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GENERAL / CORONA CRISIS

Nothing happened this spring. Art after corona

Kaarin Kivirähk writes that the corona pandemic created a great deal of uncertainty and fear in the artworld, but it’s hard to believe that the slowing could continue any further.

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II

GENERAL / ECOLOGICAL CRISIS

How to be good? Art during the global warming

Madis Vasser vs Siim Preiman: the biggest source of carbon dioxide in the art sector is travel.

III

GENERAL / CLIMATE CRISIS

Can the art world kick its addiction to flying?*

In the era of climate crisis, we all need to rethink how and why we travel, says Kyle Chayka.

IV

THEORY AND PRACTICE / TRANSIENCE

Relapse into the matrix

The end of a trilogy*: Neeme Lopp writes about Mihkel Ilus and Paul Kuimet’s joint exhibition in Tallinn Art Hall.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / CLASSICALITY

The artist and art that captivated me the most at one time

Jaan Elken writes about the Ando Keskküla retrospective at Kumu.

Pictorial metaphors and social space in the art of Vello Vinn*

Raivo Kelomees writes about the Vello Vinn retrospective at Kumu.

Too big to ignore

The COVID-19 pandemic has called into question the organisation of major international exhibitions for at least some time, writes Mari Laaniste, who visited an exhibition dedicated to the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci at the Louvre.

VI

PERSONAL / COMMUNITY

Flo Kasearu’s reach

Jan Kaus’ personal insight into Flo Kasearu’s work.

VII

PERSONAL / ENVIRONMENT

Tiina Tammetalu’s apotheosis of soil

Kaire Nurk talks to Tiina Tammetalu about her path to paintings with powerful earthy textures.

VIII

PERSONAL / RECENT HISTORY

The noughties, ten years later

Indrek Grigor finds that the title of the collection of articles “Normal Noughts” is prematurely chosen to describe the decade.

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NEW PUBLICATION

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SPECIAL PAGES: CORONA SPRING 2020

Editor: Mailis Timmi.

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