Stockholm-based internationally renowned Fotografiska will open its new location in Telliskivi Creative City on June 20. The gallery or meeting place is known for bringing the world's best photography to its walls, and Tallinn is no exception. The aim of this urban meeting place is to redefine the traditional museum space, where visitors are invited to linger and become inspired. Fotografiska includes exhibition and event spaces, a bar, café, gift shop, and restaurant. The restaurant, run by one of Estonia's top chefs Peeter Pihel, is located on the sixth floor, offering panoramic views of the city. The restaurant's concept is 'sustainable pleasure', which combines top quality dining using sustainable ingredients with a zero waste policy. June 20 - September 8: Jimmy Nelson's (UK) 'Homage to Humanity', June 20 - September 15: 'In Character' by Anja Niemi (Norway), June 20 - September 8: 'Distant Land' by Pentti Sammallahti (Finland) and June 20 - September 15: 'Anna-Stina Treumund: Lilli, Reed, Frieda, Sabine, Eha, Malle, Alfred, Rein, Mari' by Anna-Stina Treumund (Estonia).