“We are proud to support once again the Italian art and style that has made our country famous around the world,” says Ottaviano Borgonovo, the company’s co-owner. The company meets art, for the second time, in the splendid context of the Scuola Grande della Misericordia in Venice as a partner of “Magister Canova”.
The exhibition is part of a trio that started in 2017 with Giotto and will close in 2019 with Raphael. In the exhibition dedicated to the Venetian sculptor that will be open until November 22, 2018, the new technologies for the art world create scenographic reconstructions and illusory visions. “It is an opportunity to appreciate the beauty underlying Italian culture and history – continues Borgonovo – Heritage of inestimable value that must be preserved, passed on and promoted in the world and among younger generations.”
The value of Italian style also lives in the design of MisuraEmme, which is part of the elegant lounge set up for the exhibition; it includes some products designed by Mauro Lipparini, including the Argo sofa, the Opera armchairs, the Gramercy tables and small tables, the Michelle chairs and the Square cupboard. The day system Urban – by Iriam Bettera completes the panorama: a minimal and essential structure with the combination of different materials, such as wood and metal.
The exhibition was conceived and organized by Cose Belle d’Italia Media Entertainment and is curated by Mario Guderzo and Giulio Pisani.