Lilla Tabasso e Xavier F. Salomon:
Omaggio a Rosalba Carriera
|Until January 6 2024
On the 350th anniversary of the birth of Rosalba Carriera (1673-1757), the project is dedicated to this extraordinary Venetian painter, portraitist and miniaturist, presenting a work by Lilla Tabasso and a publication with texts by Xavier F. Salomon – Peter Jay Sharp Chief Curator of the Frick Collection in New York.
A project by Caterina Tognon and Claudio Spini
Edited by Caterina Tognon
Artwork by Lilla Tabasso
Text by Xavier F. Salomon, Peter Jay Sharp Chief Curator at the Frick Collection of New York
Translations by Mark Ian Rothwell and Xavier F. Salomon
Photos by Roberto Marossi
Graphic design by studio Leonardo Sonnoli
A particular thank you to Gallerie dell'Accademia in Venice and Gallerie degli Uffizi in Florence for the rights of Rosalba Carriera's self-portraits.
The exhibition runs until Saturday, 6 January.
Bohemian Glass: The Great Masters
The exhibition Bohemian Glass: The Great Masters curated by Caterina Tognon and Sylva Petrová and organized in collaboration with the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague, is dedicated to Bohemian glass after the Second World War, featuring the works by six major artists of contemporary glass sculpture: Václav Cigler, Vladimír Kopecký, Stanislav Libenský and Jaroslava Brychtová, René Roubíček, Miluše Roubíčková.
Bohemia — the historical name for the largest of the lands that make up the present-day Czech Republic — was home to glassmaking innovators from the twelfth century onwards, who helped shape and augment the impact of European glass. Glassmakers based in this region were permanently pushed to invent new forms of glass production by competitive pressures from other European glassmaking centres, primarily in Germany and also in Italy, whose superb outputs dominated the global market in decorative glass.
Murano Illumina il Mondo
Promoted by The Venice Glass Week and Comune di Venezia, Murano Illumina il Mondo (Murano Lights Up The World) is a project which – for the very first time – brings an exhibition project to St Mark’s Square, shining a spotlight on the significance and future of Murano glass.
Every evening from 24th November 2023 to 29th February 2024, Venice’s residents and visitors alike can admire the illumination of twelve chandeliers which are the result of the collaboration between twelve internationally celebrated artists and nine of Murano’s most prestigious glass furnaces. These original masterpieces, specifically created for the exhibition project, transform St Mark’s Square – one of the most beautiful and famous locations in the world – into the setting for a truly unique public art intervention.
Toots Zynsky. Colour, the Common Thread
Caterina Tognon would like to inform friends and collectors
about the interesting article by Sarah Nichols entitled
Toots Zynsky. Colour, the Common Thread
for The Decorative Arts Society - The Journal, issue no. 47, 2023 -.
A leading specialist in the applied arts and a longtime curator at the Carnegie Museum of Art, Nichols takes an extremely insightful look at the work of Zynsky, among the greatest artists of the studio glass movement, whose work is known for the distinctive and pioneering technique of 'filet de verre,' the result of which is an energetic and colorful explosion of color.
In Toots Zynsky. Colour, the Common Thread Nichols describes Zynsky's long artistic career through its highlights and decisive contacts with the Venetian glass tradition, the influence of the time she spent in Ghana and her particular conception of color molded into material.
A city-wide exhibition curated by Cristiana Perrella
7 – 10 September 2023
After Procida and Monopoli, ITALICS brings the third edition of Panorama to L’Aquila. Since 2021, this multi-site traveling exhibition has been forging connections between art, architecture, antiquity and the contemporary, and the territory and its communities. For the second year, it has the patronage of UNESCO and the Ministry of Culture.
Caterina Tognon takes part in this project with works by Cristiano Bianchin.
Bianchin's works are visible at Palazzo Rivera – Piazza Santa Maria di Roio 9, L'Aquila, Italia.
On the occasion of the 18th International Architecture Exhibition The Laboratory of the Future, Caterina Tognon presents
Mel Douglas | Luminance
opening: 28 april 6 | 8 pm
28 april | 29 july, 2023
tuesday | saturday, 10 am | 7 pm
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 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.