Tiffany & Co. announces the opening of the exhibition “Culture of Creativity” at The Landmark in New York

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Tiffany & Co. presents “Culture of Creativity”, the inaugural exhibition at The Landmark, its iconic Fifth Avenue store in New York. Architect Peter Marino, known for his multifaceted relationship in art, has brought his private collection from the Peter Marino Art Foundation to Tiffany’s exposition space in the 10-story flagship.  

The exhibition promises an immersive experience, featuring nearly 70 contemporary meticulously curated artworks, as well as Peter Marino’s collection of Tiffany & Co. sterling silver masterpieces from the 1880s. The exhibition brings together works by renowned artists including Jean-Michel Basquiat, Damien Hirst and Louis Comfort Tiffany. More than an exhibition, “Culture of Creativity” is an affirmation of style, a reflection of Peter Marino’s identity. The walls of The Landmark become pages on which a spectacular story recounts profound passion, superb taste and an intimate knowledge of the art world. In his choice of artworks, Peter Marino exhibits his predilection for boldness, color and a certain narrative complexity that challenges and delights the viewer.  

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 “Culture of Creativity goes beyond a simpe exhibition,” says Tiffany & Co. Chief Executive Officer Anthony Ledru. “It’s a celebration of creativity in all its forms, an exploration of the inspiration and artistic expression that have shaped Tiffany & Co.’s identity since its founding in 1837.” 

“Culture of Creativity” offers a look at the artistic heritage of the House, which for over a century has championed the visual arts through partnerships with trailblazers such as Jean Schlumberger, Paloma Picasso or Andy Warhol.  

The exhibition celebrates Tiffany & Co.’s ongoing dedication to fostering artistic expression, anchoring The Landmark’s status as a New York cultural hub.