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EDITORIAL

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FOCUS / ESTONIA’S PAVILION

More Human Than Human

Stacey Koosel reviews Katja Novitskova's solo show, which represents Estonia this year at the Venice Biennale.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / HOMO DIGITALIS

Fitting Digitality into a Museum's Human Dimensions

Leading Estonian electronic art theorist, Raivo Kelomees, reviews the major international exhibition on digital culture "ARS17: Hello World!" at Helsinki’s contemporary art museum Kiasma.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / CONCEPTUALISM

Architect Okas

Generations in dialogue: architect-artist Paco Ulman (b 1980 in Tallinn) writes about the retrospective of architect-artist Jüri Okas (b 1950 in Tallinn).

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / POST-CONCEPTUALISM

Afterthoughts on a Powerful Atmosphere

Eik Hermann's essay on the largest solo show in Estonia to date by Dénes Farkas, who represented the country at the 2013 Venice Biennale.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / EKKM 10

A "phantom platform"* as an Art Institution for All

Marika Agu and Siim Preiman noticed that this summer will be different: the Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia (EKKM) will celebrate its 10th anniversary and the annual Köler Prize nominee show, that has been organised every year since 2011, will not take place at all.

Marten Esko: "EKKM cannot return to what it was."

Ten years of EKKM! Francisco Martínez interviews Marten Esko, the new director of the Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia (EKKM).

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / USA-EST

Krist Gruijthuijsen: "I would not have done this project in any other city."

Andreas Trossek interviewed Krist Gruijthuijsen, both the director and chief curator at Berlin's KW Institute for Contemporary Art, who flew to Tallinn for the opening of "Dissolution – Raivo Puusemp in dialogue with".

The Enigmatic Art of Raymond Pettibon*

Peter Schjeldahl writes about the grand retrospective of Raymond Pettibon – an American artist who is half-Estonian on his mother's side – on the three main floors of New Museum, New York.

Louis Kahn: The Islander – Interim Report (anno 2017)

Heie Treier writes on the state of the research on the Saaremaa origins of Louis Kahn, a classic of 20th-century American architecture.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / COLLECTION

About the Beginnings of the Sadolin Collection

Jüri Hain takes a look at the exhibition of the EKE–Sadolin art collection, which is reputedly the oldest art collection belonging to a private company in Estonia.

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REVIEWS

Young and Hungry

Kadri Karro visited Grisli Soppe-Kahar's and Danel Kahar's first joint exhibition.

Marko Mäetamm Moves With The Times*

Andreas Trossek visited Marko Mäetamm's solo exhibition "I'm Only Streaming".

Sadness Inspires

Liina Soosaar writes on the Estonian debut exhibition of internationally renowned photographic artist, Alexander Gronsky.

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Bubbles, Paintings and Kraftwerk

Liisa Kaljula writes about Mart Vainre's solo exhibition "Bubbles".

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VARIA

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