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Tamara Luuk: "And then they stay… and come back again."

Regina Mets interviewed Tamara Luuk, the curator of "No More Hope for Lovely Creatures", the exhibition that opened the new Lasnamäe Pavilion of Tallinn Art Hall.

A room of our own

Aksel Haagensen analyses the group exhibition "The Weak Fins of My Few Skills".

Mare Mikoff: "I’m not afraid of space. That’s my advantage."

Kaire Nurk interviews Mare Mikoff, who has been active as a sculptor from the first half of the 1970s until now.

Like being with a machine on a desert island

Sandra Jõgeva’s interview with Erik Alalooga, visual artist, performer, director, sound artist, teacher and cultural manager.

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Paper architecture and planned economy

Aleksander Zahharov visited the major exhibition "Forecast and Fantasy: Architecture Without Borders, 1960s–1980s" at the Estonian Museum of Architecture.

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Konrad Mägi back in Norway

Andreas Trossek reports on the retrospective exhibition "Konrad Mägi: Estonia’s Great Painter".

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The future behind us

Francisco Martínez reviews the exhibition "Archaeologists of Memory: Vitols Contemporary Art Collection".

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The crocodile ate the bear’s honey

Liisa Kaljula visited Laura Põld and Andres Tolts’ joint exhibition "Common Threads, Polar Bear and Elephant".

The great paintwork

Erkki Luuk visited the joint exhibition "To Sense the Light You Must Close Your Eyes" by Kristi Kongi and Mare Vint.

The reappearance of the black cat

Ann Mirjam Vaikla went to Ruudu Ulas’ solo exhibition "Difficult Objects".

Mimicry and paranoia in the automated iconosphere

Stefan Peetri’s (1994–2023) essay on how to see and protect your face today.


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