InGalleria / Punta Conterie Art Gallery

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Until 31 December 2022

InGalleria Art Gallery

InGalleria Art Gallery is the new exhibition space in Murano - just a few minutes by boat from Venice - between glass art, design and visual arts.

In the heart of Murano - the island symbol of the glassmaking tradition worldwide - InGalleria Art Gallery is the exhibition space of Punta Conterie , a hub with a multifaceted charm where design, glass art, visual arts and contemporary food and wine interpenetrate stimulating unusual cultural and taste paths.

Located in the external perimeter of the former Conterie di Murano, one of the most representative buildings of the island's industrial building, Punta Conterie is first of all a cultural and urban regeneration project resulting from the commitment and vision of two entrepreneurs: Alessandro Vecchiato and Dario Campa.

In this particular cultural and architectural context, InGalleria Art Gallery - whose activities are directed by Alessandro Vecchiato - is spread over over 200 square meters on the first floor of Punta Conterie , merging architectural elements typical of the Murano tradition such as the ceiling with original exposed beams and the herringbone oak flooring in an industrial context such as that of the “ex Conterie”. A fluid environment where the compromises between tradition and contemporaneity, natural elements and modern technologies offer the ideal context for projects dedicated to the world of glass, design, visual arts with large areas for site-specific installations.

InGalleria Art Gallery officially inaugurated in September 2019 with “Lino Tagliapietra. Glasswork ”, the first monographic exhibition dedicated to the most important glass artist known worldwide.


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Fondamenta Giustinian, 1
30141 Venice


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