Artist’s showcase at Fornasetti Store on Corso Matteotti
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The Fornasetti Store on corso Matteotti is hosting an artist’s showcase exclusively for Milan Art Week.
Carlo Dell’Acqua, who, like Fornasetti, has succumbed to and has become obsessed with Lina Cavalieri’s face, has manipulated it and pieced it back together in his “S/oggetti parziali” installation, which can be viewed until April 14, 2019.
United with the World: Fornasetti and CBM Onlus against Covid-19
Fornasetti supports the international “Covid-19 Emergency” charity campaign of CBM Italia Onlus, standing side by side with the most vulnerable. YOU CAN ORDER THE PLATE HERE. Alongside Barnaba Fornasetti are Filippa Lagerbäck, who has been an Ambassador of CBM Italia Onlus for years, and photographer Settimio Benedusi. Together they tell the story of an initiative […]
The rule of dreams: an installation by Fornasetti at Venice T Fondaco dei Tedeschi
Fornasetti’s dreamlike world comes to Venice and pays homage to the city and its artistic heritage with a site-specific installation at the T Fondaco dei Tedeschi. Featuring silhouettes of female faces, irreverent monkeys and hands slicing through the air, the art installation develops along the different areas of the building, once the trading place for […]
Fornasetti presents the new collection for the 2019 Milan Design Week
Fornasetti presents the new rugs collection at the Milan Design Week 2019. The variety of decorations fully expresses the colors, the geometries and the encyclopedic richness of the visual language of the Atelier. Each rug is made following the ancient technique of hand tufting. The collection will be presented at the Fornasetti Store in Corso […]
Fornasetti at Museo Poldi Pezzoli
On the occasion of the Milan Art Week, Anj Smith reinterpreted some of Fornasetti’s icons. The painterly contribution by the English artist includes a trumeau-bureau, and the famed vases and plates from the ‘Tema e Variazioni’ series in a harmonious exchange with the masterpieces from the Milanese house-turned-museum.