STONE LIGHT STREETS
A PROJECT BY
Accademia di Belle Arti di Verona
Francesca Piccolino Boniforti
con Andrea Yachy Lavezzi (Sémarble Company) e Elena Pedrotti
IN COLLABORATION WITH
Alessandro Guardini Artista, Studio M di Matteo Cavaioni, Oscar Sandri Scultore, SèMarble Company di Andrea Lavezzi, Donatoni Macchine s.r.l
WITH THE SUPPORT OF
Carlo Tombola with the students Giulia Borriero, Anna Perrotta, Andrea Zanchetta, Sara Blanca, Federico Baltieri, Matteo Corsi, Pietro Valcanover, Sara Pistore (video, photo and editing), the students Edoardo Granzotto and Isam Sadikoski coordinated by Andrea Yachy Lavezzi (graphic project, comunication and catalogue), Sicily Spica (Translation)
UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF
Verona Fiere, Marmomac, Verona Stone District, Istituto Salesiani San Zeno settore marmo, Comune di Verona, Comune di Sant’Ambrogio Valpolicella, Comune di Dolcè
Performance in Lighting S.p.A., Marmi Regina s.r.l., Montemarmi s.r.l.
Valentina Bertoldo, Laura Angela Gelsomini, Francesca Maccari, Nicolò Marchetto, Chiara Marcon, Sara Massole, Eleonora Mutto, Ehsan Shayegh, Sicily Spica, Sara Zottarelli
1 October 2021 from h 6.45 pm
Stone Light Streets is a diffuse exhibition, a route along the paths of marble: from Marmomac to the workshops of Valpolicella and Valdadige.
On the occasion of Marmomac, the International Marble Fair (29 September - 2 October 2021), the studios of artists Alessandro Guardini, Oscar Sandri and Matteo Cavaioni will host the works of Academy students, called upon to reflect on a specific theme in relation to the Italian Stone Theater Pavilion.
One student will be awarded the Donatoni Prize, courtesy of the company Donatoni Macchine s.r.l.
BROWSE THE CATALOGUE
To participate in the event, register on the project website