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Cartier’s Living Legacy Lights Up Museo Jumex in Mexico City

Museo Jumex, "Cartier Design: A Living Legacy" (installation view), 2023. Photography by Moritz Bernoully and courtesy of Museo Jumex and Cartier.

Cartier landed in Mexico City last week with a heritage-driven, future-looking exhibition, “Cartier Design: A Living Legacy,” at the renowned Museo Jumex. With a welcome cocktail at Anahuacalli (which houses Diego Rivera’s collection of pre-Columbian art), an opening night gala, and a discussion panel featuring Museo Jumex’s Kit Hammonds, exhibition curator Ana Elena Mallet, architect Frida Escobedo, and Cartier’s Pierre Rainero, the show's opening highlighted one of the luxury Maison’s strongest values: to share its collection with the public.

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