Swiss luxury watch and jewelry retailer, Bucherer, has partnered with emerging talent Leon Löwentraut for a captivating new exhibition at the TimeMachine store.
At only 24, German-born artist Leon Löwentraut has made a name for himself at an impressive rate.
Leon is a watch enthusiast and avid collector and has been a loyal friend of Bucherer Düsseldorf for many years.
This partnership resulted naturally out of mutual interests - a shared passion for aesthetics, fine art, and craftsmanship and of course a love for timepieces, the release discloses.
“I am very honored to have this cooperation with Bucherer. We are a perfect match. This collaboration shares a love of design, passion, luxury, and art. For me, it is important to bring people together with art. My inspiration comes from people, relationships, and behavior which is reflected in my paintings. Events like our evening together start a conversation about culture, soul, and experience. This is most important to artists and time is rare. Time is not endless. We must enjoy the time we have,” Leon Löwentraut states.
Löwentraut has created an exclusive homage to Bucherer entitled “Miss Liberty” in celebration of the opening of the flagship boutique one year ago, the centerpiece of the exhibition.
From now through February 7, 2023, visitors can explore a selection of seven spirited and vibrant works at the TimeMachine.
Löwentraut continues, “I myself have a love of watches and when you view my paintings you see many circuits. Like a watch these circuits are singular.”
Last night, Bucherer celebrated the partnership with a cocktail reception at the Bucherer 1888 TimeMachine Store in New York City.
Guests enjoyed music by DJ Alexandra Richards, champagne, and light bites, while they took in the art exhibition.
VIP guests in attendance included Leon Löwentraut, Alexandra Richards, Carina Ertl, Audrey Jogens, Ben Brewster, Brynn Wallner, Eric Rutherford, Jovel Roystan, Karen Blanchard, Madhulika Sharma, Mustafa Kacar, Katya Tolestova, and more.
“Art is eternal. Its lines are like the fingerprints of a human. Because of this, the soul of an artist will always reflect his time.”