A rare bond: 12 years of the Kursi School

  • 1999-11-11
  • By Joseph Enge
TARTU - Almost 12 years ago, four artists came together in Tartu to form the Kursi School. They started clean, without having compromised with the Soviet system or used it as a crutch. Nor did they have any family tradition in art to rely upon, simply pure talent. They believed then, and now, that you do not become an artist by going to university and getting a degree. Rather, it is a God-given gift to be nurtured. The original four artists, Ilmar Kruusamae, Priit Pangsepp, Peter Allik and Albert Gulk, joined by Marko Maetamm and Reiu Tuur in 1993, have been proving their point while defini...
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