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  • - 03/19/2018

    "Precious Art Deco Objects" exhibition

    The collection, amassed for the Princess Catherine Aleya Aga Khan, wife of the Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan, features some incredible masterpieces, attesting to a remarkable innovativeness, imagination, skills and savoir faire.

     

    These precious objects, whose craftsmanship was as important as their function, were specially designed for the first wave of ‘liberated’ women in the 1920s: women who smoked, enjoyed going out, applied make-up in public and dare publically keeping an eye on their watch. 

     

    The exhibition at L’École, School of Jewelry Arts showcases the multiple Chinese, Japanese, Persian and European influences on these exceptional Art Deco objects.

     

    Free entrance April 4th to 25th

    From Monday to Saturday, 12 pm -7 pm

     

    Venue: L’École, School of Jewelry  Arts

    31, rue Danielle Casanova, 75001 Paris

    News - Image - "Precious Art Deco Objects" exhibition

    The collection, amassed for the Princess Catherine Aleya Aga Khan, wife of the Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan, features some incredible masterpieces, attesting to a remarkable innovativeness, imagination, skills and savoir faire.

     

    These precious objects, whose craftsmanship was as important as their function, were specially designed for the first wave of ‘liberated’ women in the 1920s: women who smoked, enjoyed going out, applied make-up in public and dare publically keeping an eye on their watch. 

     

    The exhibition at L’École, School of Jewelry Arts showcases the multiple Chinese, Japanese, Persian and European influences on these exceptional Art Deco objects.

     

    Free entrance April 4th to 25th

    From Monday to Saturday, 12 pm -7 pm

     

    Venue: L’École, School of Jewelry  Arts

    31, rue Danielle Casanova, 75001 Paris

  • - 01/10/2018

    Exhibition "the Fabulous Destiny of Tavernier’s Diamonds"

    The exhibition organized by L’École, School of Jewelry Arts, with the support of Van Cleef & Arpels, tells the story of the diamonds acquired by Louis XIV from the travelling merchant Jean-Baptiste Tavernier in 1668. 

     

    Amongst the several thousand diamonds brought from India by Tavernier and offered to the Sun King, twenty stood out for their breathtaking beauty. Although nobody can say what has become of them, everyone knows how magnificent they were. L'Ecole presents exceptional replicas. 

     

    Permanent exhibition. Free access from January 23rd to 31st 2018, then on appointment.

    From Monday to Friday, from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. 

     

    We invite you to registrer to the 2 conferences held for the occasion:

     

    Thursday, 18th January from 7:30 pm: Jean-Baptiste Tavernier, a life led in adventures and diamonds during the 17th century. 

     

    Thursday, 25th January from 7:30 pm: Jean-Baptiste Tavernier (1605-1689): rediscovered treasures. 

     

    Venue: L’École, School of Jewelry  Arts

    31, rue Danielle Casanova, 75001 Paris

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    The exhibition organized by L’École, School of Jewelry Arts, with the support of Van Cleef & Arpels, tells the story of the diamonds acquired by Louis XIV from the travelling merchant Jean-Baptiste Tavernier in 1668. 

     

    Amongst the several thousand diamonds brought from India by Tavernier and offered to the Sun King, twenty stood out for their breathtaking beauty. Although nobody can say what has become of them, everyone knows how magnificent they were. L'Ecole presents exceptional replicas. 

     

    Permanent exhibition. Free access from January 23rd to 31st 2018, then on appointment.

    From Monday to Friday, from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. 

     

    We invite you to registrer to the 2 conferences held for the occasion:

     

    Thursday, 18th January from 7:30 pm: Jean-Baptiste Tavernier, a life led in adventures and diamonds during the 17th century. 

     

    Thursday, 25th January from 7:30 pm: Jean-Baptiste Tavernier (1605-1689): rediscovered treasures. 

     

    Venue: L’École, School of Jewelry  Arts

    31, rue Danielle Casanova, 75001 Paris

  • - 06/19/2017

    Van Cleef & Arpels at Masterpiece London 2017

    On the occasion of its third appearance at the Masterpiece London fair, from June 29th to July 5th, 2017, Van Cleef & Arpels presents the Automate Fée Ondine alongside contemporary High Jewelry pieces and the Heritage collection. Visitors will be able to discover the first Extraordinary Object of the Maison, in which its enchanting world and vision of the Poetry of Time® finds expression.

     

    This unique piece is the fruit of long years’ work and an intense collaboration with automaton maker François Junod, along with numerous craftsmen brought together for the project.

    News - Image - Van Cleef & Arpels at Masterpiece London 2017

    On the occasion of its third appearance at the Masterpiece London fair, from June 29th to July 5th, 2017, Van Cleef & Arpels presents the Automate Fée Ondine alongside contemporary High Jewelry pieces and the Heritage collection. Visitors will be able to discover the first Extraordinary Object of the Maison, in which its enchanting world and vision of the Poetry of Time® finds expression.

     

    This unique piece is the fruit of long years’ work and an intense collaboration with automaton maker François Junod, along with numerous craftsmen brought together for the project.

  • - 05/22/2017

    L.A. Dance Project in Marfa, Texas

    Starting May 22nd, the Chinati Foundation, a contemporary Art Museum in Marfa Texas, will host a series of performances by L.A. Dance Project, supported by Van Cleef & Aprels. 

     

    L.A. Dance Project was co-founded in 2012 by the dancer and choreographer Benjamin Millepied to create new work in collaboration with visual artists, musicians, designers, film directors, and composers.

     

    More information:

    Live stream performance in situ at the Chinati Foundation, on May 27th, May 28th, and May 29th :

    - live stream accessible on the Chinati Foundation's website

    - hosted on Periscope at 2pm (Central Time) / 9pm (CEST, GMT+2)

     

    The Chinati Foundation

    1 Cavalry Row, PO Box 1135, Marfa, Texas 79843

    Open every Wednesday through Sunday from 9am to 5pm

    www.chinati.org.

    News - Image - L.A. Dance Project in Marfa, Texas

    Starting May 22nd, the Chinati Foundation, a contemporary Art Museum in Marfa Texas, will host a series of performances by L.A. Dance Project, supported by Van Cleef & Aprels. 

     

    L.A. Dance Project was co-founded in 2012 by the dancer and choreographer Benjamin Millepied to create new work in collaboration with visual artists, musicians, designers, film directors, and composers.

     

    More information:

    Live stream performance in situ at the Chinati Foundation, on May 27th, May 28th, and May 29th :

    - live stream accessible on the Chinati Foundation's website

    - hosted on Periscope at 2pm (Central Time) / 9pm (CEST, GMT+2)

     

    The Chinati Foundation

    1 Cavalry Row, PO Box 1135, Marfa, Texas 79843

    Open every Wednesday through Sunday from 9am to 5pm

    www.chinati.org.

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