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Imaginary Spaces and Urban Visions. Highlights of Japanese Animation
4th floor, B-wing
Since the success of Akira (1988) and Ghost in the Shell (1995), the Japanese anime film has been one of the most important milestones of global pop culture. The exhibition includes original drawings from Japan's most important anime artists and directors. These works, produced between 1987 and 2009, are being displayed for the first time as individual works of art, separate from their role in the production process of the films.
Classics of the Modernist Era. Jaan Koort
3rd floor, B-wing
A survey of the work of the Estonian modernist sculptor, painter and ceramicist Jaan Koort (1883–1935), who worked in Paris at the beginning of the 20th century.
5th floor, Gallery of Contemporary Art
The exhibition includes the multifaceted work of Raoul Kurvitz (b. 1961): videos, performances, paintings, installations and much more from the late 1980s to the present day. Kurvitz works in various media, and the range of topics that interest him is wide: from philosophy to pop culture. The exhibition brings Kurvitz's most noteworthy works to viewers, and many of his works are today among the classics of Estonian contemporary art.