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Maria Grazia Rosin

Maria Grazia Rosin

 
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Maria Grazia Rosin was born in Cortina d’Ampezzo (Italy).
She lives and works  in Venice.

She was educated at the Istituto d’Arte in Cortina and went on to study under the guidance of Emilio Vedova at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice where she graduated in 1983. In 1992, she was among the winners in a competition organized by Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa in Venice to discover new potential talent in glass art. Rosin thus began collaborating with eminent master glass blowers.
From this initial experience in her new medium, Rosin went from strength to strength as she transformed the visionary bi-dimensional concepts she had explored on canvas into the three-dimensional reality that glass afforded her. Of highly sophisticated aesthetic quality, Rosin’s visually rich, starkly colored, sinuously shaped creations are at the point where art meets design. They bring together the best of Murano’s centuries-old, skilled craftsmanship and complex technology in installations with their hallmark quality visual, sound and video effects.

The City of Venice honored Rosin in 2007, awarding her a solo show at the prestigious Palazzo Fortuny. titled “Gelatine LUX”, the show was a masterpiece of artistic achievement, in which Rosin took to new heights her singular capacity to harmoniously orchestrate color, form, material, sound, visuals and sensorial experience in a site specific context. The show was applauded for the equilibrium the artist struck between art and design and the centuries-old artisan craftsmanship behind the artworks and the cutting-edge technology used for quality-controlled illumination, digital images and electronic surrounds.

Titled “Gelatine LUX”, the show was a masterpiece of artistic achievement, in which Rosin took to new heights her singular capacity to harmoniously orchestrate color, form, material, sound, visuals and sensorial experience in a site specific context. The show was applauded for the equilibrium the artist struck between art and design and the centuries-old artisan craftsmanship behind the artworks and the cutting-edge technology used for quality-controlled illumination, digital images and electronic surrounds.