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Udujutt / Fogspeak: 13 jewellery artists from Estonia in Riga

Exhibition  /  TravellingExhibition  /  29 Mar 2019  -  19 Apr 2019
 
Published: 06.02.2019
Kadri Mälk. Brooch: Sapateiras, 2017. Moleskin, black tourmalines, white sapphire, London blue topaz, darkened silver 925.. Photo by: Kadri Mälk. Kadri Mälk works with precious metals, and she makes no compromises – either in choice of material or her interpretation of it in the form of a piece of jewellery. Mälk’s work gives off impressions of melancholic verse as it expresses her interest in the beauty of the darker passions.. Kadri Mälk
Brooch: Sapateiras, 2017
Moleskin, black tourmalines, white sapphire, London blue topaz, darkened silver 925.
Photo by: Kadri Mälk
Kadri Mälk works with precious metals, and she makes no compromises – either in choice of material or her interpretation of it in the form of a piece of jewellery. Mälk’s work gives off impressions of melancholic verse as it expresses her interest in the beauty of the darker passions.

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Intro
Estonian contemporary jewelry artists will exhibit their artwork at the group exhibition.
The dense fog reduces visibility but strengthens beauty. It warns our insecurities but opens new perspectives. Fog is volatile though tangible. It allows us to feel the ethereal un gives us space to breath. Gray-toned verticals and foggy conversations will be created by a group of contemporary jewellery artists from Estonia at Art gallery Putti.