Louis Thompson & Sophie Thomas | Marianne Anselin | Ambroise Degenève | Marine Dominiczak | Fabiana Gadano | Karen Gay | Bérénice Noël | Karin Roy Andersson | Agathe Saint Girons | Annie Sibert | Aisegul Telli | Claire Wolfstirn
The Closer Gallery, Beijing presented its summer show of 2020, Samples of Moments, by Chinese artist Li Yi from September 6–13, 2020.
Gallery Loupe presents One World: 40 Artists Respond to Covid-19, an online exhibition of pendants inspired by the Covid-19 pandemic. Throughout history, jewelry has often served as touchstones for health and well-being, charms for good luck, or symbols of faith in a better future. The novel coronavirus, with its fearsome implications and daily inconveniences, has
The Danish Arts Foundation’s main mission is to support Danish artists and ensure that citizens from all over the country can experience high quality art. With the Danish Jewellery Box exhibition, the foundation wants both to showcase both the significance and development of contemporary Danish jewelry art and pay tribute to the German Danish Cultural
Werke und Tage/Works and Days, at the Staatliche Antikensammlungen, contrasts contemporary Danish jewelry from the Danish Arts Foundation’s collection with ancient works of art from the Munich collections, linking together past and present and attesting to how the universal practice of adorning oneself has characterized humankind through every era. The Jewellery Collection of the Danish
An exhibition review, by Reet Varblane, of Bulldog, featuring jewelry by Kadri Mälk. “After having visited the exhibition of Kadri Mälk, the title and short foreword of the book of Clarissa Pinkola Estés ‘Women Who Run with the Wolves’ started to haunt me: ‘We are all filled with a longing for the wild. There are few
An exhibition review, by Heie Marie Treier, of Bulldog, featuring the work of Kadri Mälk. Originally published in The Estonian art quarterly KUNST.EE 2020, No. 4, pp. 74–76., translated here into English. “If anyone can be considered a mystic in Estonian art, it is Kadri Mälk. The almost sculptural jewellery exhibited at the exhibition “Bulldog” at the