Feminist exhibitions and curatorial practices in the Baltic countries

Katrin Kivimaa

Recent years have seen the increasing popularity of feminist curatorial analysis within the study of contemporary art, inspired by exhibitions in the central Western art institutions. The present article will cover the history of feminist exhibitions in the three Baltic countries starting from the mid-1990s to 2012, tracing a content- based and generational continuity that characterizes the phenomenon, despite uneven development patterns. e article specifically focuses on Estonia where the history of feminist art and feminist political agenda have had a most significant impact on the curatorial practice.