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On Friday 13th June at 5 pm the exhibition “Occhiali da Doge. Gli occhiali da sole nella Venezia del Settecento” (Sunglasses in 18th Century Venice) will take place.

 

The exhibition is organized by the Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana with the collaboration of Comitato Venezia, Museo dell’Occhiale di Pieve di Cadore and Stazione Sperimentale del Vetro di Murano and it will be open to everyone from the 14th of June to the 13th of July 2014 (10 am to 7 pm, last admittance 6 am).

Consorzio Promvoetro, managing authority for the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark, couldn’t miss this important opportunity and it has indeed participated to the exhibition with two unique glass artworks, realised by two Murano glass companies bearer of the Vetro Artistico® Murano, Simone Cenedese Murano and Vetreria Effe.

 

Vetreria Effe’s work starts form the idea of sunglasses in 18th century, creating a blown glass sculptures, with gold murrine: a pair of engraved red sunglasses with venetian images.

 

Simone Cenedese’s work is a reproduction of one of the exposed pieces. Lenses have been created blowing glass into the shape of a sphere, and then reshaped and incorporated into a reading glass.

 

The exhibition explains the history of glasses, especially in Venice where Murano glass lenses where the first one to be used to protect oneself from sunlight. According to recent studies those lenses had UV protection factors of very good quality.

About 50 interesting pieces are going to be exposed in the exhibition like sunglasses and gondola’s screens coming from national and international collections.

On Friday 13th June at 5 pm the exhibition “Occhiali da Doge. Gli occhiali da sole nella Venezia del Settecento” (Sunglasses in 18th Century Venice) will take place.

 

The exhibition is organized by the Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana with the collaboration of Comitato Venezia, Museo dell’Occhiale di Pieve di Cadore and Stazione Sperimentale del Vetro di Murano and it will be open to everyone from the 14th of June to the 13th of July 2014 (10 am to 7 pm, last admittance 6 am).

Consorzio Promvoetro, managing authority for the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark, couldn’t miss this important opportunity and it has indeed participated to the exhibition with two unique glass artworks, realised by two Murano glass companies bearer of the Vetro Artistico® Murano, Simone Cenedese Murano and Vetreria Effe.

 

Vetreria Effe’s work starts form the idea of sunglasses in 18th century, creating a blown glass sculptures, with gold murrine: a pair of engraved red sunglasses with venetian images.

 

Simone Cenedese’s work is a reproduction of one of the exposed pieces. Lenses have been created blowing glass into the shape of a sphere, and then reshaped and incorporated into a reading glass.

 

The exhibition explains the history of glasses, especially in Venice where Murano glass lenses where the first one to be used to protect oneself from sunlight. According to recent studies those lenses had UV protection factors of very good quality.

About 50 interesting pieces are going to be exposed in the exhibition like sunglasses and gondola’s screens coming from national and international collections.

On Friday 13th June at 5 pm the exhibition “Occhiali da Doge. Gli occhiali da sole nella Venezia del Settecento” (Sunglasses in 18th Century Venice) will take place.

 

The exhibition is organized by the Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana with the collaboration of Comitato Venezia, Museo dell’Occhiale di Pieve di Cadore and Stazione Sperimentale del Vetro di Murano and it will be open to everyone from the 14th of June to the 13th of July 2014 (10 am to 7 pm, last admittance 6 am).

Consorzio Promvoetro, managing authority for the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark, couldn’t miss this important opportunity and it has indeed participated to the exhibition with two unique glass artworks, realised by two Murano glass companies bearer of the Vetro Artistico® Murano, Simone Cenedese Murano and Vetreria Effe.

 

Vetreria Effe’s work starts form the idea of sunglasses in 18th century, creating a blown glass sculptures, with gold murrine: a pair of engraved red sunglasses with venetian images.

 

Simone Cenedese’s work is a reproduction of one of the exposed pieces. Lenses have been created blowing glass into the shape of a sphere, and then reshaped and incorporated into a reading glass.

 

The exhibition explains the history of glasses, especially in Venice where Murano glass lenses where the first one to be used to protect oneself from sunlight. According to recent studies those lenses had UV protection factors of very good quality.

About 50 interesting pieces are going to be exposed in the exhibition like sunglasses and gondola’s screens coming from national and international collections.

On Friday 13th June at 5 pm the exhibition “Occhiali da Doge. Gli occhiali da sole nella Venezia del Settecento” (Sunglasses in 18th Century Venice) will take place.

 

The exhibition is organized by the Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana with the collaboration of Comitato Venezia, Museo dell’Occhiale di Pieve di Cadore and Stazione Sperimentale del Vetro di Murano and it will be open to everyone from the 14th of June to the 13th of July 2014 (10 am to 7 pm, last admittance 6 am).

