22 September – 16 October 2011

Boris Mikhailov‘s first photo series date back to the 1970s and 1980s and they are characterised by the critical satire for the Soviet regime. After the collapse of the Empire, he has documented the poverty and social problems in Ukraine. … Read more about the event

1 October – 30 October 2011

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30 Galerii Edmonton

6 October – 30 October 2011

The Experimental gallery of Photo Month showcases installations that use photography in experimental way. Photo installation Surveillance Anu Lilp and Alis Mäesalu City residents are nowadays under constant surveillance. They are monitored semi-secretly or publicly, municipally or privately. The eyes of … Read more about the event

6 October – 25 October 2011

Exhibition of Estonian artist Jaan Klõšeiko shows his unpublished documentary photography, which has been shot in Vabaduse Square (Freedom Square in English) throughout the years – from Soviet times until today. Jaan Klõšeiko, a well-known graphic designer in Estonian cultural circles, has … Read more about the event

7 October – 8 January 2012

Opening: 6 October at 5 pm Time: 7 October 2011 – 8 January 2012 Venue: Kumu Art Museum (Weizenbergi 34 / Valge 1) Address: Weizenbergi 34 / Valge 1, 10127 Tallinn Contact phone: info tel. +372 602 6000 Ticket information: … Read more about the event

8 October – 4 March 2012

Exhibition about Estonian photography from the first known pictures from the 1850s until the birth of Estonian cinematography in 1912. Historic photographs vividly reflect the rapid developments in Estonian society and environment in the second half of the 19th century and … Read more about the event

8 October – 20 November 2011

NB! 8 October at 2 pm, a special guided tour in Tallinn Art Hall – Baltic artists introduce themselves, their works and the exhibition! The exhibition is a part of the project Re:Searching the Baltics, aimed at reviewing photography used … Read more about the event

18 October – 22 October 2011

Asula 12 – Tõnu Tunnel Pebre 8 – Krõõt Tarkmeel Vana-Posti 2 / Harju 3 – Tiit Sokk Paavli 3 – 22; 21.10. at 5 pm cup of tea with Reio Aare and Jane Ilm Kalevi 18 – 12; 21.10. … Read more about the event

21 October – 13 November 2011

  Taking its title from the 1978 book by Primo Levi, this exhibition brings together a group of artists who have responded conceptually to the challenge of articulating loss through photography.  The works expand on the idea that the medium and … Read more about the event

Fotomess Rotermanni kvartalis 29.-30. oktoober 2010. Andres Toodo loeng.

28 October – 30 October 2011

Held second time this year, Fair of Photographic Art aims to introduce Estonian photography artists and their work, as well as create connections between artists, art collectors and buyers. The fair not only offers a nice overview of the situation … Read more about the event

Off Program

Näituse "___ ___ ______" plakat

10 September – 31 October 2011

The new exhibition venue in Photo Museum, a tiny courtyard of former Town Hall, generates a kind of creative déjà vu feeling to the artist. In September 1992, Ly Lestberg‘s first extensive personal exhibition The Earthly Sky, consisting of nudes … Read more about the event

tallinn_tosin_paar0

22 September – 20 November 2011

The exhibition reflects the author’s subjective perspective on developments and undevelopments in the city of Tallinn in 12 years. The first photos of the Tallinn city area were captured in 1998, followed by photographs of the same places in 2010. … Read more about the event

23 September – 11 October 2011

The presence of photography is often contingent in the works, referring to the images in our memory and imagination. Most of those works have been completed especially for this exhibition. * Jewellery is like a drop, brittle of rare and … Read more about the event

29 September – 1 December 2011

The Estonian Annual Prize for Photography was founded upon the initiative of Peeter Tooming. It was designed to mark the most outstanding work of photography in the past year. The winner was decided by a competent jury, while the prize money came … Read more about the event

Suure Sotsialistliku Oktoobrirevolutsiooni 50. aastapäeva tähistamise rongkäik Võidu väljakul.

3 October – 31 December 2011

The exhibition by Estonian Film Archives reflects the Soviet propaganda through press photography, moving image and sound recordings. The exhibited material covers the time from the invasion of Soviet troops in January 1944 to the year 1984 when the Soviet … Read more about the event

4 October – 15 October 2011

Our exhibition is about relationships that can grow out of dreams and disappointments, which can hit us when these dreams fall to pieces. Epp Kubu‘s photo series Let’s Go Boating and Drown! fills some secret dreams by eight older gentlemen … Read more about the event

Stillkaader videost Parvlemispraktikad. Sissejuhatus / Flocking Practices. Intro

6 October – 17 October 2011

Iti Kasser‘s first solo exhibition Flocking Practices emanates from the motive and the behaviour logic of a flock that forms abstract and dynamic patterns. A flock of birds is like a unified organism that can instantaneously and perfectly co-ordinately manoeuvre … Read more about the event

Foto sarjast Orando et laborando

7 October – 4 November 2011

The photography chair of The Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design presents works by its graduates and postgraduates. The selection stands for trends in photography, media and arts, which are considered to be relevant and up to date – trends … Read more about the event

8 October – 22 October 2011

Wim Lamboo (1949) and Inge Baauw (1970) have been co-operating since 1989 and have shown their works together at home and abroad. Together or individually, they have worked in Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia, Middle and Eastern Europe and the Netherlands. … Read more about the event

28 October – 11 December 2011

Since the beginning of the 21st Century, more than half of the world’s population are living in cities. Metropolis – City Life in the Urban Age shows the many faces of the modern city. Never in history has the number … Read more about the event