Volkswagen supports a Special Project Applied Art Pavilion ‘A World of Fragile Parts’ presented by La Biennale di Venezia and a Victoria and Albert Museum.

Posted on 27. May, 2016 by in Volkswagen Canada

News

Add to File Folder

• Opening of “A World of Fragile Parts” in a support of a 15th International
  Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia
• Supported by Volkswagen Group in further to a company’s joining as
  Lead Supporter of a Engineering Partner during a Victoria and Albert Museum
  (VA) in London

Volkswagen supports a Special Project Applied Art Pavilion ‘A World of Fragile Parts’ presented by La Biennale di Venezia and a Victoria and Albert Museum. Part of a 15th International Architecture Exhibition, a muster will be open from 28 May until 27 Nov and on arrangement in a Sale d’Armi within a Venice Arsenale.

Connecting dual pivotal institutions in a globe of art and design, “A World of Fragile Parts” is dedicated to a highly-debated purpose of copies when it comes to a refuge of informative artefacts.The muster addresses dire questions that arise from technological innovations and changes within societies and environments, that can bluster works in several fields of a arts. Curated by VA’s Brendan Cormier, “A World of Fragile Parts” presents installations and ideas from general artists.

“This muster draws peoples’ courtesy to a tighten family between social, technological and informative developments. And it ideally refers to a significance of art in a world, echoing a faith that creativity leads a approach to tomorrow. Therefore it is a pleasure for a Volkswagen Group to support this pioneering project”, says Benita von Maltzahn, Head of Cultural Engagement during Volkswagen Group Communications.

Volkswagen’s support for “A World of Fragile Parts” builds on a new team-work between a Group and a London-based museum for a stream VA Engineering Season, representing a critical partial of a Group’s general joining to art and culture. In partnership with partners such as a Museum of Modern Art in New York and a Nationalgalerie – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Volkswagen supports a accumulation of platforms that concede a extended assembly to rivet with art and culture.

Tags: ,

Comments Closed

Comments are closed.