In GRAND CONCERT, an art exhibition dedicated to the centenary of the Republic of Estonia, artist Raul Meel presents his prints, which have been drawn, printed mechanically with a typewriter or digitally on a computer, along with his visual-sound text pictures and texts. The works deal mostly with the identity of civilisations, and primarily the Estonian identity. The exhibition includes a large number of the artist’s recent graphic works, along with his earlier graphic art, which has a patriotic message and most of which caused scandals and bans during the Soviet period. Raul Meel’s book art, which he started producing in the 1970s and still continues to actively work with, are also on display. All of the 46 works can be read or browsed.