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12/11/2021 – 17/04/2022

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

Kumu Art Museum
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Marko Mäetamm. Verine maja VI. 2004. Eesti Kunstimuuseum
Marko Mäetamm. Bleeding House VI. 2004. Art Museum of Estonia
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12/11/2021 – 17/04/2022

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

Kumu Art Museum
Adult: Kumu Art Museum
€10
  • Family: Kumu Art Museum
    €20
  • Discount: Kumu Art Museum
    €7
  • Annual card: Kumu Art Museum
    €45
  • Combined: for all branches of the Art Museum of Estonia
    €28
  • Combined: for the branches of the Art Museum of Estonia in Kadriorg
    €18
  • Combined family: for the branches of the Art Museum of Estonia in Kadriorg
    €32
  • Gift: Kumu Art Museum
    €10
  • Annual card: Art Museum of Estonia
    €101
  • Family gift: Kumu Art Museum
    €20
  • Combined family: for all branches of the Art Museum of Estonia
    €45
  • Support virtual projects of the Art Museum of Estonia
    €5
  • Adult with donation: Art Museum of Estonia
    €12
Exhibition

Location 5th floor, Gallery of Contemporary Art

The exhibition begins where the 2018 overview of 1990s Estonian art The X-Files [Registry of the Nineties] ended. The keywords of the new decade were economic boom, professionalisation and internationalisation, which, in hindsight, have been collectively summarised as “normalisation”. The exhibition observes how these trends were expressed in the art of the era and what the main positions and themes of the authors were.

Curators: Eha Komissarov, Triin Tulgiste