Swedish Swish: A Bold New Jewelry Show

Saturday, April 29, 2017

On Wednesday, May 3rd, Reinstein Ross Gallery will be unveiling a new showcase of contemporary Swedish jewelry. Curated by the Swedish collector art historian Inger Wästberg, the exhibition is the first in the United States by designers Ingrid Bärndal, Agnieszka Knap, Åsa Lockner, Hedvig Westermark and Jelizaveta Suska. The opening will take place from 6-8 PM at 30 Gansevoort street. Wästberg will be on hand at the opening.


Agnieszka Knap

Found in the Forest, Necklace, 2017

Wood, painted aluminum, silver, onyx, silk


Ingrid Bärndal 

Four Seasons #1, Necklace, 2017

Silver, aventurine, tourmaline, pearls, PLA


Jelizaveta Suska

Frozen Valentine, Brooch, 2017

Polymer, 14K gold, crushed marble, crystal, titanium


Hedvig Westermark 

Parts of Nature, Brooch, 2015

18K gold, silver, agate, chrome diopside



Åsa Lockner 

Crown Jewels 17:1, Necklace, 2017

Silver, agate, prehnite, chalcedony, lapis, moss agate, quartz and serpentine



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