Artemide continues its collaboration, established in 2015, with La Biennale di Venezia to support one of the most outstanding Italian and international cultural institutions in the promotion of new art and architecture visions.
This collaboration conveys the effort of the Italian Group, an international light design leader, to invest in culture. Like for the past editions, this collaboration leverages on value sharing.
"May You Live In Interesting Times", curated by Ralph Rugoff, invites to open multiple perspectives considering unfamiliar alternatives in times of crisis.
It is an attitude towards the future that in art as in the project leads to experiences capable of changing the way of interpreting everyday life through new energies.
“Artemide thoroughly investigates light, its design has the ability to look at things in a different way than we did before thanks to technological, scientific, and humanistic research”
Carlotta de Bevilacqua, Vice President e CEO Artemide
Research and design at Artemide have always been aimed at creating a Human and Responsible Light. This process continues today with an even broader approach, investigating new possible interactions between man, space, and light and combining technological innovation, sociological investigation, and research on photonics.
This design approach looks ahead to develop lighting solutions capable to improve the quality of life in the spaces where this and future generations live and will live.
Artemide participates in the world’s finest contemporary art exhibition as sponsor, as well as providing its lighting projects to underline the visiting experience throughout the exhibition, in indoor and outdoor spaces.
11.05 - 24.11