What to Expect at Anna Russo Museums and Collections
In this article, we'll look at a few collections from Anna Russo, Arrigo Musti, and Lindsey Wixson. Plus, we'll talk about Tod's Circus collection! If you've ever wondered what to expect at an Anna Russo museum, you're in luck! Here, we'll take a look at the art you can expect to see.
Founder and Executive Director of ARS Gallery Arts Culture Center, Anna Russo Sieber has dedicated her career to arts education for more than 30 years. She has exhibited in art centers, museums and schools, and has developed several art programs. She has also been awarded the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Research Residency. She received an MA in North American Art History from the American University in Washington, D.C.
Anna Russo's work is a combination of visual art and literature. She has published novels with some of Italy's most prestigious publishing houses. Her art works are made from various mediums, including concrete, engraved words with knives, and layered with acrylic. The resulting works of art have an emotional and dramatic impact. These sculptures and paintings are a combination of art and literature, allowing visitors to feel the emotions she writes about.
Born in Palermo, Sicily in 1969, Arrigo left the legal profession to pursue his art career. His work often uses mythology as a metaphor for the corruption of values. Besides participating in group exhibitions and personal exhibitions, he has also been the subject of auctions, including a Christie's auction in 2008. His work has won numerous awards, including the prestigious Prix Goya.
In 2013 and 2014, Arrigo had his first solo exhibition in Rome. He was selected as a finalist for the Art and Bioethics Competition organized by UNESCO. After his winning the competition, he went to Rome to teach at the G. C. Argan State Art School, where he met art historians Maurizio Calvesi and Augusta Monferini. While living in Rome, his work underwent further stylistic transformation. In addition to creating a distinctive line of interior fittings and tiles, he also collaborated with the interior designer Anna Russo.
The Director of Anna Russo Museums and Collections, Lindsey Wixson, recently made an appearance in Vogue Japan's beauty supplement. The fashion world gathered to toast the former Vogue Paris Editor-in-Chief. The fashion scene included Alexander Wang, Margerita Missoni, Andre Leon Talley, and others. The event was sponsored by Veuve Clicquot, and DJ Nick Cohen kept the dance floor pumping.
Tod's Circus collection
Fashion icon Anna Dello Russo has collaborated with Italian luxury brand Tod's to design a collection of bags, shoes, and accessories. The collection features quirky and whimsical elements, including animal-shaped bags, sequined MR and Mrs Clown, and emoji-like designs. Here, the Italian designer talks about the collaboration and her own personal style.
The collection combines the world of circus with the Italian luxury footwear brand Tod's. The collection includes a clownish take on the classic Gommino loafer, as well as charming circus elephant bags. Anna Russo worked closely with artisans at Tod's to design the accessories, which are then made in Italy. The collection features playful circus animal-inspired details and bold colors that are sure to turn heads.
In collaboration with the designer Anna Dello Russo, Tod's has created a limited edition of the brand's iconic Circus bags. The collection also features a limited edition of Tod's iconic Gommino loafers, totes, sneakers, and small accessories. The new Circus line is set to debut in Tokyo's Omotesando boutique. Soon, the line will hit stores in Shanghai, Dubai, and Milan.
Arrigo Musti at Rosewood Hotels & Resorts
If you're in Italy for the holidays, then you'll definitely want to visit the art gallery of the world-famous Italian architect Arrigo Musti. He lives and works in Palermo and Rome. The collection features works by many of the most respected modern artists in the world, including Diego Rivera, Frank Gehry, and Marcel Breuer.