New pop art museum PoCo set to open doors in Tallinn
The pop art museum PoCo, opening in late May, will explode with the works of Warhol, Banksy, Koons, Lichtenstein, Haring, Hirst, Murakami, Wesselman, Kusama and other world-famous artists. Equally iconic, Lapin, Mäetamm, Nukke, Egs, Ivanovs and a number of young talents are featured.
PoCo is located in Tallinn’s Rotermann quarter, which in itself is a post-modern work of art, where 19th-century industrial architecture and a modern pillared arch of glass surfaces merge together. The creator of the museum is Linnar Viik, an IT visionary and one of the ideologues of the Estonian digital state. The museum is largely based on Linnar Viigi’s personal collection of pop art, which is constantly supplemented by other private collections..
Events can also be organized in the PoCo premises. The rooms can accommodate 50 people in a theater style, 100 people for a stand-up reception. Booking and additional information: email@example.com