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NOBA Nordic Baltic contemporary art platform

DeStudio ”Hangover”

In the summer exhibition season, Fotografiska Tallinn will be surprising visitors with a display of Estonian photography from the 1990s. Visitors will get to see the ‘Hangover’ (‘Pohmelus’) exhibition, the first comprehensive retrospective of creations by the DeStudio art group. The combination of Herkki-Erich Merila and Peeter Laurits behind the…
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Helene Schmitz ”Thinking Like a Mountain”

In the exhibition Thinking Like a Mountain, Helene Schmitz manages to convey a nature's call for help and a severe critique of human exploitation, through stunningly beautiful large-scale photography.
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Ellen von Unwerth Devotion! 30 Years of Photographing Women

The exhibition Devotion! 30 Years of Photographing Women is presented in series reflecting some emotional expressions: love, play, power, gender, lust, passion and drama. Here, your perception of the real world will be jolted. What is up and what is down, what is pleasurably sexy, what looks reprehensible and why…
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Evelyn Bencicova ”Merror”

The exhibition Merror (error/mirror) at Fotografiska smoulders with a feeling of discomfort as well as enjoyment and as such attracts the viewer. Sterile, minimalist, cool and stripped-down scenarios that simultaneously pulsate with flow and energy.
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Anders Petersen ”Color Lehmitz”

By one of the most legendary Swedish photographers Anders Petersen exhibition "Color Lehmitz" is intimate and honest series of photographs from the 1960s put Petersen on the map among Europe's most recognised photographers.
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Places Beyond by Erik Johansson

Young 35-year-old artist combines photography and dreaming in his work. The exhibition offers its viewers the possibility to think how the images pictured in the photographs connect with their own wishes and thirst for freedom. Johansson is a wizard who manages to create something familiar and tangible, yet leaves room…
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Welcome Home | Alex Prager

Up to the end of November, Fotografika Tallinn hosts an exhibition Welcome Home by the American photographer and film director Alex Prager. The exhibition plays on nostalgia, memories and reconstruction of reality, telling viewers unrepeatable stories to the extent that the melodramatic scenes make the photographs seemingly alive.
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Waterproof Heart

Ignas Pavliukevičius is a young Lithuanian new media artist who combines his fascination with technology with interactive media and contemporary art. Technological innovation is leading artificial intelligence into a more accurate representation of the human mind, emotions and physical appearance. Automatisation and digitalisation shape the meaning of what it takes …
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Tom of Finland ”The Darkroom”

Tom of Finland is the artist name of Finnish Touko Laaksonen (1920, Kaarina – 1991, Helsinki). He signed his erotic work “Tom”, and when his drawings were first published in 1957, the now world-famous “Tom of Finland” was born. He is known for his homoerotic art and for his influence …
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Bryan Adams ”Exposed”

In the late nineties Bryan Adams became curious about making photographic self-portraits for his album covers, and so chose to pick up the camera himself. That serendipitous decision was the beginning of a successful photographic career, parallel to Adams’ impressive achievements as a singer, songwriter and producer. "Exposed" is a …
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Tom of Finland. The Darkroom

Tom of Finland (Touko Laaksonen), world famous sketch artist of homoerotic art depicted extremely masculine men with muscles as big as their erection, and self-confidence to spare. However, not too many people know that Tom of Finland took photographs of his friends and partners to use as inspiration for his…
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Sebastião Salgado Gold

The exhibition Gold showcases the iconic photographs Sebastião Salgado took in the Serra Pelada gold mine in Brazil back in 1986. This famous series will be presented in its entirety, gripping viewers with its unique biblical quality and powerful, universal narrative of the human condition.
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