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Corum & the King of Pop Art, Nelson De La Nuez

Between Pop Art and Pop Horlogerie

The Watch Quote™ - October 18th, 2017



The blend of creative energy and rebellious spirit exuded by Bubble watches has allowed Corum to break the rules of luxury watchmaking and create a language that is unique to the range. Giving artists free rein to reinterpret a collection in their own image, it is now the turn of American artist Nelson De La Nuez, the King of Pop Art, to re-imagine his own models, his own exclusive collection.



Upon closer inspection, one might wonder why the partnership between Corum and Nelson De La Nuez hadn’t occurred earlier, as it seems inevitable that their two worlds would meet, something that struck Jérôme Biard, CEO of Corum, while visiting an art gallery: “Nelson De La Nuez is one of those artists who doesn't follow trends, who creates his own universe by gathering inspiration from his surroundings and always manages to be innovative”.



By entrusting the King of Pop Art with the keys to create this new collection, Corum once again sets itself apart by not simply absorbing works of art but by allowing its Bubble watches to become art. Currently in the making, the complete Corum Bubble collection by Nelson De La Nuez will be revealed to the public at Art Basel Miami in December 2017.




About Nelson De La Nuez

Known as The King of Pop Art, has his artwork hanging in some of the most prominent, private collections of actors, directors, producers, comedians, corporations and art connoisseurs. You can also see the art in the permanent, private collections at the prestigious VIP Delta One and Sky Club airports lounges at LAX and JFK.




His art has been featured on countless televisions and upscale interior design shows and celebrity homes. He is listed on the “Who's Who List of the Most Collected Artists of Our Time” and has had many licensing partnerships with well known, luxury brands for travel, home decor and fashion items.



De La Nuez's art is sold in galleries worldwide in such locations as Palm Beach, Aspen, Beverly Hills, Las Vegas and Miami and major auction houses. His work fully sells out at the major shows such as Art Basel Miami and Hong Kong.





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