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2/2012 2/2012

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FOCUS / EAA

On Estonia’s art institutions or Where art belongs [1]

Aliina Astrova’s critical essay on art’s social role in Estonia.

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FOCUS / PAINTING / EGO

Kaido Ole: "Existing systems have a tendency to conform; that is why it is necessary to make sure that the fresh and the critical keep emerging."

Art collector versus artist: Armin Kõomägi’s ten questions to Kaido Ole at his solo exhibition "Handsome Hero and Plenty of Still Lives".

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Analogue vs digital

Interview with Urmas Pedanik, who has kept silent as an artist for almost a quarter of a century––questions by AndreasTrossek.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / VIDEO AND THEATRE

Mediation – Threshold

Aare Pilv analyses the latest video works by Ene-Liis Semper through the lens of theatre.

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REVIEWS

Take care of yourself

Maria Jäärats on French contemporary art superstar Sophie Calle’s solo exhibition at Tallinn Art Hall.

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Frozen perpetuum mobile

Kirke Kangro writes on the solo exhibition "Valgus on meie jõud" ("Light is our strength") by Jass Kaselaan.

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Mind Kampf and Secret Reich

Kiwa discusses Raul Rajangu’s solo exhibition "Secret Reich".

Raul Keller’s Greatest Hits

Andreas Trossek discusses Raul Keller’s exhibition "KLANG!".

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Mother, daughter and drama

Triin Tulgiste reviews the exhibition curated by Reet Varblane at Tartu Art House.

A Trap

Annika Toots’s Kafkaesque essay on Dénes Farkas’s solo exhibition "A Day That Does Not Exist".

A black hole in the white cube: Neeme Külm’s total world(s) and new dimensions hidden in the depths

Maria Arusoo writes about the exhibition "Shimmer on the Surface" at Hobusepea Gallery.

Notes on ontogeny

Andreas Trossek on the solo exhibition "Big painting and small painting" by London-based artist Merike Estna.

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VARIA

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NEW PUBLICATION

Section compiled by Elin Kard.

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FLASHBACK: TALLINN MONTH OF PHOTOGRAPHY

Special pages dedicated to the festival of lens-based art. In Estonian only.

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