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FOCUS / PATRIARCHY

The forces that would have her disappear

Sanna Lipponen analyses the largest museum exposition of artworks by Estonian female artists who were active between the mid-19th century and the 1950s.

II

THEORY AND PRACTICE / COLONIALISM

The world under the heel of the Estonian boot

Estonians have remoulded the classic research paradigm of post-colonialism as socialist colonialism, observes Johannes Saar on a visit to the exhibition "The Conqueror’s Eye".

III

THEORY AND PRACTICE / PHOTOGRAPHY

A vanishing point of the Tuglases' home garden

Neeme Lopp asks one of the past decade’s most important questions in photography: can photography provide a non-political perspective?

IV

THEORY AND PRACTICE / PAINTING, SCULPTURE, FILM

Jaan Toomik: "If you want to talk about deep, serious, philosophical topics for four hours in a row, it’ll become ridiculous."

Andreas Trossek in a public conversation with Jaan Toomik at his solo exhibition "Selfie as a Seagull".

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / BLACK BOX VS WHITE CUBE

Sun in Vilnius and sea in Venice

The convergence of visual and performing arts has been an accelerating trend throughout the world in recent years, which is nice, but its reception often reveals the lack of viewer experience in one area or another, Ott Karulin notes.

VI

THEORY AND PRACTICE / GAME

Half-reality in the Baltic region

Erkki Luuk attempts to decrypt Marco Laimre’s solo exhibition "A.S.T.A. 1.0 / Black Flag Shadow".

VII

THEORY AND PRACTICE / SPACE

Walking through space

Hirohisa Koike analyses Paul Kuimet’s solo project "Five Volumes".

VIII

THEORY AND PRACTICE / ARCHETYPE

Misery of words

Heili Sepp writes about three exhibitions by Siim-Tanel Annus, celebrating the artist’s 60th birthday.

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VARIA

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EXTRA PAGES

Marten Esko: "We will take both organisational and financial responsibility so that EKKM can continue."

Andreas Trossek asked Marten Esko, director of the Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia (EKKM), four questions.

Open letter in support of the Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia on 9. XII 2019

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