On September 30th an exhibit of Estonian photography (Eesti Foto) wias opened in Amstelveen, the Netherlands within the framework of the IV International Photography Biennial GRID 2010. This is the most extensive exhibit introducing the works of Estonian photographers to ever be displayed in the Netherlands. The works on display are by four distinctive and fascinating Estonian photographers – Ruth Huimerind, Peeter Laurits, and Tiit and Ivar Veermäe.
Over 20 nations from all over the world are participating in the Photography Biennial GRID 2010. The public gets to see 80 projects that must reflect the most modern and creative trends in contemporary photography. There are 60 exhibits in total that can be viewed in galleries and less traditional settings all over Amsterdam and the surrounding areas. This was the first time Estonia was invited to the Biennial. The Estonian exhibit was realised thanks to co-operation between the Estonian Embassy in The Hague and the Netherlands’ Sociale Verzekeringsbank.
The exhibit will remain open until November 5th of this year.
Estonian Photography Exhibit in Amstelveen