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EDITORIAL

I

FOCUS / GENDER CHECK

Gender Categories of Beauty?

Heie Treier writes on the deeper currents in the history of beauty and ugliness.

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II

FOCUS / 1+1=3

A Bridge across Stormy Waters or an Experiment with a Viper and a Boletus

Tõnis Tatar writes about the joint exhibition by older and younger generation stars, Tiit Pääsuke and Kris Lemsalu, at Tallinn Art Hall.

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III

THEORY AND PRACTICE / FEMINISM

Feminist Art Strategies in the Migration Debate

Airi Triisberg analyses the social context of the annual feminist festival "LadyFest Tallinn", which took place for the sixth time, and this year focused on the topic of refugees.

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IV

THEORY AND PRACTICE / NON-NORMATIVITY

Ly Lestberg’s Non-Normative Decadence

An essay by Martin Rünk on the art of Ly Lestberg.

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V

THEORY AND PRACTICE / LINGUISTIC FOREST

From the Perspective of the Fly Agaric and the Bark Beetle. On the Work of Peeter Laurits

Margus Ott discusses the work of one of the best-known Estonian photography artists from the last decade.

VI

THEORY AND PRACTICE / INTERNATIONAL

"A True Ukrainian Speaks Ukrainian."*

Šelda Puķīte speaks about the international group exhibition "Identity. Behind the Curtain of Uncertainty" in Kyiv.

VII

THEORY AND PRACTICE / -ISM

Half a Century of Photorealism, or Several Waves of One "-ism"

Tiiu Parbus writes on Kumu’s exhibition "Photorealism: 50 years of Hyperrealist Painting", put together by Institut für Kulturaustausch (Tübingen).

VIII

THEORY AND PRACTICE / INSTALLATION

Between Energy and Matter

Jaan Elken writes a travelogue on the trajectory Berlin–Tartu–Tallinn, paying a visit to the Isa Genzken retrospective in Berlin.

IX

THEORY AND PRACTICE / A QUESTION OF INHERITANCE

A Busy Archaeologist and Post-Explosion Fragments

Maarin Mürk kept "Explosion in Pärnu", a book compiled by Rael Artel, on her bedside table (Lehu: Public Preparation, 2015, 320 pp).

X

THEORY AND PRACTICE / MASOCHISM

On Networking and the Delusion of Seriousness in the Art Scene

Tõnis Tatar writes a Tolstoy-esque travelogue from the Tartu-London axis, reflecting upon the irrelevance of contemporary art in Estonia and finding solace in Tõnu Õnnepalu's "Lõpetuse ingel" (The Angel of the Ending, 2015).

XI

REVIEWS

Dying Slave in the Landscape

Triin Tulgiste visits Eike Eplik and Berit Talpsepp-Jaanisoo's joint exhibition.

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The Discreet Entropy of the Image

Elnara Taidre analyses Anna Shkodenko's solo show "[field] which is nearly pure".

Means of Reaching a Destination

Maris Karjatse reviews Laura Põld, Katrine Gram Sloth and Johna Hansen’s group exhibition.

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Opera-like Memory Work by Jaanus Samma (Extended Mix)*

Andreas Trossek reviews Jaanus Samma’s solo exhibition "NSFW. A Chairman’s Tale".

A New Photogenic Köler Prize

Liisa Kaljula visited this year’s Köler Prize show at the Contemporary Art Museum Estonia.

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How to Make Use of Words

Tõnu Karjatse analyses Sigrid Viir’s solo exhibition "Hirmus ilus torukael" (Awful Pretty Pipe Neck).

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XII

VARIA

XIII

UUS TRÜKIS

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