Where do curators come from?

Artel, Rael
January 2015
Estonian Art;2015, Issue 1, p9
The article talks about the role of art curators in Estonia focusing on the importance of educating curators, challenges faced by curators, and mentions the names of art curators such as Eha Komissarov, Peeter Linnap, and Mari Sobolev.


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