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Notes on Collecting Contemporary Art

Aliina Astrova’s essay on differences between art in the public and the private sphere.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / 20 YEARS AGO TODAY / "THE JAR-SHITTER"

"Artmix" Manifesto on Pirita Road in 1992

To celebrate its anniversary, Raivo Kelomees writes in retrospect about "S & K 2 – Artmix" – an exhibition that considerably enriched Estonian art discourse.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / 150 YEARS AGO TODAY / ROMANTICISM

The Word is Not Enough

Eduard Jons' thoughts on the exhibition "A Romantic View. 19th Century Dutch and Belgian Paintings from the Rademakers Collection".

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / 30 YEARS AGO TODAY / (NEW) ART HISTORY

What Has Become of the New Art History?

Kristina Jõekalda mediates the visions of the current status of art theory, contemporary history and future perspectives as presented at the conference "After the "New Art History"".

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / EGO / STUDIO VISITS

"In my case, multitasking is an illusion."

Aliina Astrova kicks off her series of studio visits with an interview with Taavi Piibemann for KUNST.EE.

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REVIEWS

The Chaos and Order of Being Together

Kirke Kangro shares her impressions of the joint exhibition "Being Together" by Edith Karlson and Kris Lemsalu.

Veiko Klemmer’s Aesthetic Utopia

Eero Kangor analyzes Veiko Klemmer’s solo exhibition "Süsteem" (System).

Peeter Allik Is Not a Wiener

An analysis of Peeter Allik’s solo exhibition "Hiilgavsuur toiduklubi" (Great Fabulous Food Club) by the art critics’ collective Das Kollektive Unbewusste aus Reval (KUR).

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The Tragedy of Sanity

Margus Kiis’s overview of Sandra Jõgeva’s solo exhibition "Kogutud territooriumisõjad" (Collected Territorial Wars).

Attention, Silence – Revolution!

Karin Nugis writes about the curated exhibition within the Tallinn Drawing Triennial.

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