A sort of life ID card, tattooed on the surface of things, is the key to understanding the vase made by Gianni Veneziano for the exhibition Immagini d’Io (Images of me).
A collection of over 50 authors between artists, designers and stylists who interpret it their own “image of me” on a vase specifically designed by Alessandro Mendini.
The work of Gianni Veneziano tells of a “living nature” in which flora and fauna become instruments of dialogue in a representation of life without boundaries. A mix of clear and hinted signs with active amazement, charm and ingenuity leads us to hope for an afterlife.
Photo Federico Villa