Singapore takes on a seductive form as Bulgari launches an exhibition of its iconic Serpenti collection
In light of the success of the Rome edition in 2016, the Bulgari SerpentiForm lands to the ArtScience Museum in Singapore with an even more rich and engaging set up.
Odette Pavlova mesmerizes and intrigues like a Serpenti goddess. She seductively attracts you to discover Bulgari’s SerpentiForm realm in Singapore, where Art, Jewelry and Design are coiled up by the powerful serpent sign.
One of the most visited attractions in the city, the iconic lotus-inspired building of the ArtScience Museum will host the exhibition until October 15. The exhibition pays tribute to a powerful motif that has contributed to increasing the Maison’s international fame: since the 1940s, Bulgari has been reinterpreting the serpent with exquisite creations that are true icons of its bold creativity.
More than 100 exhibits between Bulgari Serpenti jewels, artworks, design objects and vintage dresses convey all the evocative force of the serpent imagery. Keith Haring, Niki de Saint Phalle, Alexander Calder, Juan Miró, Marc Chagall, Motohiko Odani, Misaki Kawai , Robert Mapplethorpe, Helmut Newton and Wu Jian’an are but few of the major artists on display from all over the world. The eclectic and multisensory path unfolds from the antiquity until today with a special focus on symbolic meaning of the serpent in myths and legends from East to West. The exhibition is complemented by a dedicated web app and interactive experiences within the Museum space.
The exhibition will from August 19th until the October 15th, 2017.