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EDITORIAL

I

THEORY AND PRACTICE / STREET ART ON TOUR

The Emperor's New Clothes

Tanel Rander decodes the phenomenon known as Edward von Lõngus.

II

THEORY AND PRACTICE / (€)MIGRATION

A Round Table on Post-Socialism, Post-Colonialism, Nationalism, Travelling and Belonging

Maarin Ektermann in discussion with the curator and artists of "The Travellers: Voyage and Migration in New Art from Central and Eastern Europe".

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III

THEORY AND PRACTICE / IDENTITY AND HISTORY

"I Keep Questioning What It Means to Be a Woman from the Post- Soviet Area"

Curator Liisa Kaljula in conversation with the artist Maria Kapajeva on her largest solo show in Estonia so far.

IV

THEORY AND PRACTICE / FUTURE OF A DISCIPLINE

What Colour is the Edge of a Painting?

Kaire Nurk emphasises that a painter's gaze should always be questioning and on the edge of the art of painting, on its versatility.

V

THEORY AND PRACTICE / GRAVITATIONAL ACCELERATION

On Neeme Külm's Main Obsession (9.8 m/s²), or in the Grip of the Deceptiveness of Gravity

Hanno Soans delves into Neeme Külm's portfolio.

VI

REVIEWS

Of People, Places and Things

Helga Kalm visited Birgit Püve's solo exhibition "Sanctuary".

Sharing Something That Cannot Be Shared

Kärt Kelder went to see Henri Hütt's solo exhibition "Romantic Loneliness".

Art Was Honest

Johannes Saar looks at Art Allmägi's largest solo show to date, "Paint It Black II", from the point of view of a sculpture historian.

Story of a Boy Who Told Stories about People Who Look at Pictures

Andreas Trossek visited Holger Loodus' solo exhibition "Journey to the End of the World".

Digi-Hare in the Forest, Joseph Beuys in the Pocket

Johannes Saar went to "Dead Man's Skis. How to Describe the Forest to Digital Hares" curated by Peeter Laurits.

Post-everything?

Agnese Pundiņa reviews Mari-Leen Kiipli's solo exhibition.

VII

VARIA

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