“Formation – every end is the beginning of something new” is thesis exhibition for the photography studies of the Tallinn Polytechnic School and opening takes place on 18th of April, 17:00 in the Museum of Photography, Raekoja 4/6 Tallinn.
“Formation – every end is the beginning of something new” is the exhibition title of the graduation thesis exhibition for the photography studies of the Tallinn Polytechnic School.
The exhibition is like a photographic explosion of the 15 distinct photography students’ work that take you on a time travel through the students’ development into a professional photographer.
Chaos and order that is reflected in the works shows the varied personalities, approaches and genres of the students.
Thanks to the love of photography, many of the graduates have found their calling and merged their hobby and work.
Exhibited are a selection of the required portfolio works for the 4th degree of the professional exam. Every photographer had the choice of selecting their favourite themes from the 13 compulsory topics.
The purpose of the exhibition is to bring attention to the photography studies at the Tallinn Polytechnic School where among other disciplines, analog photography, composition and technology are taught. See more at https://www.tptlive.ee/course/fotograaf/
Photographers: Rebecca Vigur, Elena Vareiko, Sirli Kirst, Merili Kevvai, Elina Poll-Riives, Villem Sooster, Aivo Liinsoo, Toni Läänsalu, Hans-Kristen Sapas, Miia Kiho, Daria Kamenshchikova, Teele Engaste, Remo Tõnismäe, Maarika Roosi, Karl H. Arras.
In addition to the graduate works, the photography projects of the next generation of young students are displayed in the small hall.
photo: Villem Sooster
photo: Miia Kiho
photo: Sirli Kirst
photo: Toni Läänsalu