Tallinn Photomonth


Tallinn Photomonth is an international biennial of contemporary art, which features work that spans all disciplines and looks at developments in art and society.

Contemporary art biennial

Noah Emanuel Morrison


Vent Space Project Room (Vabaduse väljak 6–8, Tallinn)

Vent Space Project Room (Vabaduse väljak 6–8, Tallinn)
Open: every day 12.00–19.00
Opening 17.10.2023 at 18.00, finissage 24.10.2023 at 18.00
Free entrance
No wheelchair access


‘NNNNNNNNNNNN’ will showcase images, video, performance and sculpture reflecting on the artist’s experiences in Tallinn within the spatial and discursive legacies of two works of anti-Black graffiti from the city’s past and present – “Neegrid Eestist Välja” from the early 1990’s and the “NGR, NGRS, NGRZ” series from the present day. This is the artist’s first solo exhibition.

Noah Emanuel Morrison (b. 1995) is a lens-based artist from New York City, currently enrolled in the Masters of Contemporary Art program at the Estonian Academy of Arts and the Masters of Photography program at Aalto University. His practice centers on identity, belonging, and the construction of desire. His work has been exhibited across North America and Europe, including at the Neutra Gallery and Museum in Los Angeles, ULM in Tallinn, and Urban Culture Festival in Oulu.