Bvlgari has unveiled the SerpentiForm exhibition that is now officially open to public at ArtScience Museum, Marina Bay Sands until 15 October. The exhibition unfolds over all the ten petals of the iconic lotus-inspired building of the Museum. A 70 mt. installation in the exhibition featured 500 video mapped scales and floating Serpenti creations. Precious antiquities from East and West examine the different symbolic meaning of the snakes in various myths and legends: a statue of a young Hercules strangling the snakes from 2nd century AD and apotropaic snake jewels from Ancient Rome, 4th century BC. The serpent vision in modern and contemporary art will emerge with works by leading artists – such as Joan Miró, Marc Chagall, Alexander Calder, Keith Haring, and many more. The exhibition is also enriched by costumes from prestigious theatre and cinema archives. There is also a review of splendid Bulgari Serpenti creations from the Maison archives and private collections.
(如Joan Miró, Marc Chagall, Alexander Calder与 Keith Haring 等)。展览会也陈列了许多在著名电影与戏剧档案中亮相的服饰，让内容更丰富。至于在公司档案和私人珍藏品中，也让人回顾了宝格丽蛇形的辉煌创作设计。