W Doha Hosts ‘Diva! Italian Glamour in Fashion Jewellery’ Exhibition
W Doha Hotel & Residences is hosting at its vibrant art space, ART29, a dazzling Italian Jewellery exhibition entitled ‘Diva! Italian Glamour in Fashion Jewellery’, a project promoted by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and brought to Qatar by the Embassy of Italy in Doha.
Diva! will showcase the true Italian style through a rich collection of jewels that will take passionate on a voyage through the evolution of Italy’s fashion, brands and customs. The opening event was held at ART29 on October 10th, 2021. The exhibition will remain open to the public until October 24th, 2021, 10am-10pm daily.
The Diva! exhibition features 200 pieces of Italian fashion jewellery, spanning years of evolution, dating from the 1950s to today. Curated by renowned Professor of Jewellery Design at Italy's Politecnico di Milano University and Director of the Vicenza Museum of Jewellery, Alba Cappellieri, along with Beatrice Rossato, Livia Tenuta and Susanna Testa, the artworks on display show the finest expression of Italian design and artistry. Not only jewellery lovers, but art lovers are promised an immersive experience through an evolution in style and fashion.
The Ambassador of Italy to the State of Qatar, Alessandro Prunas said: “The Ambassador of Italy to the State of Qatar, Alessandro Prunas said: “We are very proud to display in Qatar a unique variety of jewels revealing how Italian creativity has evolved according to fashion trends and social transformations. Made in Italy jewellery has been able to combine over the years innovative design and sophisticated craftsmanship, a successful combination which continues to be the secret behind the creation of unique ornaments reflecting the changes of a culture constantly in motion. Jewels are artworks turned into everyday fashion items inspiring ideas and dreams! We are glad that Italian jewellery is very much appreciated in Qatar. Italian designers and brands are eager to cooperate with the flourishing sector of local fashion artists to share their knowledge and know-how. Special thanks to our local partners, who contributed to make this event happen: W Doha Hotel for the out-of-the-ordinary sense of hospitality and
Abu Issa Holding for sponsoring the exhibition stands adding extra value to the collection.”
General Manager of W Doha, Wassim Daageh, said: “This is a very exciting time for W Doha to be hosting the ‘Diva!’ exhibition in collaboration with the Embassy of Italy in Doha. The exhibition celebrates the evolution of Italian fashion over the years, narrating inspiring elements of the Italian culture through an exotic display of the finest Italian jewellery. A truly immersive exhibition not to be missed. We encourage everyone to visit ART29 to get a true taste of Italian fine jewellery.”
Professor Alba Cappellieri said: “Diva! Presents 200 fashion Italian jewels, dating back to the so called period “La Dolce Vita” during the ‘50s and continuing through the Prêt-à-Porter in the ‘80s and the Minimalism in the ‘90s until the New Millennium fashion. This extensive collection represents the esthetic mirror of society, showing the transformation of styles and costumes, ambitions and achievements of women, as well as the evolution of shapes, materials and new production techniques. It tells a typical “Italian story” that once again enhances creativity, craftsmanship, design, art, technology, beauty and innovation of our Country”.
ART29 is an exciting platform that presents the works of up and coming local, regional, and international artists. Spread over the hotel’s 29th floor, the vibrant space is meant to spark inspiration and nurture creativity, providing artists with a space to showcase their work and aspirations to the community. For more information, please visit the Art29 website at www.art29doha.com
Source: Press Release
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