GIANLUIGI, ALICE E LEON, LA FAMIGLIA E GLI AMICI VI INVITANO AD UN CONCERTO DI MUSICA INDIANA PER RICORDARE LAURA DE SANTILLANA
Gianluigi, Alice and Leon, family and friends
invite you for a concert in memory of Laura De Santillana
SALA DEGLI ARAZZI DELLA FONDAZIONE GIORGIO CINI, ISOLA DI SAN GIORGIO MAGGIORE, VENEZIA
Sala degli Arazzi, Fondazione Giorgio Cini,
San Giorgio Maggiore Island, Venice
25 GENNAIO 2020
INGRESSO DALLE ORE 17:30
INIZIO CONCERTO ORE 18:00
January 25, 2020
entrance starting from 5.30PM
concert starting at 6PM
SEGUIRÀ UN PICCOLO RINFRESCO
Followed by a light dinner
RSVP ENTRO 20 GENNAIO 2020 A
«Per Morandi» / 2019 is the first sculpture imagined by Bertozzi & Casoni after a beautiful Morandi painting they used as a model. This work, and two others, were exhibited recently at the Museo Morandi in Bologna. For the exhibition at chalet Farb, they created some more pieces, presented in dialogue with “New Orders”, photos from Ori Gerscht, a contemporary Israeli photographer and video artist. Knowing that Giorgio Morandi painted only fake flowers, these tributes to him and to visible or invisible flowers captured at a frozen moment, have a similar timeless and immobile presence wether it be ceramics or photos.
Exhibition extended until the end of January
Visits by appointment, please contact : Caterina Tognon +39 041 5201566, firstname.lastname@example.org
Elizabeth Royer Grimblat
is pleased to present
LAURA DE SANTILLANA
San Marco 2840, Venezia
From May 2019
The next spring exhibition at LE STANZE DEL VETRO, "Venice and American Studio Glass", will be open from 23 March to 26 July 2020.
This exhibition is curated by Tina Oldknow and William Warmus, former curators of modern and contemporary glass at The Corning Museum of Glass in New York. Gathering together 155 outstanding glass vessels, sculptures and installations created by 60 American and Venetian artists, this exhibition will be the first to closely examine the influences of traditional Venetian glass-working techniques, as well as the Venetian aesthetic, on American Studio Glass made from the 1960s to the present.
Richard Marquis: Keepers is a late career survey of a towering figure in the Studio Glass movement. Marquis is known for extraordinary technique, comic sensibility, bold innovations, and iconoclastic spirit. In his 50-year career, he has consistently been gleefully inventive and unfailingly smart. His work is collected and exhibited world-wide.
Objects in the exhibition will be chosen from the artist’s comprehensive archives of his art from the 1960s to the present. Marquis calls these pieces his “keepers.”
Organized by Museum of Glass in partnership with Wichita Art Museum. Guest curated by Vicki Halper.
Artist: Bertozzi & Casoni
Artist: Bertozzi & Casoni
EULOGY TO FAKE FLOWERS