Consorzio Promvoetro, managing authority for the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark, couldn’t miss this important opportunity and it has indeed participated to the exhibition with two unique glass artworks, realised by two Murano glass companies bearer of the Vetro Artistico® Murano, Simone Cenedese Murano and Vetreria Effe.

 

Vetreria Effe’s work starts form the idea of sunglasses in 18th century, creating a blown glass sculptures, with gold murrine: a pair of engraved red sunglasses with venetian images.

 

Simone Cenedese’s work is a reproduction of one of the exposed pieces. Lenses have been created blowing glass into the shape of a sphere, and then reshaped and incorporated into a reading glass.

 

The exhibition explains the history of glasses, especially in Venice where Murano glass lenses where the first one to be used to protect oneself from sunlight. According to recent studies those lenses had UV protection factors of very good quality.

About 50 interesting pieces are going to be exposed in the exhibition like sunglasses and gondola’s screens coming from national and international collections.

On Friday 13th June at 5 pm the exhibition “Occhiali da Doge. Gli occhiali da sole nella Venezia del Settecento” (Sunglasses in 18th Century Venice) will take place.

 

The exhibition is organized by the Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana with the collaboration of Comitato Venezia, Museo dell’Occhiale di Pieve di Cadore and Stazione Sperimentale del Vetro di Murano and it will be open to everyone from the 14th of June to the 13th of July 2014 (10 am to 7 pm, last admittance 6 am).

Consorzio Promvoetro, managing authority for the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark, couldn’t miss this important opportunity and it has indeed participated to the exhibition with two unique glass artworks, realised by two Murano glass companies bearer of the Vetro Artistico® Murano, Simone Cenedese Murano and Vetreria Effe.

 

Vetreria Effe’s work starts form the idea of sunglasses in 18th century, creating a blown glass sculptures, with gold murrine: a pair of engraved red sunglasses with venetian images.

 

Simone Cenedese’s work is a reproduction of one of the exposed pieces. Lenses have been created blowing glass into the shape of a sphere, and then reshaped and incorporated into a reading glass.

 

The exhibition explains the history of glasses, especially in Venice where Murano glass lenses where the first one to be used to protect oneself from sunlight. According to recent studies those lenses had UV protection factors of very good quality.

About 50 interesting pieces are going to be exposed in the exhibition like sunglasses and gondola’s screens coming from national and international collections.

On Friday 13th June at 5 pm the exhibition “Occhiali da Doge. Gli occhiali da sole nella Venezia del Settecento” (Sunglasses in 18th Century Venice) will take place.

 

The exhibition is organized by the Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana with the collaboration of Comitato Venezia, Museo dell’Occhiale di Pieve di Cadore and Stazione Sperimentale del Vetro di Murano and it will be open to everyone from the 14th of June to the 13th of July 2014 (10 am to 7 pm, last admittance 6 am).

Consorzio Promvoetro, managing authority for the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark, couldn’t miss this important opportunity and it has indeed participated to the exhibition with two unique glass artworks, realised by two Murano glass companies bearer of the Vetro Artistico® Murano, Simone Cenedese Murano and Vetreria Effe.

 

Vetreria Effe’s work starts form the idea of sunglasses in 18th century, creating a blown glass sculptures, with gold murrine: a pair of engraved red sunglasses with venetian images.

 

Simone Cenedese’s work is a reproduction of one of the exposed pieces. Lenses have been created blowing glass into the shape of a sphere, and then reshaped and incorporated into a reading glass.

 

The exhibition explains the history of glasses, especially in Venice where Murano glass lenses where the first one to be used to protect oneself from sunlight. According to recent studies those lenses had UV protection factors of very good quality.

About 50 interesting pieces are going to be exposed in the exhibition like sunglasses and gondola’s screens coming from national and international collections.

Venerdì 13 giugno alle 17 sarà inaugurata la mostra “Occhiali da Doge. Gli occhiali da sole nella Venezia del Settecento” con ingresso da Piazzetta San Marco 13/a. L’esposizione – organizzata dalla Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana in collaborazione con il Comitato Venezia, il Museo dell’Occhiale di Pieve di Cadore e la Stazione Sperimentale del Vetro di Murano – sarà aperta al pubblico nelle Sale Monumentali della Biblioteca (Libreria Sansoviniana) dal 14 giugno al 13 luglio 2014 (ingresso dal Museo Correr, Ala napoleonica di Piazza San Marco, con orario 10-19; ultimo ingresso alle ore 18).

 Il Consorzio Promovetro di Murano gestore del marchio Vetro Artistico Murano non ha voluto mancare all’appuntamento ed ha contribuito alla mostra con due opere preziose uniche, inedite realizzate per l’occasione da due aziende muranesi associate al Consorzio: la Simone Cenedese e la Vetreria Effe.

