Driven by the guiding force of curiosity, experimentation and collaboration, the Estonian artist Jaanus Samma has in recent years emerged as one of Estonia’s most recognised international artists. Each project that Samma lays his hands on takes the form of an investigation. In 2015, he represented Estonia at the 56th Venice Biennale with his project “NSFW. A Chairman’s Tale”. The work, an installation comprising of a collection of objects, a timeline and videos, discusses the status of gay people during the Soviet occupation of Estonia, presenting an encom...
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