Wopart and Private Room by Excellence Magazine & Colombo Experience

An important presence was that of our Private Room, during the Wopart art exhibition that opened today in Lugano.

We await all members in possession of the Excellence member card, passionate and art collectors who will be able to enjoy the 5-star service managed for us by our partner, Villa Principe Leopoldo.

Events, entertainment, consulting, services and much more await you during Wopart whose cultural direction is in the hands of Robert Phillips, a well-known art critic and historian at an international level.

Phillips has worked as a consultant for the Solomon Guggenheim Foundation in New York (USA), the Moa Museum of Art in Atami (Japan), the collection of the High Museum of Art in Atlanta (USA), the Artemis Group in France and other foundations. related to art in New York and Rome; in Venice he worked as an independent curator and supervised various exhibitions and events, mainly at Palazzo Zenobio, Museo Correr, Palazzo Fortuny, Arsenale di Venezia and Officina delle Zattere.

Emanuela Zini
My professional life has been marked by several big changes that made me grow as a person and as a leader, develop new skills and mental flexibility, which in turn allows me to face challenges from a different, unique perspective. To me, writing represent a way to communicate with myself and with others. Telling stories and engaging my readers are the challenges that I am currently facing within a wider editorial project.

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