Opening of the exhibition: Saturday, April 10, 2021
10 am | 7 pm
In the gallery space
Taking inspiration from the didactic poem De Rerum Natura (On the nature of things, 1st century BC) by Titus Lucretius Caro, Lilla Tabasso presents her new works created between 2019 and 2021.
10 April | 15 May, 2021
Tuesday | Saturday
10 am | 7 pm
Lilla Tabasso (Milano, 1973), biologist and designer, was born in Milan where she still lives and works.
Following her studies at the Faculty of Biology at the University in Milan, she began working with Murano glass using the ancient techniques of glass-blowing and lampworking. Lampworking, in particular, is a working technique that uses colored glass rods produced in Murano furnaces, melted with a high flame and amalgamated to obtain the chosen color, then hot modeled with pliers, shears and small blow pipes.
Caterina Tognon is taking part in
online at vortic.art
with artworks by Jessica Loughlin
Venice Galleries View enables the mind to travel by using a new and digital showcase to present works by nine artists – one per gallery – who, through different media, techniques, declinations and nuances, stimulate reflections and convey feelings that only the magical city of Venice can transmit.
Maria Grazia Rosin's Venthouse glasses are now hosted at the new NasonMoretti Museum.
NasonMoretti Museum is a new experiential format, that transformed NasonMoretti's headquarters into a lively place of events and meetings addressed to design enthusiasts, students, researchers and lovers of the Italian style – or simply curious people – who want to live a unique immersive experience: between craftsmanship and modernity, in the heart of the artisti glass district of Murano.
From 13.04 to 13.06, 2021
OPENING on Monday, 12th April
At Quadreria di Triennale Milano
Viale Alemagna, 6 – 20121 Milano
Caterina Tognon is participating in a new exhibition, curated by Jean Blanchaert with artworks by:
Maria Grazia Rosin
1 February-18 April, 2021
Monday-Friday, 9 am-1 pm and on Thursday afternoons 2.30-6.30 pm
At Museo Civico Pier Alessandro Garda of Ivrea
The exhibition aims to deepen the knowledge of glass, a fascinating material little represented in museum collections, through the juxtaposition of archaeological finds with works of art from various contexts, near or very far in space and time.
Caterina Tognon participates in this new project with glass works by Maria Grazia Rosin, Richard Marquis and Yoichi Ohira.
Vitrum was born from the collaboration with the Superintendence of Archeology, Fine Arts and Landscape for the metropolitan city of Turin, and was realised with the contribution of Fondazione Guelpa, Fondazione CRT and Piemonte Region. It is also patronized by Association Internationale pour l’Histoire du Verre – Comitato Nazionale Italiano.
The works of Cristiano Bianchin and Maria Grazia Rosin are now exhibited within the Franzoia-Nasci Glass Collection at Galleria d’Arte Moderna «Carlo Rizzarda» in Feltre.
In 2018 Architect Ferruccio Franzoia donated to the Municipality of Feltre the precious designer glasses of the Collection he created with his wife: nearly 800 pieces, ranging from the 18th century to the contemporary, are now added to the wrought iron masterpieces of Carlo Rizzarda.
The Collection especially focuses on Murano production and, in particular, on the great "creatives" of glass such as Vittorio Zecchin, Giuseppe Borovier, Napoleone Martinuzzi, Paolo Venini, Carlo Scarpa, Toni Zuccheri, and many others.