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Tosetto at the 73rd Venice International Film Festival
The 73rd Venice International Film Festival will officialy open to the public on August 31st, 2016. Also this year, Tosetto will fabricate many areas of the festival starting from the famous Palazzo del Cinema’s red carpet and external scenic design to the area in front of the Palazzo del Casinò, the Terrazza Mare and Garden areas, the interiors of the Palazzo del Casinò, the Pala Biennale and the new Sala Giardino.
The Festival, organised by La Biennale di Venezia and directed by Alberto Barbera, will animate the island of Lido di Venezia till September 10th with a program rich of international guests, preview screenings, press conferences and events.
New Philipp Plein store in Paris
Tosetto undertook the construction of the new Philipp Plein store in Paris, designed by Pironi & Partners studio.
David LaChapelle. I Believe in Miracles – MUDEC
The great solo exhibition David LaChapelle. I Believe in Miracles was inaugurated at MUDEC in Milan. Open until the 11th of September, the exhibition is the result of the artistic research path that has gone through the entire life of the American photographer, with over 90 works exhibited in large formats, site-specific shots, new productions …
Tosetto at the Muse of Trento for the exhibition on the human genome
Tosetto fabricated the set-ups of the exhibition “Human Genome: what makes us unique” at the Muse, the Trento Science Museum designed by architect Renzo Piano