Art fair Foto Tallinn introduces its 9th edition

Art fair Foto Tallinn 2019 is taking place from September 27th to 29th as part of the Kai Art Center’s opening events. The fair will present the latest works by 35 Estonian and international artists, including photographs, video art, and spatial installations.


Foto Tallinn is dedicated to promoting and introducing contemporary photographic art. Being the only art fair in Estonia, Foto Tallinn offers artists a possibility to present their recent works, reach new audiences and form professional relationships. The fair also functions as a platform for facilitating and initiating international collaboration.


For our visitors, Foto Tallinn offers a great opportunity to see the latest contemporary photographic art. We invite everyone to take part in the fair’s diverse programme, which includes artist talks, panel discussions, performances, book launches and curated tours of the fair. Tours are held in Estonian, English and Russian. In addition to 35 artists exhibited in the main display, the fair includes 3 artists as part of its special projects pop-up programme.


Those interested in buying or collecting contemporary (photographic) art are welcome to take part in our special events for perspective collectors and/or ask for personal recommendations provided by our team.


List of the participating artists, galleries and project spaces can be found here.


Partners of Foto Tallinn 2019 are Artproof and Outset Estonia. Artproof sponsored a 5,000-euro production grant for one participating artist at Foto Tallinn who will present a new project at the fair. Outset Estonia will support purchases of 1–3 works by Estonian artists from the Foto Tallinn art fair.


Thank you: AkzoNobel, Art Museum of Estonia, Artproof,  Estonian Contemporary Art Development Center, Kampai, Lindermann, Birnbaum & Kasela, Outset Estonia, Prokontor, Tallinna Lauluväljak


Foto Tallinn is organized by Estonian Union of Photography Artists and it is part of the main programme of the Tallinn Photomonth contemporary art biennial.

Foto Tallinn