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Tiffany x Whitney Biennial 2017 Artist Collaboration Window by Harold Mendez

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Tiffany x Whitney Biennial 2017 Artist Collaboration Window by Raul de Nieves

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Tiffany x Whitney Biennial 2017 Artist Collaboration Window by Ajay Kurian

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Tiffany x Whitney Biennial 2017 Artist Collaboration Window by Shara Hughes

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Tiffany & Co. chief artistic officer, Reed Krakoff, and the Alice Pratt Brown Director of the Whitney Museum of American Art, Adam D. Weinberg, at the Tiffany x Whitney Biennial Artist Windows cocktail reception.

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Shara Hughes, 2017 Whitney Biennial Artist

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Tiffany Collaborates with Artists from the 2017 Whitney Biennial for Windows

By Whitewall

March 14, 2017

Last Thursday, the Tiffany & Co. window collaboration with artists from the 2017 Whitney Biennial was fêted.

Tiffany Artistic Officer Reed Krakoff and Whitney Director Adam D. Weinberg hosted a cocktail reception for the five artists who participated, Harold Mendez, Ajay Kurian, Raúl de Nieves, Carrie Moyer, and Shara Hughes. Each were commissioned to create a unique window displaying object editions, now on view at Tiffany’s Fifth Avenue flagship.

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This is an unprecedented partnership, with the artist’s chosen by the biennial’s curators, Mia Locks and Christopher Y. Lew. Kurian is behind 10 limited-edition sterling silver business card holders etched with the word “psycho.” Moyer created a sterling silver stippled pendant (also an edition of 10). Mendez collaborated with Tiffany artisans to make a pre-Columbian death mask (edition of five). De Nieves worked on an engraving of two figures and a child on a sterling silver box. Hughes reproduced her landscape paintings onto a bone china pitcher.

The Whitney Biennial opens this week to the public on March 17, and is on view through June 11.

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Tiffany x Whitney Biennial 2017 Artist Collaboration Window by Harold Mendez
2017 Whitney BiennialAdam D. WeinbergAjay KurianCarrie MoyerChristopher Y. LewHarold MendezMia LocksRaúl de NievesReed KrakoffShara HughesTiffanyWhitney Biennial

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