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Pre-Birth. The 2nd Wave - Jewelry Exhibition at Fashion Museum
7.02.2017 15:01
Pre-Birth. The 2nd Wave - Jewelry Exhibition at Fashion Museum

From February 5 to 26 the Fashion Museum in Moscow is holding the Pre-Birth exhibition.

      It is the one and only project showing the process of jewelry taking birth, from an idea to a final product. The exposition presents pencil and paint sketches, as well as computer 3D images and waxed papers.

      The visitors will see sketches of works by the famous Russian jewelry artists, including Dasha Namdakova, Inessa Kovalyova, Tina Khmelnitskaya, and Aleksandra Korytova.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Fashion Museum Exhibitions in Moscow    

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