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Photo: Kumu Art Museum

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11.11.2021 - 08.10.2022

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+372 6026000

kumu@ekm.ee

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Art in the Comfort Zone? The 2000s in Estonian Art

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The exhibition Art in the Comfort Zone? The 2000s in Estonian Art continues the series of exhibitions at the Kumu Art Museum dedicated to contemporary art which started with the project The X-files [Registry of the Nineties] in 2018 (curated by Eha Komissarov and Anders Härm). The current exhibition, based primarily on the contemporary art collections of the Art Museum of Estonia and the Tartu Art Museum, offers insights into the art of the noughties; it also sheds light on some less widely known works and ideas that were fully manifested only in the teens. The display is laid out in the form of dialogues between different topics, keywords and motifs, with the purpose of conveying the sensibilities, artists' positions and viewpoints characteristic of the art of the decade.

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11.11.2021 - 08.10.2022

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+372 6026000

kumu@ekm.ee

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