La vetreria Effe, infatti, ha reinterpretato il tema degli occhiali da sole nella Venezia del 700, realizzando una scultura in vetro soffiato con una lavorazione a murrine oro sommerso: un paio di occhiali in vetro rosso con incisione a punta secca, raffigurante un ferro da gondola e il profilo del Palazzo Ducale.

 Mentre la vetreria Simone Cenedese ha riprodotto a mano libera uno dei modelli esposti. Le lenti sono state ottenute soffiando il vetro a forma di sfera, la quale poi, è stata aperta per rendere le lenti dello spessore desiderato. Successivamente, le lenti sono state collegate a caldo al resto dell’occhiale.

 Il percorso espositivo si prefigge di divulgare la storia dell’occhiale, in special modo a Venezia dove le vetrerie di Murano hanno prodotto le prime lenti per ripararsi gli occhi dal sole. Queste lenti, di colore verde e sotto forma di occhiali o di “specchi” trasparenti, venivano usate durante i trasferimenti in gondola per le dame o per i bambini. Da recenti studi è risultato che le lenti originali del Settecento hanno una grande proprietà di filtraggio per i raggi UV, notoriamente nocivi per gli occhi. Un aspetto molto interessante, questo, visto che i raggi UV sono stati scoperti soltanto il secolo successivo.

Nel percorso della mostra saranno esposti una cinquantina di pezzi unici e molto rari: tra questi, occhiali e vetri da gondola, provenienti da alcune collezioni private italiane ed europee, ad uno dei quali si attribuisce la proprietà al Doge Alvise IV Giovanni Mocenigo, integrati con altri del Museo Correr, il Museo dell’Occhiale di Pieve di Cadore, un quadro della Banca Popolare di Vicenza, nonché alcuni volumi della Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana.

On Friday 13th June at 5 pm the exhibition “Occhiali da Doge. Gli occhiali da sole nella Venezia del Settecento” (Sunglasses in 18th Century Venice) will take place.

 

The exhibition is organized by the Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana with the collaboration of Comitato Venezia, Museo dell’Occhiale di Pieve di Cadore and Stazione Sperimentale del Vetro di Murano and it will be open to everyone from the 14th of June to the 13th of July 2014 (10 am to 7 pm, last admittance 6 am).

Consorzio Promvoetro, managing authority for the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark, couldn’t miss this important opportunity and it has indeed participated to the exhibition with two unique glass artworks, realised by two Murano glass companies bearer of the Vetro Artistico® Murano, Simone Cenedese Murano and Vetreria Effe.

 

Vetreria Effe’s work starts form the idea of sunglasses in 18th century, creating a blown glass sculptures, with gold murrine: a pair of engraved red sunglasses with venetian images.

 

Simone Cenedese’s work is a reproduction of one of the exposed pieces. Lenses have been created blowing glass into the shape of a sphere, and then reshaped and incorporated into a reading glass.

 

The exhibition explains the history of glasses, especially in Venice where Murano glass lenses where the first one to be used to protect oneself from sunlight. According to recent studies those lenses had UV protection factors of very good quality.

About 50 interesting pieces are going to be exposed in the exhibition like sunglasses and gondola’s screens coming from national and international collections.

On Friday 13th June at 5 pm the exhibition “Occhiali da Doge. Gli occhiali da sole nella Venezia del Settecento” (Sunglasses in 18th Century Venice) will take place.

 

The exhibition is organized by the Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana with the collaboration of Comitato Venezia, Museo dell’Occhiale di Pieve di Cadore and Stazione Sperimentale del Vetro di Murano and it will be open to everyone from the 14th of June to the 13th of July 2014 (10 am to 7 pm, last admittance 6 am).

Consorzio Promvoetro, managing authority for the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark, couldn’t miss this important opportunity and it has indeed participated to the exhibition with two unique glass artworks, realised by two Murano glass companies bearer of the Vetro Artistico® Murano, Simone Cenedese Murano and Vetreria Effe.

 

Vetreria Effe’s work starts form the idea of sunglasses in 18th century, creating a blown glass sculptures, with gold murrine: a pair of engraved red sunglasses with venetian images.

 

Simone Cenedese’s work is a reproduction of one of the exposed pieces. Lenses have been created blowing glass into the shape of a sphere, and then reshaped and incorporated into a reading glass.

 

The exhibition explains the history of glasses, especially in Venice where Murano glass lenses where the first one to be used to protect oneself from sunlight. According to recent studies those lenses had UV protection factors of very good quality.

About 50 interesting pieces are going to be exposed in the exhibition like sunglasses and gondola’s screens coming from national and international collections.