From the 12th of June the exhibition “Silver Girls. Retouched History of Photography” can be visited in Tartu Art Museum. The exhibition introduces a selection of ten early women photographers from Estonia and Latvia and places them into the company of three contemporary European artists who contemplate over the lost and the neglected in our visual history.
Photography is commonly believed to document the world as it is. Similarly, archives and historical collections are believed to represent imagined universal truths. On closer inspection, however, it turns o...
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