Not The Ordinary Museum
FAI - Negozio Olivetti
In 1957, Adriano Olivetti identified it as the ideal building for a showcase that could transmit the company’s cultural values in a context where modernity and innovation could live together while respecting the time-honoured surroundings. This challenging commission was given to the Venetian architect Carlo Scarpa.
Every detail, in terms of material, shape and color, is carefully placed, thing is overlooked. If you’re passionate about architecture you cannot miss a visit!
Dylan Baraldi graduated very young with the highest mark at the conservatory “C. Pollini “ with Mario Finotti. Active both as a soloist and as chamber an orchestral musician, Dylan has been regularly perfoming in important venue such as: Philharmonie de Paris , Wiener Saal of Salzburg, Teatro Ristori of Verona.e is currently studying at the prestigious international “Universität Mozarteum” of Salzburg with Enrico Bronzi and at the “Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris” with Marc Coppey. He has also been principal cello of the “ O. R. C. V.” and orchestra “Italo Montemezzi”, and also alongside important orchestra as “Ensemble InterContemporain” with important conductor as Matthias Pintscher, Bruno Weil, Hans Graf, Gianluigi Gelmetti, Andrea Battistoni. He has been regularly perfoming in important venue such as: Philharmonie de Paris , Wiener Saal of Salzburg, Teatro Ristori of Verona.
Museo Civico Della Navigazione Fluviale di Battaglia Terme
Elaborazione su brano di E. Pariselle firmata Tocodebanda:
Roberto Tombesi – voce, organetto
Corrado Corradi – voce, bandonina
Strumenti musicali prodotti dalla ditta CASTAGNARI di Recanati (AN)
Recorder, mixed and mastered by Rachele Colombo c/o RC Studio – Due Carrare (PD)
- il Museo Civico Della Navigazione Fluviale di Battaglia Terme
- il Comune di Battaglia Terme
- Maurizio Ulliana presidente dell’associazione TVB (Traditional Venetian Boats)
Palazzo Zuckermann - Viaggio semiserio nel paese di Alberto Garzotto
An unexpected journey! We had the pleasure of creating some videos for the exhibition of Alberto Garzotto’s artworks at Palazzo Zuckermann, curated by Luisa Fantinel.
In these short videos, curator Luisa Fantinel analyzes the contemporary contribution of Venetian painter Alberto Garzotto to Italian art: the fusion of collage and watercolor to address existential and disturbing themes. In classicism – and in much of modern art – collage and watercolor have always been far from carrying deep meanings, but here Garzotto employs them to express the common sense of abandonment and isolation that often reside within us.