‘The Seed Can Be Initialized Randomly II’ by Merike Estna and Ana Cardoso at Temnikova & Kasela gallery

Ana Cardoso (1978) and Merike Estna (1980) are both painters who have come together at two different geographic and temporal points to explore the medium of painting, traditional crafts and a woman’s place in the art world. The first series

‘Precarious State of Mind’, solo show by Sandra Kosorotova at Hop gallery

What does Post-Fordism feel like? How is precarity sensed? Can it materialize as an embodied sensation? Will it be codified as a medical disorder? This exhibition explores mental health as socio-political and ideological issues, rather than personal and biological problems.

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Claritin’ by Kristin Reiman at Haapsalu Linnagalerii, Estonia

It is as light as during the prime hour of early daytime, the sky is an even blue. Every object is visible, edges sharp and surfaces speckless. Never have I experienced more unclarity. The most confusing dilemma is the choice

Photo reportage from Anna Kaarma’s exhibition ‘Type 121’ at EKA Gallery

‘Type 121’ is Anna Kaarma’s first solo exhibition. The show’s central motif is the building type 121, characteristic the tower block district Lasnamäe in Tallinn. The construction of the microdistrict began in the 1970s . Lasnamäe was initially planned to

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Perro’ at Hobusepea gallery

Group exhibition Perro / Koer / Dog will be open will be open until April 3, 2017 at Hobusepea gallery. Participating artists: Varvara & Mar, OPN Studio, Vicente Vázquez / Usue Arrieta, Javier Álvarez and Jaime de los Ríos. Curator Javier

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘The Children of the New East’ in Tallinn

‘The Children of the New East’ seeks out for the non-existent memory of the children born after the pivotal events of the 1980s and 1990s, and these children’s place in a globalised culture. How does a generation of twenty-somethings view

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Zones of Indistinction’ at EAA Gallery

OGH began as a lifestyle brand which produced tools to aid in the (re/de)construction of a lifestyle, but for various reasons, this approach was almost immediately abandoned and OGH morphed into a lived project. The distinction between the two phases is

Operative Archive – redux of the Baltic Pavilion in Tallinn

A concentrate of The Baltic Pavilion – a joint exhibition that represented Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania at the 15th International Architecture Exhibition, la Biennale di Venezia 2016 – is now on display in Tallinn at the Design and Architecture Gallery.

Photo reportage from Kaido Ole’s solo exhibition at Tallinn Art Hall

CURATOR’S DISCLAIMER Anneli Porri What can I say to complement a painter who has more words than a writer, a better capacity for self-reflection than a psychoanalyst, a philosopher’s aspiration of capturing the absolute and a healthy dose of self-criticism

‘Fuchsia version 3 rebooted’ by Maria Metsalu at Konstanet

“Fuchsia version 3 rebooted” is the third edition of Maria Metsalu’s project “Fuchsia”. “Fuchsia 3” was launched at Club Konstanet in August 2016 with a live performance. Now Konstanet is presenting the online part of the project, a series of

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