikr Liit, Tallinna Kunstihoone
1980 Eesti Teaduste Akadeemia, Tallinn
1976 Kunstnikr Liit, Tallinna Kunstihoone galerii
1973 Tartu Ülikool

TÖID KOGUDES:
Tartu Kunstimuuseum
Eesti Kunstimuuseum, Tallinn
Tretjakovi Galerii, Moskva, Venemaa
Museum of Fine Arts, Bern, Sveits
Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA

TÖID ERAKOGUDES:
Rootsi kuninglik perekond, Stockhol
Dr. Herbert Schnapka, Bochum, Saksamaa
Angela Kreis-Muzzulini, Bern, Sveits
Naoko Kohno, Toky, Jaapan
Edita Giedrimene, Marburg, Saksamaa
Dr. Kari T- Eloranta, Tampere, Soome
Vladimir Tarassov, Vilnius, Leedu
Jacov Rutgaizer, New-York, USA
Boris Bernstein, CA, USA
Matti Milius, Tartu
Erkki-Sven Tüür, Tallinn
Tiit Telmet, Toronto, Kanada
Hélen Berdoy-Mayer, Toulouse, Prantsusmaa


LOOMINGU KÄSITLUSED:
Eesti kunsti ajalugu 6, II osa, 1940–1991. Kangilaski, Jaak (Toim); Helme, Eneken (Toim). Kodres, Krista (Peatoim). Tallinn: Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, 2016.
Tallinn in Technicolour. – AA Files, no 71, 2015, pp. 68–74.
Reconstructing Art and Architecture. Absorbing the Legacies of Constructivism in 1970s Soviet Estonia. Centropa. – A Journal of Central European Architecture and Related Arts, 2014, XIV (3), 282−297.
Boundary Disruptions. Late-Soviet Transform- ations in Art, Space and Subjectivity in Tallinn 1968–1979. Dissertationes Academiae Artium Estoniae, 15. Tallinn: Institute of Art History, Estonian Academy of Arts, 2014. 256 pp.
Flight into Tomorrow: Rethinking Artistic Practice in Estonia during the 1970s (Leonhard Lapin). – Art Margins, 2013, 2 (2), 137−162.
Fractured boundaries: The Representation of Homes in the Critical and Artistic Practices of the 1970s. – Home Cultures, vol. 9 (3), 2012, pp. 257–283.
Three Takes on the Environment. Redefinitions of the City on the Intersections of Design and Art in Tallinn in the 1970s. Ieva Astahovska (ed.) Recuperating the Invisible Past. Riga: Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art, 2012, pp. 86103.
Feedback Environment: Rethinking Art and Design Practices in Tallinn During the Early 1970s. – Kunstiteaduslikke uurimusi. Studies on Art and Architecture (Journal indexed in Arts & Humanities Citation Index and Current Contents), vol. 20 (1–2), 2011, pp. 26–50.

TEOSED REPRODUTSEERITUD TRÜKISES:
Estonian Approaches to Culture Theory. Approaches to Culture Theory Volume 4. Lang, Valter (Toim.); Kull, Kalevi (Toim.); Peil, Tiina (Toim.), 2014. Tartu: University of Tartu Press.
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Kvalifikatsioon

Teaduspreemiad ja tunnustused
2005, Sirje Runge, Eesti Kultuurkapitali Aastastipendium
2002, Sirje Runge, Eesti Kultuuriministri Stipendium
2001, Sirje Runge, Kristjan Raua Preemia
1996, Sirje Runge, Konrad Mäe Medal
1983, Sirje Runge, Aasta Parim Maal
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Career

Institution(s) and position(s)
01.01.2016–31.08.2018   
Tallinn University, Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School, Professor (0,50)
01.09.2015–31.08.2018   
Tallinn University, School of Natural Sciences and Health, Professor (0,50)
2008–2015   
Tallinn University, Institute of Fine Arts, Professor of fine arts (1,00)
2002–2008   
Estonian Academy of Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts, Associate Professor (1,00)
1995–2001   
Estonian Academy of Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts, Lecturer (1,00)
 
 
Education
1970–1975   
Estonian State Art Institute, industrial design
 
 
Creative work
ONGOING ART PROJECTS:

2015–… „Vana Naine“
2014–… „Art for people in my life“

SELECTED SOLO EXIBITIONS:

