Marni‘s 20th anniversary is a cause for celebration, and the brand is celebrating by hosting a series of events as a part of the 56th annual Venice Biennale. Occupying the elusive San Gregorio Abbey, doors are open to the public with Becoming Marni, an exhibition that includes 100 wooden sculptures by Brazilian artist Véio. The sculptures examine the Italian label’s evolving identity, touching upon its use of colors and shapes that have marked Marni’s style. Conceived by Carolina Gastiglioni, creative director of Marni’s special projects and curated by Stefano Rabolli Pansera, architect and founder of curatorial agency Beyond Entropy Ltd., the show walks you through from outside to inside, which includes a cloister housing Véio’s workshop where he can create artwork on site. The show will run from May 9 to November 22, for more information, head over to Marni’s site.
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