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Massimo Nordio - "Tête à Tête" small glass
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The glass artist Massimo Nordio has especially created for Caffè Florian a limited edition of the Tête à Tête hand-blown glass.

Massimo Nordio – “Tête à Tête” small glass

22,40 

The glass artist Massimo Nordio has especially created for Caffè Florian a limited edition of the Tête à Tête hand-blown glass.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
After experimenting with cinema and photography, in 1980 Massimo Nordio begins a collection of twentieth-century Venetian glass which will prove a fateful move in his carrier and his life. He then provides the photographs for the definitive monographies of iconic pieces of modern glass at Murano, acquiring an intimacy with this medium. His pieces can be found in the Museo Vetrario in Murano, the Kunst Glass Museum in Dusseldolf, the Musée des Arts Décoratives in Paris, the Daiichi Museum in Nagoya, Japan, the Corning Museum of art and the Chrysler Museum of Art, both in New York.

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  • Dimensionsh 10,5cm, ø 8cm

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The glass artist Massimo Nordio has especially created for Caffè Florian a limited edition of the Tête à Tête hand-blown glass. ABOUT THE AUTHOR After experimenting with cinema and photography, in 1980 Massimo Nordio begins a collection of twentieth-century Venetian glass which will prove a fateful move in his carrier and his life. He then provides the photographs for the definitive monographies of iconic pieces of modern glass at Murano, acquiring an intimacy with this medium. His pieces can be found in the Museo Vetrario in Murano, the Kunst Glass Museum in Dusseldolf, the Musée des Arts Décoratives in Paris, the Daiichi Museum in Nagoya, Japan, the Corning Museum of art and the Chrysler Museum of Art, both in New York.

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