On February 18, the pivotal Kumu Art Museum opened its doors to the public. The massive, seven-storey complex serves as the new home of the Art Museum of Estonia and houses the largest permanent exhibition of Estonian art in the nation’s history.
The ultra-modern museum contains three floors of exhibition space, totalling a full 5000 m2 in area. The permanent exhibition on the third floor presents the classics of Estonian art from the 18th century to 1945, the fourth floor is devoted to art created during the 1945-1991 period, and the fifth floor is occupied by contemporary art exhibitions, which are international and versatile in terms of genre.
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