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SPECIAL PROMOTION NOTEWORTHY What to have. Where to go. IN BLOOM Introducing the Van Cleef & Arpels Rose de Noël collection. The flowers, with their soft, clean curves, bloom like so many promises of happiness, ready to be picked. The petals’ harmonious arrangement and the quality of the selected stones reflect the maison’s high-jewellery expertise. In use since ancient times and enduringly fashionable in Art Deco jewellery, onyx is today one of the most sought-after hard stones in Van Cleef & Arpels’ jewellery collections. ROLEX LADY-DATEJUST 28 A feminine take on the classic Rolex Datejust watch, this ladies’ model features an ice-blue dial set with diamonds on a platinum bracelet. LIVE YOUR BEST LIFE ... on one of the world’s best luxury river cruise lines. Your Uniworld cruise is sure to be a masterpiece, complete with one-of-a-kind, award-winning ship designs, curated onshore experiences, luxurious ultra-inclusive amenities and the best service on the rivers. Life is beautiful. Take full advantage on your next cruise. For more information call 1300 780 231, contact your travel agent or visit LUMINOR DUE 3 DAYS AUTOMATIC ACCIAIO With its sophisticated technology and its simple design, the Luminor Due 3 Days Automatic is the perfect synthesis of historical and contemporary references. The new model, created by the Panerai Manufacture in Neuchâtel, has the Luminor case 45 mm in diameter, a fascinating anthracite dial and the advanced technology of the P.4001 automatic calibre.

Art & Design A CLOSE-UP ON THE ARTISTS, ARTISANS AND ARCHITECTS ENLIVENING OUR WORLD PHOTO GIANFRANCO GORGONI. UGO RONDINONE: SEVEN MAGIC MOUNTAINS, LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, 2016. COURTESY OF ART PRODUCTION FUND AND NEVADA MUSEUM OF ART. CULTURAL CACHET Alfresco Appeal The multi-hued stacks of Ugo Rondinone‘s Seven Magic Mountains, near Las Vegas Combining picturesque settings with contemplative works of art, sculpture parks and bucolic galleries are emerging as a new force in the art world. BRIAN NOONE reports O ur cities are brighter than ever thanks to a global influx of sculpture, graffiti and other public art, but increasingly we are choosing to brighten our souls by leaving the urban sprawl behind to blend the restorative powers of art and nature. It’s a combination that has a long history. We have sculpted our gardens to look like paintings for centuries, and we’ve been adding aesthetic delights to our natural surroundings for as long as humans have been human. The growing trend is an accentuation of both these activities – immersive experiences of art beyond the white cube. Perhaps the best example of this art-meets-nature ethos is the everevolving Gibbs Farm ( nz) on New Zealand’s North Island. Owner Alan Gibbs has given an open brief to global artists ranging from Anish Kapoor to Richard Serra to create whatever their vision compels them to make – often on a monumental scale and all financed by Gibbs himself. It is accessible only by appointment and offers a truly singular experience with both art and nature. CENTURION-MAGAZINE.COM 55

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