Permanent exhibition

The Future is in One Hour: Estonian Art in the 1990s

Kumu Art Museum
Adult – Kumu Art Museum
€10
  • Family ticket Kumu Art Museum
    €20
  • Concessions – Kumu Art Museum
    €7
  • Combined family ticket: all branches of the Art Museum of Estonia
    €40
  • Adult – Contemporary Art Exhibition at Kumu
    €6
  • Concessions – Contemporary Art Exhibition at Kumu
    €4
  • Combined family ticket: the branches of the Art Museum of Estonia in Kadriorg
    €24
  • Kumu annual pass
    €45
  • Combined ticket: all branches of the Art Museum of Estonia
    €30
  • Combined ticket: the branches of the Art Museum of Estonia in Kadriorg
    €16
  • Gift ticket Kumu Art Museum
    €10
  • Support virtual projects of the Art Museum of Estonia
    €5
  • Sponsor ticket Art Museum of Estonia
    €12
Raoul Kurvitz. Pentatonic Colour System II. Programme 01 and 03. 1994/1999. Installation. Art Museum of Estonia
Raoul Kurvitz. Pentatonic Colour System II. Programme 01 and 03. 1994/1999. Installation. Art Museum of Estonia
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Permanent exhibition

The Future is in One Hour: Estonian Art in the 1990s

Kumu Art Museum
Adult – Kumu Art Museum
€10
  • Family ticket Kumu Art Museum
    €20
  • Concessions – Kumu Art Museum
    €7
  • Combined family ticket: all branches of the Art Museum of Estonia
    €40
  • Adult – Contemporary Art Exhibition at Kumu
    €6
  • Concessions – Contemporary Art Exhibition at Kumu
    €4
  • Combined family ticket: the branches of the Art Museum of Estonia in Kadriorg
    €24
  • Kumu annual pass
    €45
  • Combined ticket: all branches of the Art Museum of Estonia
    €30
  • Combined ticket: the branches of the Art Museum of Estonia in Kadriorg
    €16
  • Gift ticket Kumu Art Museum
    €10
  • Support virtual projects of the Art Museum of Estonia
    €5
  • Sponsor ticket Art Museum of Estonia
    €12
Permanent exhibition

Location: 4th floor, B-wing 

The permanent exhibition The Future is in One Hour: Estonian Art in the 1990s is focused on the pivotal 1990s in Estonian art. The exhibition examines the new phenomena and art forms that developed during the period of the restoration of independence, and focuses on new media, photo and video art, and installations. The permanent exhibition includes works by several significant and influential artists who gave the 1990s their tenor. The title of the exhibition is derived from a song by the cult band J.M.K.E. and refers to a period of social and cultural change when expectations and hopes were focused on the future.

Curator: Eha Komissarov

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