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Lluis Lleo
Morpho's Nest in the Cadmium House
May 1, 2017 to July 31, 2017

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Morpho’s Nest in the Cadmium House

Crazy About Tiffany's
The story behind an iconic brand color

February 19, 2016 saw the launch of a documentary about Tiffany & Co., entitled CRAZY ABOUT TIFFANY'S.  The film traces the Tiffany story from its origins with the Tiffany family to the modern day globally desired brand including the story behind the iconic Tiffany Blue color as defined by the Pantone Color Institute's custom color program.
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Lluís Lleó
Morpho’s Nest in the Cadmium House at Park Avenue Malls
52nd to 56th Streets

Morpho’s Nest in the Cadmium House is a site-specific installation of five double-sided paintings on carved Catalonian sandstone by New York-based Spanish artist Lluís Lleó. The 13-foot, 7,000-pound paintings are Lleó’s first public art exhibition in New York. They are part of NYC Parks’ Art in the Parks program and are presented in conjunction with the Sculpture Committee of the Fund for Park Avenue.
“These stones are on the one hand a refuge and on the other a protection of fragility, delicate and fleeting,” says Lleó, “They create a place where all our dreams can rest: the hope that the art of painting will not die; and the hope that the art that leaves my studio will be soaked in rainwater and let to dry in the sun, to have the spring breeze blow gently on it. The Cadmium House is that pure place one dreams to find in life. That place where memories lie and we can pay tribute to the art before us, that safe place called history where so many things are unchangeable.”

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