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(NOT JUST) A JUBILEE

The artist takes the floor?

Kaire Nurk discusses the group exhibition "Open Collections: The Artist Takes the Floor", which celebrates the 100th anniversary of the Art Museum of Estonia (EKM).

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II

(NOT JUST) AN INTERNATIONAL SCALE

The curse of interesting times

Johannes Saar reminds us that every road which metaphorically leads to Rome also leads away from it.

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Whitney Biennial 2019 A.D.

Jaan Elken admits that metaphorically the whole world still gathers in New York, as many young American artists are not originally from the United States.

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III

(NOT JUST) A RETROSPECTIVE

Medieval echoes in the corporeal cosmos of Jaan Toomik

Johannes Saar discusses recent changes in the reception of Jaan Toomik’s art.

#kaidooleinriga

Agnese Pundiņa reviews Kaido Ole’s first museum retrospective in Latvia.

Scattered space(s)*

Merilin Talumaa went to Anu Põder’s (1947–2013) first retrospective exhibition in France.

A retrospective view of Tõnu Maarand's creative path

Mai Levin rediscovers Tõnu Maarand’s sculptural works.

IV

THEORY AND PRACTICE / OBJECTS

Jass Kaselaan and fossils

Neeme Lopp writes about the art of Jass Kaselaan.

The return of things

Andrus Laansalu continues the discussion on new materialism or the renewed experience of the material in contemporary art.

V

REVIEWS

Jimmy Nelson at Fotografiska museum of photography in Tallinn

Aksel Haagensen visited the new Fotografiska museum in Tallinn.

It crackles and only shows a black and white picture

Lilli-Krõõt Repnau visited Kristina Paabus’ solo exhibition "Meanwhile".

Confessions of a world mender at an art exhibition

Madis Vasser recalls what was memorable at the international group exhibition "The Art of Being Good".

VI

NEW PUBLICATION

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