Tallinn Photomonth satellite programme features 18 projects taking place across the city

Laura Kuusk and Camille Laurelli Silent session, 2019. Photo: Laura Kuusk

This year the contemporary art biennial Tallinn Photomonth takes place from 6 September to 3 November. Tallinn Photomonth opens its fifth edition and alongside its international group exhibitions features a satellite programme in various locations across Tallinn both in private and public spaces. The projects in the satellite programme explore themes that complement the biennial’s main programme – anxiety and adaptation in the contemporary world, interrelations between ownership, belonging and responsibility and recent developments in lens-based culture.

From 40 applications the jury – Marten Esko, Kulla Laas, Kadri Laas-Lepasepp, Kristel Raesaar and Laura Toots – selected 18 events to be featured in the biennial’s satellite programme. The diverse programme includes eight solo and three group exhibitions, four public artworks, a book launch and party, and two artist talks, one of which includes portfolio reviews.

Dénes Farkas
solo exhibition | Temnikova & Kasela

Camille Laurelli and Andrejs Rusinovskijs
exhibition | LVLup! Estonian Video Games Museum

Marge Monko
artwork in the public space | the facade of ARS Art Factory

Arne Maasik
solo exhibition | Telliskivi railway renovation building and Gallery Metropol

Aap Tepper
solo exhibition | Film Archive of the National Archives of Estonia

Kai Kaljo
solo exhibition | Gallery Positiiv

Yang Fudong
solo exhibition | Fotografiska Tallinn

Georgs Avetisjans
solo exhibition | Museum of Photography

Riin-Kärt Ranne with Juliane Schwarz and Narva Art Residency
book launch | Café Narva
24.09.2019 17:00

Karel Koplimets and KORDON Art Residency
video installation | Port Noblessner

Krista Mölder
solo exhibition | the showroom gallery at ARS Art Factory

Helena Keskküla, Seoyoung Lee,
Juliaan Andeweg, Ellen Vene,
curated by Madli Ehasalu
group show | Gallery Mihhail

Hans Soosaar and Kalamaja Museum
exhibition in public space | streets of Kalamaja

Laura Kuusk and Camille Laurelli
artwork in the public space | various locations in Tallinn
time will be announced just before the event

Sanni Seppo and Annika Haas
lecture and portfolio review | Juhan Kuus Documentary Photo Centre
05.10.2019 12:00

Andre Joosep Arming, Hanna-Liisa Lavonen, Carol Piibur, Mari-Liis Sõrg,
curated by Kleer-Keret Tali
group exhibition | EKA Gallery

Anna Pazucha, Anna Tamm, Gerda Nurk, Hans Jakob Väär, Jana Mätas, Kristiina Aarna, Lisann Lillevere,
curated by Kati Ots and Aksel Haagensen
group exhibition | Vent Space x EKA Foto

Tanja Muravskaja
artist talk with curator Elnara Taidre | Kumu Art Museum
26.10.2019 14:00  

Exhibitions in the main programme open on consecutive weekends: 6 September at Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia, 13 September at Tallinn Art Hall and 20 September at the brand-new Kai Art Center. At the end of September, an event-filled professional week will be held alongside the art fair Foto Tallinn and the first screening of artist films in the Sõprus cinema.