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Estonian arts in A Shade Colder
Soviet history
  • 72 pages 
  • Published in Tallinn 
  • 255mm x 195mm 

An arts magazine published in Estonia, A Shade Colder presents a strange and beautiful version of Estonian creativity that draws upon influences from across the Baltic states and beyond. Russia looms large, making frequent appearances via mentions of Estonia’s Soviet past, and concern at the war in Ukraine, contributing to a totally original editorial vision.
In this issue:


  • Estonian sculptor Edith Karlson on her impulsive approach to creativity
  • How should arts institutions express solidarity in wartime?
  • Drag kings and queens – inside the Baltic drag scene
  • Luxury and defiance as seen in Estonian private houses from the 1980s
  • And the Soviet struggles of Estonian artist Ülo Sooster
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