Caterina Tognon is pleased to inform you that for the first time is taking part in one of the most prestigious fairs on the art market, dedicated to art, antiques and design: TEFAF Maastricht!
At the the 36th edition of the fair our gallery is going to exhibit artworks by:
We await for you at the MECC from 9 to 19 March, booth n. 717.
Caterina Tognon Arte Contemporanea is pleased to announce the first solo show by the artist Mel Douglas, newest representation of the gallery, opening April 29th, at 6.30 pm.
Objects and drawings are often thought of as two separate entities. My work explores and interweaves the creative possibilities of this liminal space, where the form is not just a support for drawing; but a three-dimensional drawing itself. Using the unique qualities of the material, and the rich potential of mark making on and with glass, I am using line as a way to inform, define and enable three-dimensional space.
Mel Douglas (Australia, 1978) lives and works in Canberra. Her technique consists of a slow and deliberate engraved mark making process that is in direct relation to the objects' physical and linear forms.
*POSTPONED TO APRIL 22, 2023*
Caterina Tognon Arte Contemporanea is pleased to announce the solo show by the artist Toots Zynsky, an exhibition that we have been waiting for for many years and which will finally be inaugurated on Saturday, September 17th, at 6.30 pm.
Throughout her career, Toots Zynsky (Boston, 1951; lives and works in Providence, RI, USA) has always looked to nature as a primary source of inspiration.
For this exhibition at the Caterina Tognon gallery in Venice, the artist presents a new body of works that explores, through the chromatic element, the complex relationship between man and the environment.
Opening October 8th
9.10 - 10.12.2022
every day 9:30 am - 5:30 pm
This exhibition tells the story of a collection established between 1990 and 2020 that is still unique in Italy in documenting the International Studio Glass art movement. The exhibition itinerary testifies to the work of 53 international artists with a corpus of 106 works in glass made between the 1950s and the present in Venice, as well as in academies and glassworks in Bohemia, in European research centers, and in the studio-furnaces of American, Canadian and Australian artists.
The collection reflects the friendship between a gallerist and a collector who have cultivated a shared passion for the city of Venice and artistic glass. It bears witness to an artistic practice resting on the encounter between free creativity and the rules of an ancient craft.
Caterina Tognon takes part in:
LoVe! Land of Venice
Within the project, the mixing of tourism and culture is considered a key asset for the recovery of Venetian companies after the Covid19 outbreak. It is also strategic for the development of Veneto as an international destination. Love!’s goal is to consolidate tourist products belonging to different themes and destinations, by focusing on the integration of tourism and the creative and cultural offer with a sustainable and slow approach.