Online | Exhibition 'Hocus Pocus Zero Focus' by Kennet Lekko at

2021 04 05 — 2021 05 10
Author Echo Gone Wrong
Published in Events in Estonia


Ever feel lost and out of focus? Stressed and depressed? Confused with life, people and relationships? Doubtful if you are on the right path and constantly worrying about the future? Anxious for no rational reason? Ashamed? Lost and lonely? Broke? Questioning the meaning of EVERYTHING? Horny? 😛 Feel that nobody understands your struggles? Comparing yourself to others? Over- thinking? Over-drinking? Worried about your family? Your health? Your sanity? Having trouble motivating yourself to get out of bed? Is everything so overwhelming that you have no clue how to move on? Or why to move on? Or where to move on to? 😱

Don’t give up just yet. If you were looking for a sign this is it. We might have a solution to your problems. It’s a magic trick, you know, hocus pocus and so on. ✨😲✨ Don’t worry, it’s not a scam. We are not trying to sell you anything. But you have to believe and take it seriously. VERY seriously.

Soo, are you in or are you in?

Trust me. It won’t hurt. We have dolphins. Everybody likes dolphins, right? 🐬 💖 🐬

Enter the exhibition

Kennet Lekko is an up-and-coming artist from Tallinn, Estonia, living and working in Berlin. At first glance Lekko’s paintings might seem fast and overpacked with randomly associated imagery, but on closer inspection they turn out to be complex symbolic networks reflecting the contemporary struggle of finding one’s place in modern society. In a manner fitting to the times when selfie culture is running wild and everyone seems to be more self-obsessed than ever his starting point comes from observing these processes and his personal experience regarding these dynamics. Lekko, while criticising and often being ironic about the superficial and digital-passive generation of the Millennials, is at the same time aware of himself being a part and being influenced by his own times.

The artist thanks Ian-Simon Märjama and RAM – Rebel Art Management.
The exhibition is supported by Cultural Endowment of Estonia.