New art center opens on Tallinn’s waterfront

New art center opens on Tallinn’s waterfront

Kai Art Center

(1) Kai Art Center. Image courtesy Kai Art Center, Tallinn. Photo: Tõnu Tunnel, 2019. (2) Sam Smith. Lithic Choreographies (film still), 2018. Image courtesy the artist. (3) Raphaele Shirley. Image courtesy the artist. (4) Sandra Kosorotova, Project presented at Nida Art Colony in March 2019. Photo: Andrej Vasilenko. Image courtesy the artist and Nida Art Colony.

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