100 one colour offset printed images in the book Konspekteeritud ruum. Tõnis Saadoja laemaal Teater NO99s.
Eesti monumentaalmaal 1879–2012 (2012)
93 duotone offset printed images in the book Notes on Space. Monumantal Painting in Estonia 1947–2012 (2017)
38 framed silver gelatin prints on aluminium composite, each 39 × 39 cm (2013)
30 billboard images in the public space of Kassel, Germany; curated by Eva-Maria Offermann & Jacob Birken (2017)
Monumental painting location research: Gregor Taul
Texts in the books: Gregor Taul, Aliina Astrova, Eero Epner
Booklet essay for the exhibition at Kumu Art Museum: Daniel C Blight
Exhibition design at Kumu Art Museum: Tõnis Saadoja
Graphic design for books and exhibition at Kumu Art Museum: Indrek Sirkel
Notes on Space is a series of photographs that gives an overview of art in public space in Estonia before the so-called one percent law came into force. It concentrates largely on the Soviet-era “synthesis of the arts” and the fate of the works in the working class lunch rooms, cultural houses and apartment buildings under capitalism. To give equal emphasis to the murals and the spaces that they inhabit, the series was photographed in black and white. The project was initiated after painter Tõnis Saadoja was comissioned to create a ceiling painting for Theater NO99 in Tallinn. In addition to documenting the making-of process of his new work, which was to be published as a book of photographs, a research project into the history of Estonian monumental painting was launched by art historian Gregor Taul. What was initially a side-project grew in size to become the most comprehensive overview of the history of monumental painting in Estonia. In addition to the book format, the work has also been presented as an exhibition of silver gelatin prints and as a billboard project in public space. For each presentation, the selection and display structure of the images has been altered in response to the institutional context of the exhibition site.