On the occasion of The Venice Glass Week 2018, the Gallerie dell’Accademia, in collaboration with Caterina Tognon Vetro Contemporaneo, are proud to present a selection of glass sculptures by Cristiano Bianchin (Venice, 1963). For the second time, t
is pleased to present:
Phytomorphism and Contemporary Glass
Caterina Tognon is pleased to present The Richards, a duo show by Richard Marquis (Bumblebee, AZ, 1945; living and working in Seattle) & Richard Meitner (Philadelphia, 1949; living and working in Amsterdam). Marquis and Meitner have both been collaborating with Caterina Tognon since the 1990’s with gallery exhibitions or in public spaces.
This exhibition attempts to create a dialogue between two of the most important Masters of the Studio Glass Movement, who have developed their practice on different continents – Marquis in America (after spending time learning traditional techniques in Murano), Meitner in Europe, more specifically in Holland.
The two artists are internationally known as ironic, colourful, cheerful, highly original and always visually and technically ahead of their times. Their practices are regarded as a crucial in the development of glass sculpture as a critically recognised art form.
Caterina Tognon is pleased to present And the Air Rushing Past, a solo exhibition by Richard Meitner (Philadelphia, 1949).
The show will be from April, 7th until May, 5th in the Gallery at Ca Nova di Palazzo Treves, in Corte Barozzi – San Marco 2158, Venice nearby the historical Hotel Europa & Regina, and only a two minute walk from San Marco Square.
Caterina Tognon Arte Contemporanea è lieta di invitarVi in galleria per un'esposizione di CRISTIANO BIANCHIN e ALDO GRAZZI, in corso dal 17 Febbraio al 31 Marzo 2018 a Palazzo Treves alla Corte Barozzi, San Marco, Venezia.
Per la galleria è occasione di presentare un nuovo e stretto rapporto con Cristiano Bianchin (Venezia, 1963), artista che da sempre dedica il suo pensiero, le sue idee, il tempo e le forze al mondo magico del vetro di Murano.
Continua da diversi anni l'intensa collaborazione con Aldo Grazzi (Mantova, 1954). In mostra opere pittoriche composte a Perugia tra gli anni Novanta e Duemila, insieme a dipinti di piccolo formato appartenenti all'ultimo corpus di lavori, intitolato "La notte del gelsomino", proveniente dalla recente esposizione al Palazzo Ducale di Mantova.
Vanitas, a solo show by Lilla Tabasso, was born from a collaboration between Caterina Tognon Art Gallery and the Bauer Hotel, on the occasion of the first edition of The Venice Glass Week, which took place from 10th September to 26th November 2017 in Venice, involving over one hundred events dedicated to the art of glass, with a particular focus on that of Murano.
The event was part of the programme of the Venice Glass Week 2017.
Opening September 9th, 5.00 – 9.00 pm
Open from September 9th to November 25th, 2017
Caterina Tognon presents the first solo exhibition in Italy by the Australian artist Jessica Loughlin. afar will open from September, 9th until November 25th, 2017 in the venue of the Gallery at Ca Nova di Palazzo Treves, in Corte Barozzi – Sestiere San Marco, Venice nearby the historical Hotel Europa & Regina. The event was born from a collaboration between Caterina Tognon and Sandy Benjamin OAM, Melbourne, and it is part of the programme of the Venice Glass Week 2017.
Fondazione Querini Stampalia and Bonotto are pleased to present Maria Morganti’s Development of a Painting, the permanent installation created for the
Fondazione Querini Stampalia café curated by Chiara Bertola.
Caterina Tognon è lieta di presentare Leda di Andrea Grotto e Grecale di Cristiano Focacci Menchini,
una doppia personale con gli ultimi lavori dei due giovani pittori.
Grotto e Focacci Menchini hanno studiato insieme all’Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia. Una forte
amicizia e scambi quotidiani li portano a lavorare su una base comune partendo da ricerche spesso
condivise, da cui procedono muovendosi per strade diverse
Concurrently with the exhibition “Paolo Venini e la sua fornace” at Le Stanze del Vetro, on the island of San Giorgio (Venice), Caterina Tognon is pleased to present Sleeves, a series of new works by Laura de Santillana.
Sleeves is a project which is born from the artist’s long term research on colour and from her passion for traditional Japanese culture.