Art fair Foto Tallinn 2019 is taking place from September 27th to 29thas part of the Kai Art Center’s opening events. The fair will present the latest works by over 30 Estonian and international artists, including photographs, video art, and spatial installations.
Foto Tallinn 2019 introduces artists, galleries and project spaces based in Estonia, Georgia, The Netherlands, Iceland, Lithuania, Latvia, Germany, Singapore, Finland and Great Britain. In addition to 35 artists exhibited in the main display, the fair includes 4 artists as part of its special projects pop-up programme.
The artists presented at Foto Tallinn 2019 edition are Alexander Gronsky (EE/LV/RU | ISSP Gallery), Anna Kaarma (EE), Anna Katariina Träskelin (FI/SG), Annika Haas (EE), Bita Razavi (IR/FI/EE), Cloe Jancis (SE/EE), Diana Tamane (LV/EE), Erin Honeycutt (US/DE/IS | FLURR), Fabian Schroder (DE), Gleb Divov (LT | Okapi Gallery), Hedi Jaansoo (EE), Iveta Gabalina (LV | ISSP Gallery), Johanna Rannula(EE), Karel Koplimets (EE), Katrina Neiburga (LV | ISSP Gallery), Kert Viiart (EE/NL), Kirill Glushchenko (RU/DE), Kristina Õllek (EE/NL), Laura Kuusk (EE), Maret Sarapu (EE), Marge Monko (EE), Mari-Leen Kiipli (EE | Kogo Gallery), Maxim Mjödov (EE | Juhan Kuus Documentary Photography Centre), Paul Kuimet (EE | Narva Art Residency), Peeter Laurits (EE | Vaal Gallery), Rebecca Erin Moran (US/DE/IS | FLURR), Reinis Lismanis (LV/UK), Shalva Khakhanašvili (GE/FR | Okapi Gallery), Sigrid Viir (EE), Silvia Pärmann (EE | Juhan Kuus Documentary Photography Centre), Stella Baraklianou (GR/UK), Sten Eltermaa(EE), Temuri Hvingija (GE/EE | Okapi Gallery), Yasmin Nebenführ(AU/DE), Zura Arabidže (GE | Okapi Gallery).
Galleries and project spaces taking part of the fair are Okapi Gallery (EE), Kogo Gallery (EE), FLURR (DE), Juhan Kuus Documentary Photography Centre (EE), ISSP Gallery (LV), Vaal Gallery (EE) and Narva Art Residency (EE).
List of the artists, galleries and project spaces along with the images can be found here. Artists participating in the special projects pop-up programme will be announced mid-September with the fair programme.
Fair participants were selected by an international jury comprising Bruno Barsanti (IT, freelance curator and producer), Evita Goze (LV/ISSP Gallery and Self Publish Riga), Karin Laansoo (EE/Estonian Contemporary Art Development Center and Outset Estonia), Kati Ilves (EE/Kumu Art Museum) and Niekolaas Johannes Lekkerkerk (NL/The Office for Curating and A Tale of a Tub).
Foto Tallinn is supported by the Cultural Endowment of Estonia, Outset Estonia, Artproof and Estonian Contemporary Art Center.