“[...]The title of the exhibition, The Small Utopia. Ars Multiplicata, is a reference to the dream, handed down from the historic avant-gardes to the artists of today, overing a period of 75 years, from the beginning of the 20th century to 1975, the exhibition documents with over six hundred works, including multiples and prototypes [...]“
This presentation of the exhibition perfectly represents the unique of this project. Interlinea S.r.l., in cooperation with many of its partners worldwide, dealt with more than 120 lenders (museums, galleries and private collections), approx. 650 artworks from 14 countries in the world including, for example, some of the most famous museum such as the Warhol Museum – USA, the Hermitage Museum – Russia, the National Museum of Modern Art – Kyoto, the Israel Museum – Jerusalem, the Tate Gallery – London, etc. I
Interlinea S.r.l. organized packing formalities, transports, full airport supervisions and assistance to loans and couriers including all customs and fine art formalities for all arrivals.
Our arthandlers and our staff worked day and night to arrange in only a couple of weeks all formalities and deliveries to this new and amazing exhibition venue, the Palace called Ca’ Corner della Regina, whose location is right on the Grand Canal. Masterpieces by artists like Andy Warhol, Beuys, Duchamp, Man Ray and many others, most of them very fragile, have been safely transported and delivered from their original locations to enchanting Venice.