Renate Bertlmann at the Belvedere Museum Vienna

Renate Bertlmann at the Belvedere Museum Vienna

“Gardens are never innocent.” Architectural historian Beatriz Colomina noted in the catalogue for Renate Bertlmann’s Austrian Pavilion at the 58th edition of the Venice Biennale of Arts. “Formal gardens are classically the very image of femininity, controlled. Liquid,...

Tony Cragg at BUILDINGBOX

Tony Cragg at BUILDINGBOX

“My works are absolutely geometric objects, but at the same time they have a shape which is complicated enough to allow you to involve them and have an emotional response” – Tony Cragg The fifth...

The Radical cycle

The Radical cycle

Fondazione Berengo was originally established to give a platform and space to explore the relationship between glass and contemporary art. January 2020 saw the final chapter of its contemporary art...

Jaume Plensa at The State Hermitage Museum

Jaume Plensa at The State Hermitage Museum

This Autumn Berengo Studio was delighted to transport Jaume Plensa’s sculpture “Carlota” to Russia and install the contemplative artwork in the external courtyard of the impressive State Hermitage...

Berengo at St. Regis Venice

Berengo at St. Regis Venice

In an innovative new project Berengo Studio is proud to partner with the St. Regis Hotel in Venice to bring Murano glass back to the heart of the ancient city. The cultural partnership sees selected...

Wael Shawky returns to New York

Wael Shawky returns to New York

We’re delighted to share the news that Egyptian artist Wael Shawky has opened his first exhibition at the Lisson Gallery in New York. The show marks Shawky’s first in the Big Apple since his solo...

Tony Cragg in Boboli Gardens

Tony Cragg in Boboli Gardens

A curved blade of steel sets itself like a twisting stem against the spectacular panorama of Florence, it seems to reach for the sky from the highest point of the famous Boboli Gardens. This...