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FOCUS / TRAUMA AND THERAPY

How to Clear the History of Art from Traumatic Metaphors

Heie Treier delivers her diagnosis concerning the context, sources and impact of 1990s art scandals in Estonia, whose influence is still felt among the general public and the art world.

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FOCUS / YOUNG ESTONIA

Art That Feeds on the Tiger

Magdalena Radomska's thoughts on the third Artishok Biennale.

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FOCUS / PUBLIC AND PRIVATE MONEY

The Extreme Makeover of Stedelijk

By interviewing Bart Rutten from Stedelijk, Margaret Tali examines how American-style sponsorship models enter European museums and what this means for the institutions.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / AVANT-GARDE CLASSICS / VINT

More Than Just a Personal Aesthetic Universe?

Minni Hein uses integral theory to interpret the work of Tõnis Vint, a key figure in Estonian art in the second half of the 20th century.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / AVANT-GARDE CLASSICS / LAPIN

Leonhard Lapin's Studio, Vabaduse Square

Al Padrok interviews Leonhard Lapin, professor emeritus at the Estonian Academy of Arts, who talks about finding his way to art, changes in art discourse and the artist's position over the years, as well as the creative process, alcohol and sexuality.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / THE CLASSICS OF POSTMODERNISM / LAIMRE

Laimre is a Tube*

Indrek Grigor reports that a fresh study proves professor Marco Laimre to be a hollow cylindrical body.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / SUMMER FESTIVAL

How to Perform Silence

Marie Vellevoog writes about "Silence" – a night of performances and installations at the Sagrits Museum.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / BIOART

The New Old Dogma of Biomedia

Veronika Valk explores bio-art in a conversation with Oron Catts.

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REVIEWS

An Archive for Fans of Feminism

Rebeka Põldsam on the "re.act.feminism#2– a performing archive" in Tallinn.

Clothes Without Fashion

Aliina Astrova criticizes "Fashion and the Cold War" at Kumu.

Jüri Ojaver's Broken Symmetry

Tiit Kändler's art and science related thoughts on Jüri Ojaver's solo exhibition "Song / Rupture".

Exhibition Review: "And So On And So Forth"

Text and image by Lisa and Kristen Dobbin.

Play and Death

Oliver Laas writes about the first exhibition "Demodictus" by the art group Demodictus (Ott Pilipenko, Mari Prekup, James Connor, Priidik Hallas, Taavi Tulev, Märt Vaidla).

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Jaan Toomik’s Theatre of Singular Gestures

Johannes Saar’s additions to notes by Marco Scotini.

Images to Words

Dénes Farkas on the dark side of Alvar Aalto – Johannes Saar's Christmas card from Rovaniemi.

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