Tiffany & Co. Collaborates with Artist Daniel Arsham to Create a Limited Series of Sculptures

Tiffany & Co. Collaborates with Artist Daniel Arsham to Create a Limited Series of Sculptures

Tiffany & Co. Collaborates with Artist Daniel Arsham to Create a Limited Series of Sculptures

The art exhibit honoring Tiffany's timelessness and Ashram's contemporary style is available to view at the Tiffany Flagship Next Door in New York City.

The art exhibit honoring Tiffany's timelessness and Ashram's contemporary style is available to view at the Tiffany Flagship Next Door in New York City.

Text: Addison Aloian

Tiffany & Co. has teamed up with New York-based contemporary artist Daniel Arsham to unveil a series of 49 bronze sculptures titled Blue Box, Circa 3021, on display in New York City. The pieces honor both Tiffany and Arsham, designed in a custom hand-finished patina that matches both Tiffany blue and the Arsham Studio color. Some of the artworks include the Bronze Eroded Tiffany Blue Box ®, featuring different pieces of gold, the art-handling crate, complete with bolted closings, and the Archival Tiffany Blue Box with text engravings.

Courtesy of Toby McFarlan Pond

The Bronze Eroded Tiffany Blue Box® is Arsham’s newest addition to his “Future Archeological” art series, in which his aim is to take modern objects and reimagine them to look futurized. Not only is he successful in bridging the past, present, and future together through these pieces of art, but he also succeeds in directly connecting them with Tiffany’s heritage and history. Tiffany has been at the height of jewelry fashion since they were founded in 1837, and Arsham continues to help them stand out among competitors through his ability to produce art that showcases Tiffany’s timelessness in a rough, but refined way.

“I always gravitate towards items that are immediately culturally recognizable. The Tiffany Blue Box® has that power,” Daniel Arsham said to Tiffany. “I wanted to address it in a way different than how it was originally intended by giving it a distressed, aged quality which represents its history, how much of a fixture it is in our world today, and how it will continue to be relevant decades, even centuries from now.”

Courtesy of Zander Taketomo

Within the Bronze Eroded Tiffany Blue Box® is a limited-edition Tiffany Knot x Arsham Studio bracelet, set in 18k white gold with diamonds and tsavorites. This bracelet celebrates the city of New York, as it contains a chain link which is modern and shiny, but it also is a tribute to the signature hue that the brand and artist share, through the color of the tsavorite, which Tiffany originally introduced as a legacy gemstone in 1974.

Courtesy of Toby McFarlan Pond

The collaboration is available for viewing on the main floor of the Tiffany Flagship Next Door in New York City, where Arsham created a large interactive art installation. Check out the art and limited-edition bracelet from now until the end of October.

Credits: Courtesy of Toby McFarlan Pond and Zander Taketomo

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