GLASS to GLASS Celebrates the Age-Old Art of Glassmaking in Venice

WunderGlas and Berengo Foundation collaborated on a stunning exhibition at Venice Glass Week to highlight the beauty, innovation and prowess of glassmaking, a craft that Venice has excelled in for centuries. Titled GLASS to GLASS, the exhibition shows a curated selection of works created by internationally recognized designers and artists in collaboration with Murano’s glass craftsmen.

Alcova by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec

Exhibition of glass art

Berg side tables by John Pawson

Illuminated glass objects

Hohl by Dan Yeffet

collapsed glass sculpture

Slump by Tom Dixon

hanging pendant lights

Luma by Zaha Hadid

Glass chair

Chaise longue melt by nendo

Glass chandelier

Melt chandelier from nendo

Hora from Raw-Edges

Soft light by Maria Grazia Rosin

Reasonable limits by Maarten Baas

9 to 5 by Andrea Anastasio

Minosse by studiopluz

The exhibition can be seen in two locations from July 17 to November 21, 2021, in the Art Space of the Fondazione Berengo in Murano and in the Berengo Collection near San Marco. For more information, including a full list of all artists, visit fondazioneberengo.org.

Photos by Leonardo Duggento.

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