Once upon a time…


08/09/2017 | 31/10/2017

Andrea Tardini Gallery, Venezia San Marco 3157A

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The lagoon landscapes, eternalized in a stenope photographic device by Danish artist Gedske Ramløv, the result of a long residence promoted by the gallery, will meet the glass works of the artist and designer Chiara Antonietti, during the Glass Week and for the duration of the exposure.
Using two very different languages and two mediums, combined by long working times and strong technicalism, the two artists return an image of singular, mysterious, sometimes exotic, dreamlike Venetian.The lagoon landscapes, eternalized in a stenope photographic device by Danish artist Gedske Ramløv, the result of a long residence promoted by the gallery, will meet the glass works of the artist and designer Chiara Antonietti, during the Glass Week and for the duration of the exposure.
Using two very different languages and two mediums, combined by long working times and strong technicalism, the two artists return an image of singular, mysterious, sometimes exotic, dreamlike Venetian.The lagoon landscapes, eternalized in a stenope photographic device by Danish artist Gedske Ramløv, the result of a long residence promoted by the gallery, will meet the glass works of the artist and designer Chiara Antonietti, during the Glass Week and for the duration of the exposure.
Using two very different languages and two mediums, combined by long working times and strong technicalism, the two artists return an image of singular, mysterious, sometimes exotic, dreamlike Venetian.The lagoon landscapes, eternalized in a stenope photographic device by Danish artist Gedske Ramløv, the result of a long residence promoted by the gallery, will meet the glass works of the artist and designer Chiara Antonietti, during the Glass Week and for the duration of the exposure.
Using two very different languages and two mediums, combined by long working times and strong technicalism, the two artists return an image of singular, mysterious, sometimes exotic, dreamlike Venetian.