Camera of J. Pääsuke
Johannes Pääsuke worked as a photographer at the Estonian National Museum and from 1913 to 1914, he took thousands of pictures of the daily life of Estonian countrymen. The mobile pavilion of the ENM is a tribute to their hero. The sleeve and the object of the pavilion is a place of work for a photographer who, as the modern-time Pääsuke, collects the portrait photos and snapshots of national costumes of Estonians for the archives of the ENM. The carcass of the pavilion serves as a stand at outdoor events. The unit can be assembled, dismantled and transported by two people.