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“The Amber of Tutankhamun” – the Closing “Amber Vein” Exhibition
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4
Foto: Mārtiņš Otto, Rīga 2014 - We work with NIKON D4

The amazing “Riga 2014” exhibition “The Amber of Tutankhamun” will be on show at the Art Museum Riga Bourse from the 15th of November to the 25th of January. The exhibition is one of the main events in the kaleidoscope of exhibitions in the 2014 European Capital of Culture, highlighting the international dimension of the “Amber Vein” thematic line that goes back through the centuries. The name of the project is a metaphor and does not imply that the treasures of Tutankhamun are actually displayed at the Riga Bourse. It pays homage to the legend about a small piece of amber found in the tomb of Tutankhamun, on the pharaoh’s chest. Baltic experts believe that it may be amber from the shores of the Baltic Sea that was meant to protect the body of the pharaoh.

Published: 15-11-2014
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