Tallinn Art Hall


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Tallinn Art Hall is a central art space on the main square – Vabaduse (Freedom) square in Tallinn. Art Hall was opened in 1934. The modern building was designed by Estonian architects Anton Soans and Egdar Johan Kuusik.

Art Hall is run by Tallinn Art Hall Foundation. The main activity of the Tallinn Art Hall is to organize contemporary art exhibitions. There are three exhibition spaces: main hall (8 Vabaduse Square, four rooms, altogether ca 500 m2) and two galleries: Art Hall Gallery (6 Vabaduse Square) and City Gallery (13 Harju Str).

The main focus of Tallinn Art Hall exhibition program is Estonian art, but there have been also significant foreign art exhibitions. In the galleries also younger generation of Estonian artists have been shown regularly. Each year in all three Art Hall spaces more than 30 exhibitions are held, attracting alltoghether around 50 000 visitors a year. In 2014 the 80-anniversary of Art Hall will be celebrated with a big exhibition where Art Hall collection will be displayed.

塔林艺术厅是塔林的中央广场Vabaduse(自由)广场上的中心艺术空间,于1934年开放。这一现代建筑是由爱沙尼亚建筑师Anton Soans和Egdar Johan Kuusik设计的。