Indrek Galetin (born 1987, Tartu, Estonia) studied photography at the London South Bank University, completing a BA in 2017. He works mainly on portrait and fashion series focused on questioning the notion of beauty and gender standards. Indrek's photographic works have been featured in an array of international publications. He lives and works in London.

In his home country Indrek is renowned for his controversial pieces, the highlight being his charity solo exhibition ‘Amour - Vahet pole’: launched in 2008, it was inspired by the idea of love and relationships between people regardless of whether they are straight, gay or bisexual. The exhibition was well received by the Estonian press and as a result all of the photos were sold at auction, raising a record-breaking amount that was donated to the Estonian AIDS Prevention Centre in support of their vital work.


2015 - 2017 BA(Hons) in Photography, London South Bank University, School of Arts & Creative Industries
2013 - 2015 HND in Photography, London College of Contemporary Arts
1998 - 2007 Foundation Studies in Art, Tallinn Art Gymnasium

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2019 Undefined Perfection, Estonian Museum of Photography, Tallinn
2009 Amour - Lemmikloomade eri (Special Love to Animals), Rotermann Quarter, Tallinn
2008 Amour - Vahet pole (No Matter Who You Love), Lounge Stereo, Tallinn
2008 Eludraama, Estonian National Library, Tallinn

Selected Group Exhibitions

2018 Selected Portraits, Faith Inc Gallery, London
2017 Undefined Perfection, Borough Road Gallery, London
2017 Abstraction, Borough Road Gallery, London
2016 The Ultra-Ego, VFDalston, London
2015 Beyond Fashion, Gender & Sexuality, Hoxton Basement Gallery, London
2015 The Ultra-Ego, LCCA Gallery, London
2014 Selected Portraits, LCCA Gallery, London

Selected Public Collections

Museum of Photography, Tallinn, Estonia