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METHODOLOGIES OF ART HISTORY

What is a masterpiece? (2000/1)

Mai Levin is convinced that the painting "Village Landscape" by an unknown Flemish artist can also be a masterpiece.

To assist future Wiiralt researchers (2000/1)

Ants Juske proposes new methods for analyzing Eduard Wiiralt’s works.

Vera Mukhina's "Worker and Collective Farmer" (1936). Paradigmatic masterpiece of Soviet art (2002/1)

Linnar Priimägi.

Lost (hyper?) reality: concerning Elken from an anthropologist’s point of view (2002/1)

Anders Härm.

Sooster, in a slumber and awake (2002/1)

Vaino Vahing.

DISSECTING THE AUTHOR(S)

The return to Toomik (2002/3)

Hanno Soans.

Ene-Liis Semper and the beauty of the play (2003/1)

Anu Allas.

About a bloody trauma (2004/2)

Eero Epner’s thoughts on Marko Mäetamm’s recent paintings.

Five questions to Peeter Allik (2005/1)

Heie Treier.

PITTURA METAFISICA

Fernand Léger in Tallinn (2005/2)

Jüri Hain reconstructs one of the days of December, 1937.

Venice Biennale: 110 years of politics, to say nothing of art (2005/2)

Maria-Kristiina Soomre.

Life space (2005/3)

Ando Keskküla gave an interview to Kaire Nurk.

Giorgio de Chirico’s TV set (2006/1)

Heie Treier.

A purely objective idea / Ten years later (2006/3)

Kaido Ole.

COMPLETED AND UNCOMPLETED PROJECTS

documenta 12 magazines (2007/2)

Heie Treier.

Fictional cover designs of the kunst.ee book series on criticism (2008/1)

Tõnu Kaalep.

INTRODUCTION TO GENDER STUDIES

The return of a working woman (2009/1–2)

Katrin Kivimaa shares her thoughts on Liina Siib’s photo exhibition "A Woman Takes Little Space".

You, me and everyone we don’t know (2010/1–2)

Airi Triisberg analyzes Anna-Stina Treumund’s debut exhibition.

POLITICAL AND/OR PERSONAL

Time glorifies everything (2011/3–4)

Kristiina Davidjants reviews Kristina Norman’s documentary "A Monument to Please Everyone".

The chaos and order of being together (2012/3)

Kirke Kangro shares her impressions of the joint exhibition "Being Together" by Edith Karlson and Kris Lemsalu.

Discreet "Damage" – political is personal! (2013/4)

Hanno Soans writes about Mark Raidpere’s solo exhibition "Damage".

Almost legal (2014/4)

Johannes Saar contextualizes Jaanus Samma’s solo exhibition "Sweater shop Hair Sucks".

Malle Leis’ daughter (2015/1)

Sandra Jõgeva shares her thoughts on Malle Leis’ retrospective exhibition "Yellow Summer".

EXPORT COMPLEX INC.

A new photogenic Köler Prize (2016/2)

Liisa Kaljula visited this year’s Köler Prize show at the Contemporary Art Museum Estonia.

More human than human (2017/2)

Stacey Koosel reviews Katja Novitskova’s solo show, which represents Estonia this year at the Venice Biennale.

Raise your hand who... (2018/1)

Maarin Mürk went to see Marge Monko’s solo show "Stones Against Diamonds, Diamonds Against Stones".

Ex machina (2019/1)

Indrek Grigor analyzes the exhibition "Alice, Neeme & Jass" at Kunsthalle Helsinki.

LESSONS FROM THE CORONARY CRISIS

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