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"When I spoke with the artist about large (and cute) animals versus the small, vulnerable (but at the same time fear or disgust-inducing) insects, spiders and lizards, Eike Eplik replied that she was more scared of large animals. And that, in fact, small animals are not more vulnerable: the lizard is very quick to hide." – Kaire Nurk, "Would you dare hold a lizard? Eike Eplik – the artist who has nature nesting in her subconscious" (KUNST.EE 2/2021)

 

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GRAVITAS

Defying gravity

Hanno Soans explores the exhibition "May You Be Loved and Protected", curated by Tamara Luuk.

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SILENTIUM

Objet petit N

Anders Härm talks about the silence of Jevgeni Zolotko.

STIMULUS

Once upon a biennial…

Indrek Grigor discusses the future of biennials, based on the example of the Riga art scene in the time of corona.

AQUA

Observers, feelers and other thinkers

Keiu Krikmann takes a look at Kristina Õllek’s work.

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SOL

8 minutes of reading

Andreas Trossek visited the energy-themed exhibition "Tiger in Space".

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TERRA

A reverie in gloomy weather

Eva-Erle Lilleaed attended the group exhibition "Let Me Dream Once More", curated by Kristi Kongi.

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CUSTODIA

To sustain and guard the whispering wind and birdsong

Anneli Porri analyses Flo Kasearu’s exhibition "State of Emergency", which spoke about Kumu’s invigilators during the start of the coronavirus crisis.

HISTORIA

Local history in contemporary Estonian culture and art

Aksel Haagensen and Triin Kerge long for a discussion about recent history in art.

ARS

The story of paint as a fairy tale adventure

Michael Haagensen reflects on August Sai’s exhibition "Paint Story" at Hobusepea Gallery.

AMOR

The artist as exemplary lover

Tõnis Tatar writes about Kris Lemsalu Malone and Kyp Malone Lemsalu’s joint exhibition "Love Song Sing Along (Once Again With Feeling!)".

VITA

Preaching ARTLIFE

Fred Pinault on Steve Vanoni’s solo exhibition "Decade in Estonia".

MYSTICA

Dagger, djinn and wolf

Heie Marie Treier visited the exhibition that presents the last five years of jewellery by Kadri Mälk.

VARIA

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