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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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FOCUS / HISTORICAL IDENTITY

From art pride to art shame, or "what are little Estonians made of"?

Johannes Saar analyses the new permanent exhibition compiled for Kumu’s 15th birthday, "Landscapes of Identity: Estonian Art 1700–1945", which approaches time as a honeycomb structure.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / CYCLE OF NATURE

Would you dare hold a lizard? Eike Eplik – the artist who has nature nesting in her subconscious

Kaire Nurk visited Eike Eplik’s solo exhibition "Shared Territory" and delved deeper into her work.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / PARTY ALL NIGHT

Rave mythologies and ecologies (Part I)

Stefan Peetri analyses the international exhibition "Up All Night: Looking Closely at Rave Culture".

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / CLASSIC

Notes on Beuys I. On reception

Kaire Nurk discusses the importance of Joseph Beuys on his 100th birthday.

From the socialist harem to the free-market economy brothel

Johannes Saar writes about Peeter Linnap’s retrospective exhibition "A Man through History".

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Kaisa Eiche writes about Peeter Linnap’s retrospective solo exhibition "A Man through History" (and also conducts a social experiment).

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / BLUE, BLACK AND WHITE

The incredible day-to-day

Andri Ksenofontov on the art of René Kari.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / CRYPTOMARKET

Archaeology and the future of the Estonian post-internet

Margus Tamm speculates on possible connections between post-internet art and NFT art.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / THINGS

Moments of aliveness

Essay by Ingrid Ruudi from the catalog of the 8th Tallinn Applied Arts Triennial’s main exhibition "Translucency".

GALLERY

Back to square one

Matti Tuomela visited the Non Grata performance group’s exhibition "Apocalyptic Landscapes", brought from Estonia to Finland by Anonymous Boh (Al Paldrok) and Devil Girl (Taje Paldrok).

The beta version of a perfect life

Are exhibitions in flats making a come-back, asks Johannes Saar after seeing Raul Keller’s solo show "Perfect Worlds".

Draft exhibition of a burning final copy

Eik Hermann visited Narva Art Residency’s annual exhibition "Point of No Return. Attunement of attention".

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