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International award for Donna Criminale by Ulla Karttunen

Ulla Karttunen: Donna Criminale, Taboo, Galleria Poggiali & Forconi

Donna Criminale was the winner of the Best Project award, in the international contemporary art prize Taboo. Ulla Karttunen’s project Donna Criminale includes a hanged toilet paper goddess, series of digital collages and a book.

The finalists’ exhibition was shown at Galleria Poggiali & Forconi in Florence, Italy. The 12 other finalists were from eg. Italy, USA, Great Britain, Ireland, Switzerland, South Africa and Singapore. The winner of the Best Single Work was Steve Salo from Australia.

Taboo called for artworks that spark thoughtful investigation on taboos. The show was curated and the finalists were chosen by the directors of Galleria Poggiali & Forconi; the winners were voted by finalists themselves. The prize, organised by Celeste Network, was participated by almost 900 artists from all over the globe.

Ulla Karttunen: Donna Criminale, Taboo, Galleria Poggiali & ForconiTaboo-exhibition Florence, in the left Ulla Karttunen's artwork Donna CriminaleTaboo, Galleria Poggiali & ForconiTaboo exhibition in Florence, at the galleria Poggiali & Forconi. In the left Antonella Cinelli’s painting, in the right Nicolas Vionnet’s installation, in the end Ulla Karttunen’s installation.



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