There are many contemporary art exhibitions scheduled for September 2020. In particular, as regards neon, 15 around the world. Involved artists: Nanda Vigo, Arthur Duff, Laddie John Dill, Kerim Seiler, Massimo Uberti, Zeroottouno, Federica Marangoni, Vittorio Corsini, Lucio Fontana, Daniela Corbascio.
F/ART has collected a list of events, exhibitions and museums dedicated to neon artworks located all over the world, with a focus for the month of August 2020. If you are on vacation in Italy, London, New York, Poland, Spain, France or elsewhere, you should read this article dedicated to neon art full of interesting suggestions.
Neon art lovers can’t miss these awesome exhibitions about the artistic cold cathode lamps, in July 2020. Please follow strictly the measures of distancing and safety regulations of each Country and behavioural instructions for each location.
Due to Covid emergency, exhibitions and galleries around the world have been forced to close their doors to visitors. Now the situation seems to settle down and many of them are gradually reopening thanks to the application of specific and strict rules. For neon art lovers, F/ART has collected a series of suggestions on where to see neon works around the world during the month of June 2020.
Events, exhibitions, installations and galleries you should visit during February 2020. For neon art lovers, F/ART has collected some suggestions around the world you must see.
F/ART has made several collaborations with the world of art and design in 2019, let's review together the most important: "il Bello Inverso" by Flavio Favelli in Ca'Rezzonico (Venice), "Through a Day" by Giovanni Ozzola at Galleria Cracco in Milan, "Overseas east-west" by Lorenzo Vitturi in Molise and the Industrial LandArt along the Terraglio, the Neapolitan road that connects Treviso to Venice.
Starting from 15 January 2020 it will be possible to book Vincenzo Cuoco's home (a famous Enlightenment) discovering the beauty of the place, between art, design and architecture. "Casa Cuoco" is a nineteenth-century residence whose interiors were embellished by the installation of a neon work designed by the international artist Lorenzo Vitturi and created by F/ART for Airbnb.