Mironova International Art Group
Shintaro Akatsu Gallery, located in a prestigious shopping and business district of Tokyo, promotes international artists with a special interest in Eastern and Italian contemporary art. The Gallery collaborates since 2008 with Berengo Studio 1989 to promote and enhance artistic Murano glass.
Solidere’s insistence on meticulous attention to urban planning, high quality public space, aesthetic and design detail has led it to develop close relations with a large number of the world’s leading architects, planners and real estate consultants.
London College of Fashion has an international reputation asa leading provider of fashion education, research andconsultancy. The unique portfolio of specialist courses rangein level, from short courses to Postgraduate. The subject rangecorresponds to the process of the creation, production andpromotion of fashion and the management and marketing ofthose activities. Many of the College’s courses are unique tothe UK and offer students an experience unmatched by even ahandful of specialist colleges worldwide.
The Wallace Collection is a national museum in an historicLondon town house. The collection was acquired principallyin the 19th century by the third and fourth Marquesses ofHertford and Sir Richard Wallace. In the 29 galleries areunsurpassed displays of French eighteenth-century paintings,furniture and porcelain together with one of the world’s finestcollections of Old Master paintings. A magnificent collectionof princely arms and armour is shown in four galleries andthere are further important displays of gold boxes, miniatures,sculpture and Medieval and Renaissance works of art.
BERENGO STUDIO 1989, the Berengo Studio was established in 1989 by Adriano Berengo and has focused on bringing contemporary visual artists from Europe and the United States to Murano, Italy, to collaborate with its famous glass masters to produce art in glass. The artists chosen to work with the Berengo Studio are not glass artists so they bring a diverse approach to glass that reveals the multiplicity of the material.
VENICE PROJECTS promotes internationally recognized contemporary artists who have been in the Venice Biennale, or artists who have achieved similar stature, providing some with the opportunity to express their creativity in a new medium, glass.
IVSLA, the Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti, founded on 1810, is an academy whose aim is “to increase, promulgate, and safeguard the sciences, literature and the arts” with particular regard to the cultural, social and economic life of the Veneto region. The Institute is housed in Palazzo Loredan (historical headquarters) and in Palazzo Franchetti.