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Building the Tartu-Petser railway r1928-1931
Early Estonian photography - 1850-1912
Catalogue: Salt paper photos from Estonian History Museum
Houses in Rakvere - For the last two years Rakvere Citizen's museum has presented the most interesting houses of Rakvere. Materials for this exhibition were gathered from the archives of Museums of Virumaa. In the year 2008 the exhibition was called Old wooden houses of Rakvere and the photos were taken by the photographer Tairo Lutter. In the year 2009 the exhibition was called Stone houses of Rakvere and the photos were made by Arvet Mägi.
Available only in Estonian.
Klaasilaste ürgisa. Maks Roosma 100
Restored Estonia - Restoring the Cultural Heritage of the Estonian Republic from the 1920s and the 1930s
Much like the exhibition 'Restored Baroque Art in the Baltic States', which accompanied the 2nd Triennial Meeting in 1990, Restored Estonia is a thematic exhibition. The exhibition is dedicated to the 90th Anniversary of the Republic of Estonia. It is also a recognition of the people who have saved objects originating from pre-Soviet Estonia, despite many hardships and dangers; naturally, the exhibition also gives credit to those who have restored these objects. Without the work of conservators, the physical existence of the objects reflecting the first decades of the Estonian Republic would be threatened - no longer by Soviet occupation, but by the transitory nature of all material things. The unavoidable fact is that the exhibition features only a small fraction of the restored cultural heritage from the 1920s-1930s. An exhibition of 90 display pieces quite obviously cannot capture all the facets of this heritage. That is why the exhibition focuses on two subjects which perhaps provide the greatest contrast to Soviet Estonia - political insignia and domestic culture.
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Collection of glass objects - from Järvakandi Klaasimuuseum (Järvakandi Glass Museum).
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Surprise! Surprise! Art from non-art-museums - art pieces from non-art-museum collections.
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Estonian Modernism 1900-1930 - exhibition introduces one of the most interesting and intriguing times in Estonian art. During these years, Estonian art became an inseparable part of our national culture and came into contact with European avant garde. These years of the age of storm and turmoil are introduced through the works of eight Estonian artists: Nikolai Triik, Konrad Mägi, Aleksander Tassa, Ado Vabbe, Anton Starkopf, Jaan Vahtra, Märt Laarman ja Eduard Wiiralt.
Available only in Estonian.