The Tallinn Art Hall Foundation is a contemporary art institution established in 1934 with an exhibition programme in three galleries on the central square of Tallinn – the Tallinn Art Hall, the Art Hall Gallery and the nearby City Gallery. Tallinn Art Hall addresses the most pressing issues in contemporary art and society, provides a fascinating programme for contemporary audiences and helps artists create new exhibitions and works. They hold 20 to 24 exhibitions a year, making their one of the largest art producers in Estonia. They are part of the larger international contemporary art scene and mediate an active exchange of ideas between local and international art scenes and audiences. In addition, they also organise exhibitions abroad. When putting together their programme they value being contemporary, international, well-curated and engaging different generations. In addition to exhibitions, our programme also features performances, concerts, talks and many other interesting events.