"GLASS. Arte del vetro oggi": a fountain as an art form

The Lagoon Monster emerged at the exhibition "Glass - Arte del vetro oggi", edited by Jean Blanchaert.

May 24 the work has reemerged in Luvigliano di Torreglia, Padua: his voice is echoed in the beautiful Villa dei Vescovi - FAI until September 11, 2016.

Villa dei Vescovi is the most important pre-Palladian country house of the Renaissance. Having remained extraordinarily intact up to the present day, it has conserved its timehonoured relationship of harmonious correspondence with the surrounding countryside, a trait that was considered crucial by the artists who designed and built it. Immersing yourself in its atmosphere is an unforgettable experience that allows you to capture the true essence of this property: it is a place in which to reflect, to find yourself, to come to a standstill and savour the pure beauty of the interiors and the countryside round about; but at the same time, it is a place for exchange, dialogue and progress, which served as the backdrop for the vibrant meetings of a large group of illuminated humanists.



And in these rooms full of history and beauty, the lagoon monster has reemerged, after a long journey that took him through the Mediterranean, to the waters of Constantinople.


May 24 - September 11, 2016

“GLASS. Arte del vetro oggi”

edited by Jean Blanchaert

Villa dei Vescovi - FAI

Luvigliano di Torreglia, Padua