About the artist
Eve Kask (1958) is an Estonian artist engaged in interdisciplinary practices that include printmaking, artist’s book, installation and anthropological documentary (such as exhibitions and documentary videos). Her works have been described as subconscious, symbolist, feminist/feminine, erotic, expressive, mythical. During the last decades she has turned her attention to photographic projects and published three books: ’Käsmu, its people and houses’ (2003), ’A Complete Guide to Estonian Bus Stops’(2008) and ’101 / Casting Their Eyes’(2011). A member of the Estonian Artists' Union and Estonian Printmakers' Association.