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EDITORIAL

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FOCUS / IMPORT

Andy Warhol’s second coming to Estonia

Andreas Trossek ponders why import is always important for small countries like Estonia.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / IMPORT

Top of the Pops: Did Andy Warhol Change Everything?*

On the occasion of the second Andy Warhol retrospective in Estonia, entitled "Andy Warhol. Life After The Soup Can. Films, Video Art and Installations 1963–1986", and with author’s kind permission, KUNST.EE republishes Louis Menand’s thorough essay on the artist.

"A huge problem of not knowing what to do..."

Excerpt from an interview with John Giorno on December 11th, 2014 at 222 Bowery street, New York – a house where Andy Warhol’s "Sleep" (1963) was filmed. Interviewed by Sandra Jõgeva and Marian Kivila; full transcription of the interview available in the exhibition catalogue.

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"What does it mean when a whole culture dreams the same dream?"*

Jaak Tomberg went to see "Photorealism: 50 years of hyperrealist painting" and "Cold look: Variations of hyperrealism in Estonian art", this year’s hyperrealism exhibitions at Kumu Art Museum.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / COMPOSITE DISCIPLINE

NO99 Theatre and Art

Jaan Elken sees the success story of Estonia’s most internationally accomplished theatre as deeply and vibrantly informed by visual arts sources.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / GENIUS LOCI

Raadi and the Scars of Modernity in Estonia

Francisco Martínez writes about the multi-layered history of the site of the Estonian National Museum that will inaugurate its new building on 1 October this year.

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REVIEWS

Timeless Quality

Jaan Elken praises Mare Mikoff ’s survey exhibition "Mikoff. Sculptures".

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From the Universe to the Courtyard

Kaire Nurk talks about the international sculpture exhibition "Terra incognita: Familiar Infinity" in the courtyard of Kumu Art Museum in connection with the exhibition programme for this year’s Sculpture Quadrennial Riga.

About Making Exhibitions for Those Who Make Exhibitions

Siim Preiman discusses the joint exhibition "Dead End" by Marten Esko and Mihkel Ilus.

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How to Talk About Love?

Tanel Veenre went to see "Mortal Kombat: LOVE", an exhibition of jewellery by Urmas Lüüs.

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VARIA

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NEW PUBLICATION

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