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MIRROR Face to Face

Italian and Estonian Artists exhibition
Graphic art exposition


Qu.Bi Gallery - Corso Fogazzaro, 21 - VICENZA

Thursday 29th June, 19:00.

EXHIBITION OF GRAPHIC WORKS by the students of Liceo Artistico Statale A. Canova curated by Mirca Lucato, Eleonora Pucci and Giuseppe Vigolo
Friday 30th June, 16.00 - 21.00

MEETING WITH THE ARTISTS, presentation of the artists Inga Heamägi and Vlado Goreski,
Friday 30th June, 19:00.


From Tuesday to Friday, from 10.00 to 13.00 and from 15.00 to 18.30
Saturday and Sunday from 16.00 to 19.00
Free entrance

The Vicenza Club for UNESCO intends to support and propose this second edition of Mirror – Face to face: an international exhibition on engraving art, seen through the Italian and the Estonian artists’ eyes.

A mirror is a gateway between the real and the imaginary worlds. A comparison between eyes and gaze, outward appearance and inner reality; a movement between the act of seeing (reflecting) and understanding (making the spectators think). It reveals what is beyond the painting, expanding space and offering different perceptional possibilities to the observer.
More than fifty artists have been invited to show a piece of their engraving art to an international public in order to compare visions, themes and their different techniques and to witness how inspiration crosses time and places.


The exhibition is curated by Valeria Bertesina, project leader (also curator of Biennal Di Carta Papermade, International Paper Artworks Biennal, Schio, Vicenza) and Inga Heamagi (Chairwoman of the Association of the Estonian Printmakers), who are in charge, respectively, of the Italian and Estonian artists selection.

Artists have been invited to exhibit their artworks both in Estonia and in Italy. The Vicenza Club for UNESCO and the Association of the Estonian Printmakers, together with the local institutions, are the contact points for Italy and Estonia.


Mirror - Face to face Project follows the 2005 UNESCO Convention on the promotion of the diversity of cultural expressions and the 2005 Council of Europe Convention on the Value of Cultural Heritage for Society.


14 April - 6 May 2017

National Library of Estonia
Tõnismägi, 2 15189 Tallinn, Estonia

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