Annika Toots (b. 1985) is an art and photography historian, curator and editor living and working in Tallinn. In her research she is mainly interested in artistic practices that deal with materialising the past and representations of landscape, focusing primarily on photography. She is a lecturer on photography theory and history at the Estonian Academy of Arts. Her more recent research projects include working with the vast number of glass negatives by the Estonian photographer Jaan Riet (1873–1952) at the Film Archive of the National Archives of Estonia and exploring questions of digital photographic heritage. She has edited art-related magazines such as Estonian Art (2019–2021) and Studies on Art and Architecture (2021–present), and co-edited books: Artists’ Spaces: 16 studio visits (2017), Displaced Time (2021) and Your Time Is My Time (2023).