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Tallinn Photomonth ’17

International contemporary art biennial Tallinn Photomonth ’17 introduces its programme by international and Estonian artists at various art venues in Tallinn and Narva.

Tallinn Photomonth opens on 1 September with the group exhibition Image Drain curated by Anthea Buys at Tallinn Art Hall and the Museum of Photography.

Other exhibition spaces: ARS Project Space, Draakon Gallery, Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia, Hobusepea Gallery, Exhibition space at the Kanuti Gild Saal, Kumu Art Museum, Art Hall Gallery, Mihhail Gallery, Narva Art Gallery, Narva Art Residency, Puänt Bookshop, Tallinn City Gallery, Telliskivi Creative City, Temnikova & Kasela Gallery, Vaal Gallery, Freedom Square and various artist studios in Tallinn.

One of the integral events in the main programme is the Estonian Photographic Art Fair (29 September – 1 October) being the first and only contemporary art fair in Estonia. This year’s fair introduces the works of 38 artists, five galleries and five project spaces. It is possible to purchase artworks and complement one's personal art collection at the fair.

The central component of Photomonth is its public and education programme highlighting connections between exhibitions and expanding topics relevant to the programme. Public events include lectures, book launches, artist talks, guided tours, workshops and an education programme for schools.

The topics of this years biennial will be further introduced in the visual culture special edition of newspaper Müürileht published in September.

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