This spring the exhibition in the museum Le Stanze del Vetro in Venice is dedicated to one of the great masters of the glass: Maurice Marinot. The show call "Glass 1911-1934" is curated by Jean-Luc Olivié, of the Musée des art décoratifs, and Cristina Beltrami.
The show starts on March 25th and finish in July 28th 2019.
With over 200 works and numerous preparatory drawings, the exhibition highlights the incredible originality of the French glassmaker-artist, from the first enamels to blown and modeled glasses with extraordinary skill and inexhaustible inventiveness.
The exhibition “Maurice Marinot. The glass, 1911-1934 ″ allows us to admire the work of a fundamental figure in the history of modern and contemporary glass st ill not fully known by the general public.
It's important to mention that the exhibitions at the Le Stanze Del Vetro are always free admission and each exhibition project is accompanied by guided tours, educational workshops and special meetings for the whole family.
Flame flattened bottle, 1930. Transparent glass, hot and black inclusions between the layers, etched with acid. H 13 cm © RMAH, Brussels. Florence Marinot donation
Flacone, La sorgente, 1920. Parigi © Eric Emo / Petit Palais / Roger-Violle
Source: Le Stanze del Vetro