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December 16, 2020 Back To News

New Installation By Marie Watt at Loro Piana New York

Marie Watt has collaborated with Loro Piana, an Italian luxury fabrics company, to create three new sculptures for their store in the Meatpacking District of New York City.

The installation titled “Companion Species: Acknowledgement, Blanket Stories and Generations,” will be on view through early 2021.

The installation was covered in Vogue, New York Magazine, The New York Times Style Magazine, and Women’s Wear Daily.

Click the links below to read individual coverage.


The Cut – New York Magazine

Women’s Wear Daily

The New York Times Style Magazine

Photo: Julia Gillard

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