LOEWE presents "CASA LOEWE Conversations" A series of encounters with figures of international relevance related to the world of art, design and culture.
The first of these meetings will be held on November 22 at 20:00.
William Morris & Co.: The Arts & Crafts movement in Great Britain
With María Zozaya and Manuel Fontán, curators of the exhibition at the Juan March Foundation
and responsible for the William Morris & Co. catalogue.
Casa LOEWE Madrid
Calle de Serrano, 34
Casa LOEWE Conversations
85 years of Surrealism With Fernando Arrabal playwright, writer, filmmaker
and co-founder of the Panic Movement.
January 25, 2018
Private collecting in the XXI century
An international collector will share his experience
as a curator of private and corporate collections.
February 20, 2018
Inspiration from Constance Spry A relevant name in the world of floristry and flower arranging will tell us
about the footprint and the legacy of Constance Spry and how this has
influenced the best contemporary florists from the last century.
Peter Hujar & David Wojnarowicz,
Dialogue A contemporary and expert of the countercultural scene during the
70s and 80s in New York, will give us the key highlights in political,
social and artistic relationships of the moment.
Under the name of Moon Jars, Loewe presents the new September window concept. These Korean porcelain jars refer to the shape and colour of the moon. Its whiteness suggests the Confucian virtues of purity, honesty, and modesty; while its form is meant to symbolize fertility and the gentle qualities of women.
The Moon Jars are handcrafted joining two separate parts: base and opening. This process gives them a non-fully symmetrical shape.
Inspired by the history of these jars, a pure and balanced atmosphere is recreated with the combination of concrete, water and transparent podiums. The product and the Moon Jars float in this neat scene.