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'Return to Innocence' at the Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia (EKKM)

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Edith Karlson

'Return to Innocence'

ceramics 19×37cm 2021

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Edith Karlson

'Return to Innocence'

ceramics, clay, terra cotta 2021

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Edith Karlson

'Return to Innocence'

ceramics, clay, terra cotta 2021

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Edith Karlson

'Return to Innocence'

ceramics, clay, terra cotta 2021

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Exhibiting on all three floors of the museum, Karlson turns her gaze towards the darker, filthier, funnier and gentler side of existence. The exhibition rooms at EKKM are transformed into spaces, where we come across all sorts of unexpected objects – terracotta eternity and Virgin Mary, an orchid and a bell jar, a tiny Christ and never-ending Enya. In addition to Karlson’s original pieces, the show also includes artworks from the Art Museum of Estonia, the Estonian History Museum, the Tartu City Museum and the archaeological research collection of the Tallinn University.
Curated by Eero Epner
Photos: Paul Kuimet

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