Murano is considered the epitome of Italian glass design par excellence. Its tradition reaches back to the 14th century, when Venice based its famous glass production on the neighbouring island. After an eventful history, the 20th century saw a renewed flowering, which began in the late 1920s and continues to this day.
Around 300 top-class works from one of the largest private collections of Murano glass, of the Lutz Holz Collection, are shown at two exhibition venues: In the Art déco pillar hall of the GRASSI Museum of Applied Arts and in the exhibition room of TECHNE
SPHERE in Leipzig-Plagwitz.
Here you will receive further information about the exhibition in the Grassi-Museum.
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