Anna-Stina Treumund: “M’s Wet Dream”

Press release via facebook by Tartu Art Museum Anna-Stina Treumund’s personal exhibition “M’s Wet Dream” December 9, 2017 – February 26, 2017 Tartu Art Museum The exhibition focuses on the female body, its natural functioning and limits that are set on it by the male-centric society. At the opening of…

Works by Anna-Stina Treumund at the Queer Feminist Window Gallery MWG

Excerpt from a press release by MWG shared on facebook Winnetou by Anna-Stina Treumund Anna-Stina Treumund June 22 – August 31, 2015 at MWG, (Måndagsklubben window gallery) Hauhontie 6 B 5a, 00550 Helsinki, Finland The Queer feminist window gallery MWG ‘proudly presents the photograph exhibition of visual artist Anna-Stina Treumund…

Documentation – O’Less Festival’s Photography Exhibition

The O’Less Festival’s photography exhibition in Poland earlier this year presented works by: Margareth Knoll, Bozena Magnucka, Marta Kochanek, Human Nature, Sillen, Beata Borys Kosc, Booojka, Alicja Sikora, Joanna Knoll, Barbara Gibson, Goodyn Green, Anna-Stina Treumund, Camilla Storgaard and Grzegorz Banaszak. Curator: Barbara Gibson. Installation view photos courtesy of Marta…

Emerging Artist Anna-Stina Treumund

The group show ‘Lost in Transition’ presents emerging artists in Tallin, Estonia. One of participating artists is queer artist Anna-Stina Treumund.

‘Family’ a Queer Art Exhibition in Tallinn

Baltic Pride 2011 takes place Monday, June 6 to Saturday, June 11, 2011 in Tallinn, Estonia. The Baltic Pride invites you to a week full of cultural events with film screenings, dance performance and art exhibitions.

Lesbian Art Show In Talinn

Solo exhibition by photographer Anna-Stina Treumund. March 26 – April 18, 2010. Tallinn Art Hall Gallery, Vabaduse Square 6, Tallinn, Estonia. The opening of ‘How To Recognize a Lesbian?’ is on March 24, 2010.

You, Me And Everyone Else We Don’t Know

You, me and everyone else we don’t know
Estonian Anna-Stina Treumund is a young lesbian artist. She is living and working in Tallinn. She is a MFA student at the Estonian Art Academy. Anna-Stina wants to share a few tips and tricks with us about how to recognize a lesbian from her part of the world.