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Macklowe Gallery Welcomes the Patrons of the Tulsa Ballet Company —  3/2/2018

Macklowe Gallery Will Host its First Private Gallery Tour Since Moving to Park Avenue and 57th Street



On Wednesday March 7th, Macklowe Gallery will hold its first private gallery tour since relocating from Madison Avenue.


Patrons of the Tulsa Ballet Company will have the opportunity to get a glimpse into the multifaceted world of Louis Comfort Tiffany's art glass and lamps by placing his works in the context of American and world history.


Attendees will learn how the meticulous craftsmanship that went into the making of every lamp and vase in this internationally renowned collection has turned each into its own timeless masterpiece.


The event will conclude with the chance to try on any number of exquisite pieces of jewelry from their collection. If your organization is interested in scheduling a private gallery tour, please reach out to marketing@macklowegallery.com.



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