Sep 09 2023 - Jan 09 2024
Gallery space

Curator: Caterina Tognon and Claudio Spini

May 14 2023 - Nov 26 2023
Le Stanze del Vetro | Island of San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice

Curator: Caterina Tognon and Sylva Petrová

Nov 24 2023 - Feb 29 2024
Procuratie Vecchie | Piazza San Marco, Venezia

Featured artists:
Philip Baldwin and Monica Guggisberg, Marcantonio Brandolini d'Adda, Federica Marangoni, Michael Craig-Martin, Ritsue Mishima, Cornelia Parker, Maria Grazia Rosin, Silvano Rubino, Lino Tagliapietra, Giorgio Vigna, Pae White joined by pupils of the "Abate Zanetti" School of Murano

Sep 07 2023 - Sep 10 2023

Curator: Cristiana Perrella

Apr 29 2023 - Jul 29 2023
Caterina Tognon Arte Contemporanea, Venezia

Mar 09 2023 - Mar 19 2023
MECC – Forum 100, 6229 GV Maastricht, The Netherlands

We await for you at the MECC from 9 to 19 March, booth n. 717

Dec 01 2021 - Oct 20 2023

Arti visive e creatività | Art Matters
Arte e natura | Slowart 4all
Arte e eredità culturale | Heritage tours
Arte e cibo | Art your food

Feb 24 2024 - Jun 29 2024
Gallery Space

Curator: with the participation of Jean-Luc Olivié, chief curator (glass) at Musée des Arts Décoratifs MAD Paris at the opening

Once again, after more than fifty years of a brilliant artistic career, Richard Meitner’s work seems poised once again to take on new and intriguing form. The artist has worked for decades with glass, and from very early on, frequently combined it in surprising ways with other materials. With an impressive career also as a highly respected professor in art education, his artworks are presently included in the permanent collections of more than 60 museums throughout the world. The work he will be presenting at this exhibition, to which the artist has given the title “Schizzi Selvaggi”, gives form to his intention to use the noble material glass, paradoxically, “to sketch with”. Gestures, balancing acts, references to painting, dances…These words come to mind when one stands in front of the wall adorned with these schizzi, we feel confronted with a veritable frenzy of meanings. But at the same time, entirely consistent with all his work and intentions, none of the meanings are either singular or easy to formulate.