Homo Faber 2022: 4 Luxembourg artists selected
From 10 April to 1 May, Homo Faber, the cultural initiative dedicated to craftsmanship organised by Alberto Cavalli, Executive Director of the Michelangelo Foundation for Creativity and Craftsmanship, is on view.
Conceived by a team of 22 curators and produced by more than 350 world-renowned designers and craftsmen, the event transforms the magnificent spaces of the Fondazione Giorgio Cini, which are exceptionally open to the public, into a multi-faceted stage where the art professions are the protagonists and visitors can take part in a unique experience.
An international exhibition showcasing artisan talent, Homo Faber Event presents an impressive variety of materials, techniques and skills through demonstrations, immersive digital experiences and imaginative displays of handmade creations. From functional everyday objects to exceptional decorative pieces, the event highlights the role of craft in creating a more sustainable future.
in creating a more sustainable and inclusive future.
Teresa de la Pisa, Tom Flick, Katarzyna Kot-Bach, Wouter van der Vlugt, 4 Luxembourg artists, have been selected by the Michelangelo Foundation and are to be discovered in Venice!
This edition of Homo Faber celebrates the cultural dialogue between Europe and Japan by inviting the best Japanese craftsmen and designers to Venice. A country with exquisite craft traditions, Japan is constantly striving to safeguard this important cultural heritage, including by naming its best master craftsmen “Living National Treasures”, a title that recognises their excellence and helps protect their skills for the future. Japan’s ongoing quest to defend its craft heritage fits perfectly with Homo Faber’s goals of celebrating, showcasing and preserving craft excellence.
De Mains de Maître has been supported by Kultur | lx (Tour support).