Peretti is arguably the most successful female ever to work in the jewelry field. Vogue described her work as “carved, pure—irresistibly touchable—it has been called jewelry as sculpture, sculpture as jewelry, and the most sensuous jewelry in the world.”
The designer began working with Tiffany & Co. in 1974 and over time her pieces came to account for about 10% of the company’s sales. In 2012, Tiffany paid the designer a one-time fee of more than $47 million dollars. A successful business woman, Peretti was also an exemplar of the stylish, liberated professional woman of the 1970s.
Compiling works from 45 female artists, a group show at the Parrish Art Museum in Watermill explores how creatives with ties to the east end of Long Island have used the language of abstraction. The sundry aesthetics of Elaine de Kooning, Helen Frankenthaler, Louise Nevelson, Howardena Pindell, Virginia Jaramillo, and more meet in a spirited fusion of creativity, gender, and sense of place.
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