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Tosetto at Fruit Attraction in Madrid
Tosetto has fabricated the booth for MAAP and Verona Mercato at Fruit Attraction, the main trade fair dedicated to the fruit and vegetable sector held in Madrid.
Now in its 10th edition, the international trade show is attracting over 1600 exhibitors from all over the world. The pavilion designed by Tosetto hosts the Mercato AgroAlimentare di Padova (MAAP), among the top 10 markets at national level, together with Verona Mercato, the management company of the Verona agro-food pole in a single space designed to give maximum emphasis to the two giants.
Tosetto in Venice for the Biennale Arte 2017
The 57th International Art Exhibition VIVA ARTE VIVA will open to the public on May 13th in Venice. Curated by Christine Macel, the event it’s organized by La Biennale di Venezia.
Tosetto in Mestre for the “Mare blu” exhibition
The exhibition “Mare Blu”, curated by Gabriella Belli and Alberto Salvadori and set up by Tosetto, was inaugurated on the 15th of June last year in the exhibition spaces of Forte Marghera in Mestre (Veneto). The exhibition tells the story of the sea through the works of three different artists. The sculptural fountains by Massimo …
MUNDI. National Museum of Italian – Set up of the first two rooms – Santa Maria Novella complex
On the 7th of July the exhibition that anticipates the opening of MUNDI, the first national museum dedicated to Italian language, scheduled for 2023, was inaugurated in the complex of Santa Maria Novella in Florence. Set up in two rooms, the exhibition prefigures the main themes of the museum, offering a journey into Italian linguistic …