Kristian Saks (b. 1976) is an Estonian photographer and translator. His photographic endeavours are mainly focused on analogue photography including its rare variant solargraphy, where exposure times are measured in weeks and months. The genre revolves around the sun and over the course of the exposure, the photosensitive paper records the scenery in front of the camera and the sun draws its daily path accorss the sky. To date he has captured the sun in a tin for more than four years which has taken close to 100 self made cameras.
The exhibit consists of large scale solargraphs, which are supported by visual elements.

September 5 – October 12, 2019
Opening in September 5 at 5: p.m.
At Photography gallery, Vasario 16-osios str. 11