Date(s) - 22nd Feb 2020 - 23rd Feb 2020
10:00 pm - 4:00 am
TOM OF FINLAND Untitled (Preparatory for finished drawing #77.08, Aarno Nurmi as model), 1977, Graphite on paper, 12″x8″ © 1977-2020 Tom of Finland Foundation
Tom of Finland
Tom of Finland is regarded as a role model in the fight for a more equal and fair world.
He contributed to the sense of pride that became a major force in the early gay movement.
Tom’s men are proud, happy, and confident.
Tom of Finland (born Touko Laaksonen)
has primarily been known as a creator of drawings, his principal medium being graphite,
but only a few are aware that he was also an active and
This year marks 100 years since the artist was born in Finland and
Fotografiska Tallinn will premier its newest photo exhibition
Our exhibition halls will be the first to bring audiences
Tom of Finland’s photography which is produced by
Fotografiska in collaboration with Tom of Finland Foundation.
The exhibition will be opened with a special tour by curator
INCLUDES ENTRANCE TO EXHIBITION
Starts at 23:00 following curator’s talk.
21st Feb 2020 – 19th Jul 2020 @ All Day – EXTENDED RUN As of today, 11th May, Fotografiska Tallinn’s doors have been reopened to visitors seven days a week. It is also possible to book a visit to Fotografiska in advance so that everyone can visit the exhibitions safely. The gift shop and cafe with an […]
23rd Feb 2020 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm – Fotografiska Cinema will screen director Dome Karukoski’s film Tom of Finland (2017) which portrays the life of one of 20th century’s most remarkable persona. A guided tour will be held at The Darkroom exhibition prior to the screening. Guided photo tour 16:00 Fotografiska Cinema […]
Tom of Finland (born Touko Laaksonen, 1920-1991), had a long and international career. Today he’s primarily known as a creator of drawings, his principal medium being graphite, and few are aware that he was also an active and multifaceted photographer. This exhibition is the first one to focus on Tom as a photographer, simultaneously emphasizing… View Article