Kadri Mälk arnoldsche Hunt Leib Talinn Estland Book launch August 2020

Kadri Mälk – Hunt:

Book presentation at restaurant Leib, Tallinn (EST), 30.8.2020, 6 p.m. Kadri Mälk presents her publication HUNT: (an ambiguous term that works in English, just as it means “wolf” in Estonian), in which she focuses for the first time on her own collection of contemporary artists’ jewellery. Since jewellery is meant to be worn, not only … Read more

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Under the ambiguous term HUNT (English: the hunt; Estonian: the wolf), Kadri Mälk unites her collection of contemporary art jewellery. As a lone wolf, the Estonian artist and teacher compiled the pieces in her eternal hunt for beauty, mystery and creativity. Since jewellery is designed to be worn, Mälk’s fellow artists are not only immortalised … Read more

Eyes as big as plates Karoline Hjorth Riitta Ikonen photography Fotografie Inszenierung Natur nature antropozän antropocene


The ongoing photography series Eyes as Big as Plates by Karoline Hjorth and Riitta Ikonen started out in 2011 studying personifications of nature and folkloric explanations of natural phenomena. A decade later it has evolved into a continual search for modern human’s belonging in nature, taking the Norwegian-Finnish artist duo to fifteen countries on a … Read more

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arnoldsche at SCHMUCK Munich

We are happy to present two publications in the realm of SCHMUCK Munich:   Contemporary Jewellery in Portugal Friday, 13.3.2020, 10:30 a.m. Jewellery artist and author Cristina Filipe will present her comprehensive publication     HUNT: Kadri Mälk’s Jewellery Collection Saturday, 14.3.2020, 12 noon Estonian jewellery artist Kadri Mälk will give an indroduction to her … Read more

Marion Wettstein NAGA TEXTILES


Design, Technique, Meaning and Effect of a Local Craft Tradition in Northeast India

Alban von Stockhausen IMAG(IN)ING THE NAGAS


The Pictorial Ethnography of Hans-Eberhard Kauffmann and Christoph von Fürer-Haimendorf

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