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Louisa Guinness Gallery opens first solo exhibition in the UK of Alexander Calder's jewellery

Louisa Guinness Gallery presents the first solo exhibition in the UK of Alexander Calder?s jewellery: The Boldness of Calder. The exhibition brings together major pieces of Calder jewellery from around the world, presented amongst iconic images of the jewellery being worn on notable women throughout history, as well as contemporary images commissioned especially for the show.
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