Karel Kravik is an independent Estonian photographic artist whose work has been displayed in Estonian galleries and abroad.
He has won several national and international awards. Karel Kravik’s “Blood Unquiet” is a personal version of his childhood, from bits and pieces he remembers and finds important.
“These are the moments that gave me butterflies in my stomach or shivers down my spine,” explains Kravik. “All my struggles, urges, dreams, and desires. Moments that have defined much of my later life and who I am now.”
The exhibition is supported by Artproof and the Cultural Endowment of Estonia. Curated by Kaupo Kikkas.
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