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Macklowe Gallery to Host Art Deco Society for Special Evening Exploring the Tiffany Dynasty —  3/3/2018

Art Deco & An American Dynasty: The Legacy of the House of Tiffany


Questions concerning the distinction between Tiffany & Co., established in 1837, and Tiffany Studios, created in 1900, have existed since the latter was established.

On Thursday March 8th, Benjamin Macklowe, the President of Macklowe Gallery, will provide the real story behind these two iconic companies and the father/son duo that founded this American dynasty.

In his illustrated talk, Macklowe will explore how the changing taste of the Art Deco period impacted each house, and why Tiffany & Co. was able to adapt and grow with these changing trends.

This talk will explore the history of the businesses before, during, and after the Art Deco movement, as well as the innovative and talented men behind the House of Tiffany.

Details for the evening, including how to purchase tickets, can be found here.


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