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FOCUS / VOX POPULI / OCCIDUUS

Popularizing Art. The Abramović Method

Hedi Rosma analyses the foundation of the Marina Abramović Institute in the context of popularizing art.

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FOCUS / VOX POPULI / ORIENS

Hedwig Fijen: "The Hermitage's view is that Catherine the Great in her time collected contemporary art"

Andreas Trossek interviews Hedwig Fijen, founding director of "Manifesta".

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / (EURO) MODERNISM

The Perpetuum Mobile of European Enlightenment

Liisa Kaljula visited the 30th Council of Europe Art Exhibition "Critique and Crisis. Art in Europe since 1945".

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / (SOVIET) MODERNISM

What we are not!

Maija Rudovska is revisiting the Socialist past.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / CRISIS AND REVOLUTION

Grammar of the Revolution

Šelda Puķîte ponders the contemporary art festival "Survival Kit 5: Slow Revolution".

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / SPACE

It's Good When There's Space

Jaak Kikas writes about the curator's exhibition for Photomonth, "Where You End, I Begin".

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / OFFICE

According to an Office Desk – An Introduction to The Office for Curating

Rebeka Põldsam interviews Niekolaas Johannes Lekkerkerk – curator of the "Shadows of Doubt" group exhibition and central show in Tallinn Photo Month 2013.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / RETROSPECTIVE

How ANK '64 Was Formed

In connection with the ANK retrospective exhibition, Al Paldrok interviews Tõnis Laanemaa, the grand old man of Estonian graphic art.

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REVIEWS

Discreet "Damage" – Political is Personal!

Hanno Soans writes about Mark Raidpere's solo exhibition "Damage".

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Manfred MIM: Technology as the Black Continent

Janar Ala visited Manfred MIM's survey exhibition at Tallinn Art Hall.

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A Whole Day in Tartu

A panel discussion by the group of critics, Das Kollektive Unbewusste aus Reval (KUR), on this year's curated show, "Prada Pravda", at the "ART IST KUKU NU UT" festival of contemporary art in Tartu.

The Explicit vs The Implicit

Eik Hermann identifies himself with the work of self-styled lesbian artist Anna-Stina Treumund.

How to Enter Through an Invisible Door

Andrus Laansalu focuses on the first large survey exhibition of sound art in Estonia, "Out of Sync. Looking Back at the History of Sound Art".

ANK '64/'13

Andreas Trossek wrote down his thoughts on retrospective of ANK '64 artists at Tallinn Art Hall.

Traces of the Invisible Work or Who Washes Our Socks?

Karin Nugis about the exhibition "Aagh! Õehh!".

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