09.2015–07.2016 Exibition in the Estonian Embassy in London

2011 – Great Love, Kumu Art Museum,Tallinn,Estonia
2010 – US Gallery, Tallinn
2008 – Estonian Bank Gallery , exhibition Pieces
2004 – Raegalerii, exhibition Sir – 10 paintings, Estonia, Kuressaare
2003 – Tartu Art Museum, exhibition Sir, Estonia
– Museum of Estonian Architecture, exhibition Great Love
2001 –. Estonian Art Museum, Church Niguliste, exhibition Dance Macabre, Tallinn
2000 – Estonian Art Museum, exhibition Pure Choices, Estonia
1998 – Tallinn Art Hall, exhibition Silence, Estonia
1997 – Chaplin Centre, Pärnu, Estonia
1997 – Sammas Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
1996 – Vaal Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
1995 – Hanna Gallery, Stockbridge, USA
1994 – G Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
1993 – Catherine Négre Gallery, Paris, France
1992 – Luum Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
1991 – The Tallinn Art Hall Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
1990 – Vaal Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
1990 – Hannah Feldman Galerie, Bern, Switzerland
1986 – The State Art Museum of Estonia
1984 – Dragon Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
1981 – Artists’ Association, Tallinn Art Hall Gallery (Salong), Estonia
1980 – Estonian Academy of Science, Tallinn, Estonia
1976 – Artists’ Association, Tallinn Art Hall Gallery (Salong), Estonia
1973 – Tartu State University, Estonia

SELECTED MUSEUM COLLECTIONS:
– Tartu Art Museum, Tartu, Estonia
– The Estonian Art Museum, Tallinn
– The Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia
– Museum of Fine Arts, Bern, Switzerland
– Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA

SELECTED PRIVATE COLLECTIONS:
– Royal Family of Sweden, Stockholm
– Dr. Herbert Schnapka, Bochum, Germany
– Angela Kreis-Muzzulini, Bern, Switzerland
– Naoko Kohno, Tokyo, Japan
– Edita Giedrimene, Marburg, Germany
– Dr. Kari T. Eloranta, Tampere, Finland
– Vladimir Tarasov, Vilnius, Lithuania
– Jacov Rutgaizer, New York, USA
– Boris Bernstein, CA, USA
– Matti Milius, Tartu, Estonia
– Erkki-Sven Tüür, Tallinn, Estonia
– Tiit Telmet, Toronto, Canada
– Hélčn Berdoy-Mayer, Toulouse, France
– Leena Majander, Helsinki, Finland Norton and Nancy Dodge Collection, USA

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY:
1984 – Yevgeny Klimov, From “Geometry” to Landscape, Tallinn, Kunst 64/2
1986 – Evi Pihlak, Luminous Space, Sirp ja Vasar no 19
– Eha Komissarov, Sirje Runge (catalogue)
– Tallinner Malerei der Gegenwart, Kieler Stadtmuseum, Warlebeger Hof (catalogue)
1987 – Rauma ’87, Biennale Balticum, Rauma, Finland (catalogue)
1988 – Tamperen Nykytaiteen Museo , Ars Estonica ’88, Franckellin Kirjapaino Oy (catalogue)
1990 – Zarte Kraft und Starke. Der Bund, Bern, 29.03.1990
1992 – Boriss Bernstein, First There Was Light, Sirp, 03.01.1992
1994 – Boriss Bernstein, article Sirje Runge – post festum, Sirp, 16.12.1994
1995 – ENE VIII ,(Estonian Encyclopedia,vol.VIII), pages 244-245
– From Gulag to Glasnost, Nonconformist Art from the Soviet Union, The Norton and Nancy Dodge Collection, The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers. Thames and Hudson, New York, 1995
– Harku 1975–1995. The Tallinn Art Hall (catalogue)
1996 – Leonhard Lapin, The Mystery of Light, Kultuurileht, 19.01.1996
– Personal Time. Art of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania 1945–1996. The Zacheta Gallery, Warsaw, (catalogue)
1996 – Tallinn-Moscow / Moscow-Tallinn 1956–1985. The Tallinn Art Hall, Tallinn (catalogue)
1997 – In the name of life, with love... , Sirje Runge’s Paintings(catalogue)
1998 – Windows and Wiews. An Exhibition of Estonian Art, The Borschette Centre, Brussels (catalogue)
1998 – Sir. Silence. Tallinn. (Catalogue)
1998 – Ebe Nõmberg, Glass Pearl Game in the Moon River (catalogue)
1999 – Sirje Helme, Jaak Kangilaski, “Short History of Estonian Art”, Kunst.
2000 – Room 312A (catalogue)
2011 – Zwischen westlicher Moderne ubd Sowjetiscer Avantgarde: Inoffizielle Kunst in Estland, 1969-1978. Gebr. Mann Velag, Berlin.

Qualifications

Honours & awards
2005, Sirje Runge, Scolarship of the Estonian Cultural Endowment
2002, Sirje Runge, Scolarship of the Estonian Minister of Culture
2001, Sirje Runge, The Price of Kristjan Raud
1996, Sirje Runge, The Price of Konrad Mägi
1983, Sirje Runge, Best Painting of the Year
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