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EDITORIAL

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FOCUS / EU

Somewhere in Europe…

Johannes Saar discusses wider discursive shifts in art history, writing his essay deliberately without mentioning any names of Estonian artists.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / GREAT (WOMEN) ARTISTS

Return ticket to Europe I, II,...*

Kaire Nurk is asking relevant questions while recalling the revolutionary essay "Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?" (1971) by the recently deceased Linda Nochlin (1931–2017).

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / NATIONALISM

Katerina Gregos: "Going to a football match and cheering for your country doesn’t make you a nationalist."

Katerina Gregos talks about "The State is not a Work of Art", an international exhibition, which is part of the "Estonia 100" art programme (questions by Andreas Trossek).

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / ETERNITY

Tolts the Alchemist

Viivi Luik writes about the Kumu retrospective "Andres Tolts. Landscape with Still-Life".

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / AUTHENTICITY

Marco Laimre in the desert of reality*

Andreas Trossek visited Marco Laimre's solo exhibition "Motor".

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / SOLIDARITY

Raise Your Hand Who...

Maarin Mürk went to see Marge Monko's solo show "Stones Against Diamonds, Diamonds Against Stones".

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / DIALOGUE
INTERNAL MARKETING!
KUNST.EE ADVERTISES A NEW BOOK

Kai Kaljo in Conversation with Jaan Toomik*

Kai Kaljo (KK): Our interview took place at KuKu Café at 12pm on 9 June 2017. It was the third time we were supposed to get together but something always came up. This time, Jaan Toomik (JT) called me an hour and a half before our agreed time and asked if I could come an hour earlier.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / HEGEMONY

The Passion of Saint Konrad Finally in Book Form

Johannes Saar interviews Eero Epner, author of a biography about Konrad Mägi (1878–1925) aimed at a broad readership.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / 24H

That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore. On the Work of Kirill Tulin

J. D. A. Winslow explains what is there to see when there's nothing there to see.

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REVIEWS

Shared Space

Annika Toots visited Jass Kaselaan and Edith Karlson's joint exhibition "Hudnoi".

"Grafolklore" – an art expedition into Estonian folkloric traditions

Elnara Taidre speaks about Mari Prekup's and Hannah Harkes's joint exhibition "The Ground Beneath the Tree Moved like a Congregation".

Freedom of Voice and Shapes of a Story

Eha Komissarov and Elo-Hanna Seljamaa write about Lilli-Krõõt Repnau's solo exhibition "Freedom of Voice".

The Cloud and the Ocean

Lilli-Krõõt Repnau visited Kadri Toom's solo exhibition "Surface".

An Unlikely Story

Mari Laaniste visited the father and daughter artist (Urmas Viik, Sohvi Viik) collaborative exhibition "The Unusual Case of Ruve Rääsk".

The Transformations of Manfred Dubov

Andri Ksenofontov visited Manfred Dubov's solo exhibition.

Out-of-focus Cityscape in Focus

Eva-Erle Lilleaed visited Paco Ulman's solo exhibition.

Flying Michelangelos and Other Animal-Artists

Juha-Heikki Tihinen went to Jan Lütjohann and Uku Sepsivart's joint exhibition "A Little Bit, Every Day".

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VARIA

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NEW PUBLICATION

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