#VeneziaAllOpera. A look at the hidden Venetian arts
De Maria rooms, Casa dei Tre Oci
12 - 24 November 2019 - ATTENTION! Extended until 1 December 2019
The oldest eyewear brand in Italy highlights the excellence of the Venetian craftsmanship tradition and Made in Italy. A story through the faces of the protagonists, immortalized in a suggestive interactive photographic exhibition that, after Milan, finally arrives in Venice with an exhibition at the Casa dei Tre Oci, the famous exhibition space dedicated to photography, on the Giudecca island.
The De Maria rooms of the Casa dei Tre Oci host the Venetian stage of the photographic exhibition #VeneziaAllOpera, a project wanted and created by Lozza, a historic eyewear brand that has always had a deep bond with the city.
House brand of the De Rigo Group, world leader in the eyewear sector, Lozza has made craftsmanship and tailoring applied to eyewear the cornerstones of its success. A care and attention to detail that give its collections a unique value: timeless elegance glasses, made in a workmanlike manner.
It is not surprising, therefore, that Lozza strongly wanted a project dedicated to the Arts and Crafts which have always contributed to distinguishing the city of Venice and its history. A classic initiative in content but innovative in concept. To give face and honor the great professionalism of the Serenissima, Lozza has chosen to rely on the gaze of two young talents: Giovanni Genzini and Alberto Papagni. To lead the creative Lab, Denis Curti, curator of the Exhibition and Artistic Director of the Casa dei Tre Oci.
42 author shots showing 14 Venetian artists and craftsmen at work, each wearing Lozza glasses that interpret their personality and style.
After an initial inauguration at the new Spazio Still in Milan last September, the portrait gallery has arrived in Venice, where it will remain until December 1 at the Casa dei Tre Oci, the exhibition space dedicated to photography, which Lozza supports in the context of its activities in support of Art and Culture.
We thank Sanlorenzo Yacht for the setting up and Nardini Distillery 1779 for the inauguration toast.
Giudecca 43, Venezia
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