The convergence of art, audio, and style and design will be on total screen commencing this week at New York’s Center for Italian Modern Art. Sonus faber has partnered with the Heart for Italian for Modern-day Art for a six-month collaboration which incorporates a gorgeous luxurious products integration of its Il Cremonese loudspeakers with supporting tools from sister brand names Rotel, Pro-Ject and Bassocontinuo.
High-close audio can reach a quite different audience when it participates in exhibitions such as this which honors legendary, Italian designer, Bruno Munari who passed absent in 1998.
Involving 1940 and 1959, Munari made many objects for the Italian design marketplace like light fixtures, ash trays, televisions, espresso equipment, and toys. He was also an accomplished children’s writer specializing in literature that promoted touch, movement, and color by means of tactile surfaces, textures, and minimize-outs.
At a time when an emphasis on visual interaction merges with society’s longing for attractiveness and restorative contemplation, Sonus faber will launch the partnership with CIMA by serving as its Exhibition Presenting Sponsor for the Bruno Munari Exhibition premiering this week.
Sonus faber will supply an additional experiential factor to the showcase and artist, introducing luxury audio to increase the sensorial working experience.
The exhibition will showcase Munari’s multifaceted oeuvre to CIMA’s worldwide and numerous audience. The demonstrate will be enhanced by exclusive programming, amid which multisensory art and music ordeals that will provide with each other Munari’s visual language and the entire world of avantgarde music.
Laura Mattioli, the founder of the Heart for Italian Contemporary Art, remarked “In partnership with Sonus faber, we are thrilled to present a refreshing point of view on Bruno Munari’s oeuvre, bringing into the 21 Century the superior craftsmanship, innovation and creativity that have been the hallmarks of Italian society for centuries.”
“We are so very pleased to associate with CIMA and reestablish our synergy with artists and designers,” claimed Sonus faber Chief of Structure Livio Cucuzza. “It is of the utmost worth for us to pay homage to Italian artisans and share their will work with the world, specially and primarily to Bruno Munari, a pillar of Italian style and design and innovative genius.”
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