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Nature Morte. Cherries and a Skeleton by Ketli Tiitsar and Kristi Paap

Book presentation  /  Schmuck - MJW 2016  /  25 Feb 2016  -  27 Feb 2016
Published: 12.02.2016
Nature Morte. Cherries and a Skeleton by Ketli Tiitsar and Kristi Paap.
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Management:
Sylvia Katzwinkel
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Intro
The process of creating combinations of no longer living organic materials such as wood and cherry stones, reflecting and examining their natural and cultural properties and turning the materials into jewellery, is something that is driven purely by our experience.
 

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Kristi Paap, Ketli Tiitsar
We met more than 20 years ago while studying in the Estonian Academy of Arts Department of Jewellery and Blacksmithing. For almost 10 years, we were closely connected with the F.F.F.F. group of artists and had many both group and solo exhibits. Besides making jewellery and our friendship, we both work for the Estonian Museum of Applied Art and Design, where we see each other every week. In spite of that, our conversations rarely touch on our personal work. A year ago, as we were preparing for our latest joint exhibition, we had the idea of exploring the basic principles of our work in the form of written correspondence and decided to make an artists’ book.
 
A book gives an overview of the jewellery created by us over the last five years, accompanying essays by art historian Merike Alber. Also includes views of our latest joint exhibition “Nature morte”. / Ketli Tiitsar & Kristi Paap

Opening: 25.Feb. at 19:00h
 
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