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April 10, 2013

Acquisitions Of The Latvian National Museum Of Art

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Acquisitions Of The Latvian National Museum Of Art

From 16th of January till February 17th exibition “The Museum Chooses. Acquisitions of the Latvian National Museum of Art in 2012”, which displays 17 items bought by Latvian National Museum of Art for its collection is taking place at Museum of Decorative Arts and Design.

Following items acquired have been chosen from respective author’s personal exhibitions at Art gallery “Putti”.

Valdis Brože (1974)

Jewelry set, 2012

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Māris Šustiņš. (1970)

Jewelry set. 2012

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Necklace “Planētu parāde” (“Parade of planets”).

Titanium, silver, precious stones, forming, welding, straightening,

soldering, casting (mixed techniques), heat treatment

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Ring „Mazā planēta” (“Little planet”).

Titanium, author’s technique

Ring „2012”.

Titanium, precious stone (Ceylon sapphire), author’s technique

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Anna Fanigina. (1973)

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      Brooch OMNIA MUTANTUR, NIHIL INTERIT.I.(Everything changes, nothing gets lost).2009

Silver, gold, amethysts, topaz, rock crystal, zircon, old glasses,

photo (India, Ganges), author’s technique

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Brooch OMNIA MUTANTUR, NIHIL INTERIT.II. (Everything changes, nothing gets lost). 2009

Silver, gold, garnets, clouded quartz, sapphire, zircon, aquamarine, glass, photography (France, 1926), author’s technique

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