NOAR Nordic Baltic Art

Silvia Pärmann

About the artist

Silvia Pärmann (1979) is an Estonian photographer whose underlines the global problems that have been overlooked but which can no longer be bypassed. Silvia Pärmann is an Estonian photographer whose work points to the problems that have been overlooked but cannot be avoided anymore. Silvia's work focuses on the relationship and conflicts between human and the surrounding environment e.g. the situation in unrecognised countries or the ecological footprint of man on the planet.
Silvia Pärmann graduated Tartu university's Faculty of Law and has over the years completed several photography courses and workshops. Silvia Pärmann won the third place in the Pentax Portrait of the Year competition in 2018.

Recent exhibitions:
2016 Who I've Met So Far, solo exhibition, Gallery Positive, curated by Kristel Schwede
2017 Dialogs, group exhibition, Avangard Gallery, curated by Marian Kivila
2017 Life Experience, group exhibition, Tallinn Photo Museum (Tallinn City Museum), curated by Kaupo Kikkas
2018 Eye to Eye, group exhibition, Juhan Kuusi Dokfoto Center, curated by Annika Haas
2019 Without, solo exhibition, Gallery Positive, curated by Kristel Schwede
2019 Cool Landscapes, solo exhibition, Telliskivi Creative City's Out-door Gallery, curated by Heidi Paju
Fading million-dollar view  
€189
An unfinished road  
€189
A house by the sea  
€189