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FOCUS / PRESENT CONTINUOUS

Are the nineties finally on their way to becoming part of the permanent exhibition at Kumu Art Museum?

Indrek Grigor provides an overview of what was discussed at the 2018 autumn conference at Kumu.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / ACADĒMĪA

Artistic research fever

The new main building of the Estonian Academy of Arts (Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, EKA) is open! Raivo Kelomees explains the doctoral studies programmes that have been offered at EKA up until now and how this is all connected to international developments.

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How to describe the forest to digital hares

Kaire Nurk interviews Peeter Laurits on what it was like for an artist to be a visiting professor in the oldest and largest university in Estonia.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / BI- & TRIENNIALISATION

Once again for love, not money

Brigita Reinert takes an in-depth look at the anniversary year of the Tallinn Print Triennial.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / WONDERLAND

A man like an orchestra

Mari-Liis Rebane writes about the work of Kaarel Kurismaa, who is known as the father of Estonian kinetic and sound art, in the retrospective exhibition "Kaarel Kurismaa – Yellow Light Orchestra".

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In the city centre without tigers

Triinu Soikmets writes about the curated exhibition "Abstraction as an Open Experiment" at Tallinn Art Hall, which contextualised the earlier work by a classic of Estonian geometric abstraction, Sirje Runge, in the wider context of Eastern Europe.

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REVIEWS

The iconic cut from time

Andri Ksenofontov talks about the more private calling of painter Nikolai Kormashov, a prominent representative of the Soviet "severe style", and his collection of icons.

The jewellery artists õhuLoss (Castle in the Air) and their exhibition "Rõhuloss" (Castle of Pressure)

Urmas Lüüs paves the road to the castle at the edge of clouds.

Lola Liivat and the "cosmic blast"

Karolina Łabowicz-Dymanus writes about a survey exhibition, displaying the works of the living legend of Estonian abstract painting Lola Liivat.

The story of the dismantling of a demand

Oliver Laas visited August Sai's solo exhibition "Twenty cases" which coincided with Pope Francis’ visit to Estonia and where he exhibited 21 paintings, 20 of which were variations on Diego Velázquez’ portrait of Pope Innocent X (c. 1650).

Inverted sofa, yarn and soft bricks

Maris Karjatse analyses the group exhibition "How to: live. Virtual Biographies".

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