Daniel Arsham in Tiffany

by Alain Chivilò

 

Daniel Arsham for Tiffany & Co. created a limited edition T1 bracelet and bust inspired by his Venus of Arles sculpture.

The limited series includes 186 customized T1 bracelets in 18k white gold with tsavorites and diamonds. Each piece was crafted as a tribute to Tiffany & Co.’s 186 years of excellent craftsmanship. The Tiffany T1 bracelet, a talisman of strength, individual courage and power, is meticulously hand-set with 105 diamonds.

The eroded bronze sculpture of the Venus of Arles by Daniel Arsham, also in a limited edition, began as a conception from the artist’s visit to the Louvre museum. The sculpture was first presented at the Vision & Virtuosity by Tiffany & Co. exhibition in 2022 at the Saatchi Gallery in London.

Daniel Arsham (Cleveland 8 September 1980) is the artist who achieved notoriety and covers for his house museum, a former fire station in Soho New York, the Bronze Eroded Venus of Arles sculpture in the staircase of the new Tiffany & Co flagship. Fifth Avenue NY, the color Arsham Green, the Porsche inside his studio, the twentieth commercial anniversary with the Perrotin gallery and football Inter team in Milano. Daniel Arsham is an artist of sculptures and installations that take up updated archaeological forms. He sculpture, painting, cinema, architecture and performance in installation concepts for objects and forms divided between peeling, corroded and calcified elements. In 2004 he designed the stage for the work entitled eyeSpace at the Miami Performing Arts Center through the American choreographer Merce Cunningham.

 

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