Owner of this little cozy and alternative art gallery called “Kalaranna Kultuurikuur” or in short form just „KaKu“ in between the museums, the harbor and the Linnahall is the curator Andres Mesner. He offers Estonian handmade creative crafts of several types and styles. There are paintings, linoleum prints, collages or clothes but the artists change and he hosts basically everything which is extraordinary and Estonian of course. At our visit he presented doings from Toomas Kuusing, Toivo Freemann Pitt, Lepatminu, Alvar Reisner, Kristian Holm and Steve Vanoni. In an audio interview the Andreas Mesner tells about is gallery, the art scene in Tallinn and his passion for ice carving. The conversation with many photos is as well written down in the article at Vagabundler.

Full article: vagabundler.com/estonia/kaku

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