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ECHOES
News about Arts & Culture at Cartier
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DEAR
CARTIER READERS,
 
To open this edition of ECHOES, we cruise between the sails of the Sydney Opera House, a musical reverie in Korea and a plunge into Belle Époque Paris.
 
 
INDIGENOUS ARTISTS
ON THE SAILS OF
THE SYDNEY OPERA
 
The Sydney Opera House launched a new chapter of “Badu Gili”, its nightly First Nations sails lighting on December 15, with a dynamic projection displaying the works of two celebrated First Nations artists, Gail Mabo, and Nikau Hindin.
This vibrant new projection of powerful First Nations storytelling is the first major creative collaboration between the Opera House, the Biennale of Sydney, and the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain.
© Daniel Boud
"The sky is for everybody, the stories which connect people are different everywhere, but the stars remain.
At a time when people forget to look up I hope my work brings the sky and the best of the world closer for us to see."
— Gail Mabo (Mer Island)
 
Modern
by Design
 
In Paris: Modernity from the Belle Époque
to the Roaring Twenties at the Petit Palais
 
The Maison Cartier helped define modernity in the early twentieth century.
In this exhibition, it is the only jeweler represented, with loans from
the Cartier collection and Cartier archives.
 
Brooch. Cartier Paris, 1925, altered in 1927. Platinum, gold, brilliant and single-cut diamonds, onyx, black enamel - Marian Gérard, Cartier Collection
 
 
Cartier showcase at the international exhibition of modern industrial and decorative arts, held in Paris in 1925. Cartier Paris, 1925. Gelatin silver print - Archives Cartier Paris
 
 
Spotlight on 1925 brooch: this Orchid brooch was originally set on a head ornament which was one of the items displayed by Cartier at the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes held in Paris in 1925. The head ornament, was dismantled from 1926 on, and transformed into nine brooches and a pair of ear pendants
Le Paris de la modernitÉ, Petit Palais, until April 14, 2024.
 
Concert at
Maison Cheongdam
 
In Seoul: A “jewel-like” program with two master musicians
As part of the Résonnances community, Korean musicians Sunwook Kim & Clara-Jumi Kang performed at the Maison Cheongdam Residence. The program notably included Bach’s French Suites “because it is a natural choice when thinking of Cartier's elegance,” said the artists.
© SB Paik
 
 
"Cartier Maison Cheongdam La Residence is an open space for sharing and interacting with Cartier's art and culture."
— Sarah Kim, Cartier Korea Managing Director
 
 
YOUR LOCAL
NEWS
 
Crédit photo
 
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In Paris: Féminin Pluriel Concert

An evening conductud by Simone Menezes.

7 FebRUARY - the Théâtre de l’Odéon
 
 
In Abu Dhabi: Cartier Art Dialogues

Conversation around “Cartier, Islamic Art, and Modernity” with Laurence des Cars, Jean Nouvel, XXX.

19 FebRUARY - Louvre abu dhabi
 
 
In San Francisco:
Prometheus: A Poem of Fire


Premiere of multisensory performance, a collaboration between the San Francisco Symphony and Cartier

1-2-3 March - Davies Symphony Hall
 
 
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ECHOES
 
News about Arts & Culture at Cartier
FOR INTERNAL USE ONLY