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I

FOCUS

The queue

Indrek Grigor’s report from the press preview of the 58th International Art Exhibition, la Biennale di Venezia.

II

FASHION

PR-Sunday, or the structural transformation of the public sphere through the spirit of white bread from Maxima

Janar Ala versus Tommy Cash and Rick Owens and their joint exhibition "The Pure and the Damned".

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III

PERSONA

Art as a dialogue and way of thinking

Elnara Taidre had a conversation with Liina Siib about her work.

IV

THEORY

New materialism – under diagnosis

Based on the theory of new materialism, Kaire Nurk analyses the shifts, turns and changes taking place in the Estonian art scene.

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V

BODY

If there was no menstrual blood

Kaire Nurk analyses Ede Raadik’s solo exhibition "Sailin’ on the Red Sea" from a feminist perspective.

Naked nineties

Hedi Rosma wrote down some thoughts voiced at the roundtable discussion that took place at the finissage of "The X-Files [Registry of the Nineties]" titled "Masculinity and its changing image in the local field of art and culture since the 1990s".

David Wojnarowicz’s topical message for today’s world

Kärt Kelder visited the exhibition of David Wojnarowicz’s (1954–1992) photography and film work in Berlin.

VI

VISUAL ESSAY

The micro-dramas of everyday spaces in the photographs of Eve Kiiler

Carl-Dag Lige visited Eve Kiiler’s photography exhibition "Old and New Neighbours".

VII

REVIEWS

The (in)discreet charm of post-Soviet chic

Stefan Žarić reviews the exhibition "Sots Art and Fashion: Conceptual Clothes from Eastern Europe".

Machines and toys

Mari-Liis Rebane writes about the sound art exhibition "Sound Machines".

Work hard but no one cares

Ott Karulin reviews Sigrid Viir’s largest solo show in Estonia to date from the perspective of a theatre enthusiast.

VIII

VARIA

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