||De Agua y de Luna: Silver Sculptures From Mexico
June 30August 25, 2002
The exhibition features
nearly 50 silver sculptures, as well as an elaborate silver table service
and other decorative objects, from the collection of Tane Orfebres of Mexico,
a silversmith company founded in 1942. In the early 1970s, Tane Orfebres
established the goal of creating a unique collection of works in silver
by internationally renowned artists. Over the past 30 years, it has commissioned
sculptures from leading painters, architects, designers and sculptors in
Mexico and abroad, including Luis Barragán, Herbert Bayer, Leonora Carrington,
Carlos Mérida, Edgar Negret, Arnaldo Pomodoro, Juan Soriano, Francisco Toledo
and Victor Vasarely. The collection also features works by Tane Orfebres
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