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FOCUS / ART MUSEUM OF ESTONIA 100

Collection of the Art Museum of Estonia – colours of the past on the canvas of the future

Erle Loonurm talks about the formation of the collections of the Art Museum of Estonia, which celebrated its 100th anniversary on 17 November 2019.

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FOCUS / 100

Pallas 100. How to consecrate a legend?

Tõnis Tatar delves into the meaning and importance of the Pallas School in the Estonian cultural space.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / PRIVATE ART MUSEUM

A grand art haven in Viinistu

Reet Mark introduces the history of Viinistu Art Museum, the largest private art museum in Estonia.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / FORGOTTEN WOMAN ARTIST

Rosalie Alver – an unknown artist deserving attention

Jüri Hain discusses a woman artist, who has been written into history in Finland, but is yet to be discovered in her homeland.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / THE ESSAYIST TREND

Lightning between the scissors of communion and ownership

Hanno Soans analyses the opening exhibition of Tallinn Photomonth "When You Say We Belong To The Light We Belong To The Thunder".

Fragments from a diffused reality. A broken screen and evaporated silver

Margit Säde analyses the curatorial exhibition "Mercury", which was part of the Tallinn Photomonth programme.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / A REAL ESTONIAN KNOWS HOW TO BUILD A HOUSE

A real Estonian builds their own house

Indrek Grigor on Bita Razavi’s solo exhibition "Museum of Baltic Remont".

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REVIEWS

Speak to us, documents from the former restricted collections!

Maarin Mürk analyses Aap Tepper’s solo exhibition "Displaced Time: 10 Photographs from Restricted Collections".

Maarja Nurk and life expelled

Andri Ksenofontov visited Maarja Nurk’s solo exhibition "Death by Structure".

Fiction as a guarantee of reality

Hardi Volmer’s confessions (after being caught) at Toomas Kuusing’s solo exhibition "Ordinary Worlds".

How to feel that you are truly alive?

Kadi Hunt visited "Academy Sport Club".

Painting in a time of global warming*

Merike Estna’s paintings at Moderna Museet Malmö are inviting, strange, and genuinely convinced of their own vanity, writes Matthew Rana.

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VARIA

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NEW PUBLICATION

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SPECIAL PAGES

Three Cheers for Our Joker!

Tamara Luuk wrote an essay on Kris Lemsalu.*

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