Latest 'Estonian Art' magazine out ({{commentsTotal}})

The fresh edition of Estonian Art, the English-language magazine on Estonia art is now out and available free online.

Kriss Soonik, the Estonian lingerie designer making waves in the world, shows off her work on the cover of the latest edition of the magazine, which is published twice each year.

Eha Komissarov, Maria-Kristiina Soomre and Marten Esko divulge the challenges of modern painting based on two new art exhibitions.

Katja Novitskova and Niekolaas Johannes Lekkerkerk focus on the phenomenon of post-internet art, Carl-Dag Lige takes a look at what has become of the Estonian Academy of Arts' ambitions for a new main building.

Kaarin Kivirähk takes a look at Estonian designers working abroad and Aet Ader speaks about her experience at the London Festival of Architecture.

Read the new edition here, click on “pdf” below the introductory text.

Editor: J.M. Laats

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