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How does the Art Museum of Estonia celebrate its 100th birthday, keeping in mind contemporary artists and involving them in the celebrations? What does the 58th International Art Exhibition in Venice look like, now that the festive opening speeches have been given and awards handed out? What about the Whitney Biennial, one of the most important beacons of light on the contemporary American art scene, held as an annual exhibition since 1932 and turned into a biennial in 1973? What would be cooler for an Estonian artist in 2019 A.D.: a retrospective in Tallinn, Riga, Moscow, or perhaps even Paris? International scale, indeed, but not only…

They say art is larger than life, but that is just one reason to get yourself this issue of KUNST.EE, the art quarterly devoted to various aspects of contemporary art and visual culture in Estonia. All other reasons are already rather more specific, inviting the reader to delve into an artwork, follow the artist and to critically consider the results.

In this autumn issue, questions in the field of art are posed by Kaire Nurk, Johannes Saar, Jaan Elken, Agnese Pundi┼ća, Merilin Talumaa, Mai Levin, Neeme Lopp, Andrus Laansalu, Aksel Haagensen, Lilli-Krõõt Repnau and Madis Vasser. Questions, questions, questions…

Stay tuned!

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