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FLASHBACK: "Pets are sometimes cherished more than close friends or family; they often replace a child. They are depicted a lot, all too often commercially." – Mai Levin "Cats and dogs in Estonian art" (KUNST.EE 1/2021)

 

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MELANCHOLY OF THE FUTURE

Dancing on the ruins of the future

Annika Toots focuses on the dystopian landscapes in the works of Mari-Leen Kiipli and Britta Benno.

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RECENT HISTORY

"Free drinks all summer long!" or how the nineties will never come back

Johannes Saar analyses Kumu’s permanent exhibition "The Future is in One Hour: Estonian Art in the 1990s".

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Eha Komissarov: "The Estonian Art Museum has one of the finest and most comprehensive collections of 1990s art in the Baltics."

Archive document: transcript of the radio show "Kunstiministeerium" in relation to Kumu’s permanent exhibition "The Future is in One Hour: Estonian Art in the 1990s". The programme was presented by Maarin Mürk, with visitors Eha Komissarov, Annika Räim and Tiiu Parbus, the programme was broadcast on 29. II 2020.

AESTHETICS

Good company

Hedi Rosma was in good company at a retrospective of Tiit Pääsuke, "Tiit Pääsuke. Nostalgialess".

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A glass bead game of repeating patterns

Elnara Taidre analyses the joint exhibition "Repeating Patterns" by Sirja-Liisa Eelma and Mari Kurismaa.

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POSTSOCIALISM

The wounds of silence

Santa Hirsch analyses the exhibition "Difficult Pasts. Connected Worlds".

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Siima – 100

Johannes Saar visited the exhibition "Siima Škop 100".

BODIES ON STAGE

Silver Vahtre’s theatrum mundi

Harry Liivrand looks at Silver Vahtre's collage exhibition "Room of Living".

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A gently pressed imprint

Mari-Liis Vanem visited Olesya Katchanovskaya-Münd's solo exhibition "Traces of Existence in a Moment".

GEOGRAPHY

Games with a utopian/dystopian constructor

Elnara Taidre visited Kadri Toom's solo exhibition "Packaged Cities".

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On the border – Valga included in Estonian art exhibition statistics

Indrek Grigor discusses regional policy on the basis of the art scene in the Estonian-Latvian border town of Valga-Valka.

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