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Tallinn Photomonth ‘21 Artists’ Film Programme “Diplopia” at Cinema Sõprus

Introductive talk by Julian Ross: 24.09.2021 at 5pmScreenings: 26.09 & 10.10.2021 at 5 pmOpening: 4.30 pm, screenings are followed by an artist talk. Free entrance. Artists:Anto Astudillo, Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Su-Chen Hung, Saodat Ismailova, Myriam Jacob-Allard, Maryam Jafri, Piibe Kolka, Simon Liu, Rikuro Miyai, Kristina Norman, Morgan Quaintance, Mika Taanila, Keiichi Tanaami Curators:Len Murusalu and Julian … Continued

Beginning in September, Tallinn Photomonth ‘21 offers a diverse satellite programme

The satellite programme for the contemporary art biennial Tallinn Photomonth ‘21 offers a variety of experiences including exhibitions, discussions, walks, workshops and field trips. This year, the open competition for the satellite programme received 59 projects from Estonia and abroad, from which the jury selected 19. Photomonth satellite projects will take place in different locations … Continued

Opening of the Main Exhibition “Intensive Places”

Intensive PlacesContemporary Art Museum of Estonia (EKKM)3.09.21–17.10.2021Curated by The Creative Association of Curators TOK/ Anna Bitkina and Maria Veits Intensive places, the main exhibition of the 6th Tallinn Photomonth biennial, will span across the city starting from September 3. Curated by The Creative Association of Curators TOK / Anna Bitkina and Maria Veits it will … Continued

Art fair Foto Tallinn introduces its 10th edition

Art fair Foto Tallinn 2021 takes place from September 2nd to 5th at Kai Art Center. The fair is  dedicated to introducing a wide range of contemporary photography, and its 10th edition will feature the latest works by 37 Estonian and international participants. The fair welcomes artists and galleries from 12 different countries across the … Continued

Foto Tallinn 2021 announces participants

Art fair Foto Tallinn 2021, taking place from September 2nd to 5th at Kai Art Center, will present the latest works by 37 Estonian and international artists. Foto Tallinn is dedicated to introducing a wide range of the newest contemporary photography. As one of the main events of the 6th Tallinn Photomonth Biennial, the fair offers exhibiting artists, galleries and … Continued

Tallinn Photomonth ’21 announces its main programme

Tallinn Photomonth is the city’s biennial of contemporary art and visual culture, one of the biggest art events in Estonia. Founded in 2011, it broadly examines the developments in art and society across all artistic practices.  For its 6th edition, which takes place between September 1 and October 17, 2021, the biennial will investigate current … Continued

Art fair Foto Tallinn is now accepting applications

Open Call

Tallinn Photomonth ’21 satellite programme is looking for community-based and collective initiatives

The biennial of contemporary art, Tallinn Photomonth ’21 (1 September to 17 October 2021) is pleased to announce an open call for satellite programme projects. We welcome collectives, artists, curators, researchers, designers, writers and transdisciplinary thinkers to enter. Projects may be proposed by established organizations and new platforms. Exhibitions, book launches, art performances, walks, book … Continued

TOK will curate Tallinn Photomonth’s main exhibition at EKKM

The new directors of the biennial, Kulla Laas and Merilin Talumaa, together with the selection committee, are pleased to announce TOK Creative Association of Curators as the winners of a closed curatorial competition for the 6th edition of Tallinn Photomonth biennial’s main exhibition that will be presented at Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia (EKKM) between … Continued

1.09.–17.10.2021 Tallinn Photomonth contemporary art biennial in Tallinn, Estonia

Tallinn Photomonth wishes you a happy and bright New Year! The team of Photomonth is pleased to announce that the contemporary art biennial will take place for the 6th time from September 1 to October 17, 2021. The new directors of the Tallinn Photomonth biennial are Kulla Laas and Merilin Talumaa, who have both been … Continued