Mazzoleni Art Foundation : Summer Art, a project of Excellence

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Summer Art is an art project now in its tenth edition, organized by the Mazzoleni Foundation.
The scenery is magnificent Forte Village in Sardinia, where all summer the President of the Foundation, Mario Mazzoleni will presents to guests of the luxurious resort more than a hundred works of art including paintings and sculptures.

More than twenty rare and valuable works of Andy Warhol, a series of stunning bronze sculptures by Salvador Dali and Arman Fernandez, and then numerous works by emerging Italian artists.

A project of excellence to enhance the artistic heritage and to allow customers of  this resort on the white beaches of Chia to admire Italian art.

In the Mazzoleni gallery are also exposed some creations from Murano glass realized by historical Glassware Schiavon, furnishings by AD Arch Design, as well as the jewels by  Serafino Consoli, the watches  in diamonds by Gaga Milan and Demanumea bags, hand-painted by some of the selected artists, all unique products rigorously made in Italy.

A summer space dedicated to beauty.

For info www.artevents.it

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