Tiffany & Co.’s brand exhibition “Vision & Virtuosity” arrives in London with an extraordinary display of jewels, craftsmanship and creativity.
Tiffany & Co. is embarking on the next chapter of its “Vision & Virtuosity” exhibition, bringing over 400 objects from the House’s archives to London’s iconic Saatchi Gallery. A visual chronicle of the storied jeweller since its founding in New York City in 1837, “Vision & Virtuosity” takes visitors on a journey through everything from archival high jewelry designs, Tiffany’s famed window displays and its recently acquired Empire Diamond of over 80 carats to important relics of popular culture such as the original script from Breakfast at Tiffany’s. It is a celebration of Tiffany’s authority as the purveyor of the world’s finest diamonds and a showcase of how two core values—vision and virtuosity—have guided the House for 185 years.
TIFFANY & CO.’S HISTORY IN SEVEN CHAPTERS
Each of the exhibition’s seven chapters explores separate themes that are central to Tiffany’s brand identity, heritage, and creative influence. Upon entering Saatchi Gallery, guests explore founder Charles Lewis Tiffany’s legacy and, in the subsequent sections, experience the works of some of the House’s most creative forces such as Jean Schlumberger and Elsa Peretti. The third chapter is devoted to the annual Blue Book high jewelry collection, while the fourth room is centered on Tiffany’s heritage in the world of love and commitment, having introduced the iconic Tiffany® Setting engagement ring in 1886. The fifth space is devoted to Breakfast at Tiffany’s, while the penultimate chapter is a spectacle of diamonds, dedicated to Tiffany’s renowned diamond creations. At the culmination of the exhibition, guests have an opportunity to view the legendary 128.54-carat Tiffany Diamond.
“Since its inception, Tiffany & Co. has held a unique position within culture,” said Alexandre Arnault, Executive Vice President, Product & Communications, Tiffany & Co. “‘Vision & Virtuosity’ celebrates the House’s most defining moments, showcases the incredible collection of archives and exemplifies why Tiffany & Co. is such an iconic brand.”
An accompanying exhibition catalogue, available in two sizes, presents the exhibition’s highlights, showcasing creations by everyone from Louis Comfort Tiffany and Gene Moore to Jean Schlumberger, Elsa Peretti, Paloma Picasso, John Loring, and the House’s most influential visionaries. With a foreword by the late Andre Leon Talley and text by Vivienne Becker, the 160-page text is published by Assouline New York is available in the exhibition’s gift shop, as well as at Tiffany’s Old Bond Street store, beginning on June 10, 2022.
Additionally, an exclusive curation of artist collaborations and limited-release items in Tiffany Blue® are available at the gift shop. Collaborations include T-shirts and hoodies designed by Daniel Arsham, Tiffany & Co. x Wilson® footballs, Quartersnacks skateboards, Mellow Gemini vases, Krink paint markers, Caran d’Ache pen and pencil sets and Bellocq tea sets.
Marking the jeweller’s 150th anniversary in London, “Vision & Virtuosity” debuts at Saatchi Gallery, located in the Duke of York’s Headquarters near Sloane Square, on June 10, 2022, and runs through August 19, 2022. Tickets are now available on the Tiffany & Co. Exhibition app, available on the iOS and Google Play app stores, or at the exhibition.
THE OPENING NIGHT
Tiffany & Co. celebrated the opening of the ‘Vision & Virtuosity’ exhibition with a dazzling party including celebrities and VIP’s.
Above left to right clockwise, Camila Queiroz and Nicola Coughlan, Simone Ashley and Caroline Daur.
Above left to right clockwise, Florence Pugh and Rachel Zegler, Gal Gadot and Daisy Edgar-Jones.