Toomas Volmer

Draakoni Gallery

Draakoni primarily shows work by young Estonian artists, with foreign art exhibitions a few times a year. The "inside of the Dragon" usually contains pictures in various techniques, often 3D objects as well, and performance art events are organised from time to time downstairs in the cellar room. The gallery's salesroom has a large selection of contemporary Estonian prints, paintings and photographs. The gallery, founded in 1983, is located in the Old Town in an Art Nouveau building featuring dragons in the facade. It is run by the Estonian Artists' Association.
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Liina Viira

Swedish-Estonian designer Liina Viira plays with traditional Estonian patterns and interprets those along the lines of contemporary street fashion. The result is a knitwear collection featuring bold colours and fashionable cuts. The selection includes: dresses, sweaters, jackets, leggings, skirts, mittens, wrist-warmers, leg-warmers, beanies, caps, scarves and bags. The designer's creations follow the principles of using natural materials and sustainable production processes. All items are made of pure wool and made by skilled Estonian craftsmen.
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Rotermann Quarter

For a true taste of 21st century Tallinn, take a stroll through this factory area turned bustling commercial/cultural centre. Its avant-garde architecture stands as a powerful symbol of just how far the city has come in re-inventing itself in recent times. Until just a few years ago, the Rotermann factory area between Old Town and the Passenger Port was little more than a collection of dilapidated buildings, discarded leftovers of late 19th and early 20th-century industry. Now the area has been magnificently-restored and serves as home to a number of shops and restaurants, as well as an active cultural scene. The quarter's main square is often used for festivals and outdoor performances.
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