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Cartier exhibition opens at the Dallas Museum of Art

The Dallas Museum of Art today launched Cartier and Islamic Art: In Search of Modernity, an exhibition dedicated to the connection between the jewelry brand and Islamic culture. You can visit it until September 18. WWD writes about it.

The exhibition includes more than 130 pieces of jewelry, bags, cigarette cases and other items, most of which were created in the first half of the 20th century. The jewels are complemented by works of art and decoration from the Middle East, India, North Africa and Asia: paintings, ceramics, manuscripts and fabrics. Exhibits were provided by the Cartier foundations, Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Musée du Louvre, Keir Collection of Islamic Art.

Augustin Arteaga, director of the Dallas Museum, said the idea for the exhibition came about in 2018 at a meeting with Cartier’s director of image, style and heritage, Pierre Reinero, and the museum’s curator of decorative arts and design, Sarah Schleining. . Arteaga added that he has been a big fan of the brand for many years.

Previously, Cartier joined the CEO Carbon Neutral Challenge. The program encourages companies to move towards a more environmentally friendly economy.


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