Created and Sold by Andrea Morucchio

Andrea Morucchio
Sculptures by Andrea Morucchio seen at Museum of Glass, Venezia - Celata
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One of Andrea Morucchio's "Celata" in the permanent collection of Museum of Glass in Murano, Venezia.

The Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia, with a view to creating didactic support for the development of Murano glass art, inaugurates with 2018 a new chapter within the permanent path of the Museum of Murano Glass, which will be implemented thanks to donations from prestigious contemporary works.

The space chosen for this exhibition will be the Brandolini Room, which will host this new nucleus dedicated to modern and contemporary glass, which will be integrated with future donations.

This first exhibition will feature around fifty glass works that include, among others, the likes of Pino Signoretto, Archimede Seguso, Napoleone Martinuzzi, Ermanno Nason, Tadao Ando, ​​Cristiano Bianchin, Toots Zynsky, Markku Piri, Tobia Scarpa, Giorgio Vigna, Andrea Morucchio.

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Andrea Morucchio

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(Venice 1967) Since the end of the '90s, he has expanded his own linguistic research – often based on considerations of a socio-political nature – in various directions, from sculpture to installation, from video to photography, digital art and performance. His works are preserved in the Museo del Vetro / Glass Museum, Murano, Musei Civici, Venezia, in the Museum of Old and New Art, Hobart, Australia and in the Provenance Collections, Tacoma, USA. Morucchio's most recent interventions, like the multimedia installation The Rape of Venice held at Palazzo Mocenigo in 2015, for Biennale di Venezia event MUVE Contemporaneo, deepen sensori-emotional values, even those that sometimes we call judgments of sentiment and taste, and are evidence of the artist's attentive critical reflection on art, culture and the deviancies of our contemporary society.

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