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FOCUS / €

The Shadow of Mercury on Saturn

Krista Kodres writes about the monetary value of art and the effect of the commission on the creation of art throughout history.

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II

THEORY AND PRACTICE / INTERNATIONAL SCALE

Taaniel Raudsepp: "Tallinn Art Hall is better off now than before."

Stacey Koosel's interview with the director of the Tallinn Art Hall Taaniel Raudsepp.

III

THEORY AND PRACTICE / CULTURE OF TRANSLATION

Baltic Symbolism in Paris

Jaak Kangilaski writes about "Symbolism in the Art of the Baltic States", an exhibition that celebrated the centennial of the Baltic States at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris in spring and will be displayed at Kumu Art Museum in Tallinn in the second half of this year.

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"Wild Souls – Symbolism in the Baltic States" in the Centre of Paris

Juha-Heikki Tihinen analyses the impact of the Baltics in Paris in the global context.

IV

THEORY AND PRACTICE / METROPOL

Terra incognita

Indrek Grigor analyses discussions over the Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art that took place in the Latvian capital for the first time ever.

Should the Baltic Triennial 13 Have Given up on the Ghost of Globalism?*

Orit Gat writes about this year's Baltic Triennial – originally founded in 1979, this is the first in its history to be organized jointly by all three Baltic countries.

The Berlin Biennale Seeks Something More Real Than Reality

Kärt Kelder reports on the 10th Berlin Biennale of Contemporary Art.

V

THEORY AND PRACTICE / PERIPHERY

A Summer Agro-Tech Mentality at Maajaam

Marika Agu and Francisco Martínez discuss the relationships between information technology and rural life.

The Geopolitics of the Sublime

Margus Tamm travelled to Nida and Narva – both of which are local geopolitical border areas, aren't they?

VI

THEORY AND PRACTICE / INTERNATIONAL SUCCESS

Deimantas Narkevičius: "At the beginning of the 1990s we did not exist for the rest of the world."

Triin Tulgiste interviews Deimantas Narkevičius.

VII

THEORY AND PRACTICE / DIALOGUE

Spontaneity Lies Close to Incongruity: On Dialogue Between two Printmakers

Elnara Taidre compares two exhibitions, Lembe Ruben's "Code of Spontaneity" at Draakoni Gallery and Gudrun Koppel's "Even though the movement of the stars is an illusion caused by our own motion, it looks perfectly real – Incongruity" at Hobusepea Gallery.

VIII

THEORY AND PRACTICE / EXISTENTIALISM

Pointless System?

Hanno Soans writes about Tarmo Salin and his comics.*

IX

MYTHOPOEIA

Peeter Linnap, CEO of "Factory of History" – a Trick with Two Mirrors and Four Reflections

Margus Tamm's presentation at Riga Photography Biennial 2018.

X

TAKES TWO TO TANGO

Dancing in Pairs Around Art and Context

Hanno Soans writes about "Estonian Art 20", a book in English where 30 Estonian artists interview one another.

XI

VARIA

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