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The fresh Estonian Art magazine focuses on more than 50 topics.

The opening subject of the magazine is the Venice Art Biennale – an interview by Stacey Koosel and Anna Matveeva’s article cover the exhibit of the Estonian pavilion, the project titled “NSFW. A Chairman’s Tale” by Jaanus Samma and Eugenio Viola.

Curator Alistair Hicks talks about the exhibition "Home and Away. Raymond Pettibon. Marko Mäetamm" at the art museum Kumu, accompanied by thorough commentary by Eha Komissarov.

Kerttu Männiste’s interview with Sodja Lotker, the artistic director of Prague Quadrennial, opens the hubs of contemporary scenography. Laur Kaunissaare analyses the paradoxes of assimilation in performing arts. The roundtable organized by Raul Keller at Kaarel Kurismaa’s exhibition "A Little Machine and Friends" is introduced by Kurismaa’s short story "The Artist".

Peeter Talvistu’s roundtable with curators treats “Tartu 88”, a long-term archive project of Tartu Art Museum. Rael Artel ponders over the institution of curatorship and the accession of young curators. In the art classics section, Eero Epner examines the relationship between images and power.

Read about these and many other topics online.

Estonian Art is Estonia’s oldest English-language art magazine, which has been issued since 1997 and deals with the relationships of art, design, architecture and public space.

Editor: M. Oll



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