The winner of MilanoVetro-35

The international competition for glass artists and designers under 35, now in its second edition, is named after the Milanese collector Aldo Bellini. The aim is to enhance innovative glass works both in the field of art and contemporary design. The international jury awarded the first prize to the American artist Morgan Gilbreath for the work Tower of Babel. The tower is composed of vials of medical glass, pre-fused, arranged in overlapping diskettes. The structure subjected to the colour of the molten form alters and yields because of its weight, alluding to the instability of an artificial construction which, in a forcing of balances, is destined to yield, like a modern, imaginary biblical tower. The winning work becomes part of the civic collections.

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Venini: Luce 1921-1985

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Glass Jewelry from Prehistory to the Third Millennium (Glass Jewelry from Prehistory to the Third Millennium)

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Into the Trees II, the exhibition in Rome by Setsuko, an internationally renowned artist

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Support crafts: make a difference. Now also with voluntary donations

We have important plans for the coming year: to increase the number of young artisans to be trained, to strengthen scientific research and publishing activities, and to organize events that will allow art masters to have greater and greater visibility. Establish European-level partnerships to better and better promote Italian art crafts. Now you can help […]