tuesday 18 december 2018 | Blog, News&Press, Events, Art
Insigni is Art&Business, searching and action line of “Laboratorio di Management dell’arte e della Cultura di Ca’ Foscari” which include the farms and contemporary art. For this time we bring it to the company’s high venetian craftsmanship in contact with young artists of “Accademia di Belle Arti” and the technologies for F/ART neon. 
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tuesday 13 november 2018 | Blog, News&Press, Events, Art

In 2018 Artissima celebrates its 25th anniversary. Directed by Ilaria Bonacossa for the second year in a row, the fair opened on Thursday 1st November at the OVAL in Torino.
There were many artists who exhibited a neon artwork as their form of expression. Most of them with our neon transformers to light up the cold cathode lamp.

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thursday 08 november 2018 | Blog, News&Press, Events, Art
F/ART supports Artissima 2018 through the design and the production of neon exhibited in the DAF Struttura, the exhibition centre around which the program of the Artissima Experimental Academy is organized.
It is an interactive exhibit: the neon sign will vibrate and change colour intensity according to the vibrations of sound and melodies experienced during the workshop.
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monday 05 november 2018 | Blog, News&Press, Events, Art

The exhibition "RE.USE: scraps, objects, ecology in contemporary art" was inaugurated in Treviso on Friday 26th October. It is a temporary exhibition with artworks by 58 international artists and it's located in 3 areas of the city: Santa Caterina Museum, Casa Robegan Museum and Piano Nobile of Ca 'dei Ricchi.

 
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monday 15 october 2018 | News, News&Press, Art

The "Ambienti/Environments" exhibition, dedicated to Lucio Fontana's artworks and presented in 2017 at Pirelli Hangar Bicocca, has been nominated in the Best Impressionist and Modern category at the Global Fine Art Award 2018, an international art competition.

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friday 05 october 2018 | Press review, News, News&Press, Events, Art

F/ART supports Artissima 2018 through the design and the production of neon exhibited in the DAF Struttura, the exhibition centre around which the program of the Artissima Experimental Academy is organized. It is an interactive exhibit: the neon sign will vibrate and change colour intensity according to the vibrations of sound and melodies experienced during the workshop.

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friday 28 september 2018 | Blog, Art, News&Press, Interviews
Massimo Uberti, among the most important artists of light art, is one of the protagonists of Biennale Light Art Mantua opened to the public until 7 October. The artist exhibits a great installation realised with the technical support of F/ART which revolves around the idea of paying tribute to Giulio Romano.
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thursday 27 september 2018 | Press review, News, News&Press, Events, Art
THE ART OF NEON APPLIED TO THE VISUAL AND ARCHITECTURAL COMMUNICATION
Innovation and evolution in the cities street signs: how the neon will affect the cities and architecture of our tomorrow.
From tradition to the evolution of one of the most significant and environmentally friendly lightening source, that has made the consumer city big and continuously expanding. 
 
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friday 21 september 2018 | Blog, News&Press, Art, Interviews

Federica Marangoni is one of the main character of Biennale Art Light Mantova (21 July – 7 October 2018). Thanks to the technical support by F/ ART, the artist exhibited two neon works on the occasion of the second edition of the Biennale Mantovana: “time Maschine” e “the Memory of Light”. For the occasion we have interviewed her.

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friday 31 august 2018 | Press review, News, News&Press, Events, Art

On the occasion of the Light Art Biennial held at Palazzo Ducale in Mantua, some of the most important light artists from both the Italian and international scene, are exhibiting their work. F/ART promotes this important event by offering its support to the technical and design production of the exhibits created by the Italian artists Federica Marangoni and Massimo Uberti.

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