Tallinn. New Estonian Art magazine.

30.11.2007

In the latest issue of the Estonian Institute’s English-language magazine Estonian Art,  Mari Laanemets, Airi Triisberg, Catherine Hemelryk, Julija Fomina, Valentinas Klimašauskas and Maria-Kristiina Soomre tackle the social-cultural causes and results of the amazingly brisk art life in Estonia. Kaido Ole talks about Leonhard Lapin as a painter, Anne Untera takes a look at the world of Gottlieb Welté, a talented artist who worked in Estonia at the end of the 18th century.
 
The architectural section presents new architecture of Estonian educational establishments by Mihkel Karu; Triin Ojari examines the problems connected with the coastal area of Tallinn. Mart Kalm gives an overview of Olev Siinmaa’s villa in Pärnu that has been skilfully restored.

Peeter Laurits interviews Neeme Külm; Mari Laaniste analyses the work of Priit Pärn and Maris Takk introduces the interior design of Vello Tamm and Väino Asi. There are also the traditional overviews of recent art books and future exhibitions.

The biannual magazine Estonian Art is supported by the Estonian Cultural Endowment and is published since 1997. The authors include art critics, art historians and artists in Estonia and elsewhere. The editors are Liina Siib and Eero Epner.

Information: Karel Zova

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