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Head in the clouds, listening to dreams in a world of distractions. Suspend your thoughts, remain available, empty and permeable, detach yourself from yourself and go into yourself, as you inhale and exhale.
Go beyond the limits of space, of our world, of everyday life, abandon yourself to a dream that leads to a fantastic and unusual place.
Now we find ourselves surprised and suspended, floating in a sea of clouds, in a sky that we don't look at much anymore, thinking we can do without it, our attention turned to screens. Clouds of thoughts pass over our heads, casting shadows, opening to rays of light, bringing rains. An invitation to observe, to listen, to cultivate doubt and to run less and to stop and look at the clouds.
Falling Dreams is an immersive installation that explores the theme of the dream, its value, its creative range. An ethereal architecture made of light and water, a cascade of clouds six meters high that produces a suspended, floating landscape.
Without dreams, the future does not exist. But how are dreams nourished? With art, beauty, wonder, ideas. We are all called to nurture creativity and talent, cultivating dreams. Taking care of the future should be an ordinary, every-day act.
Pasqua Vini supports talent and the dreams it generates through patronage projects over the last 5 years that have involved artists from all over the world. Talented artists, different from each other, in terms of origin, culture and work areas, were asked to express their vision of the brand and its values in projects commissioned ad hoc by the Veronese winery. Talent and dreams have dominated years of collaboration, giving rise to a multicultural, interdisciplinary and multimedia narrative that the Veronese winery has communicated and promoted around the world through its projects and wines.
Brianda Fitz James Stuart
Brianda Fitz James Stuart
Brianda is an illustrator, painter and pattern designer. For many years, fashion has been her world and she has earned much appreciation on social media and in the international press. She later discovered the visual arts and painting, in particular, as her true vocation. Creative, sensitive and "a little distracted", her work is characterized by an almost dreamlike style.
Ludovica Basso, aka Clorophilla, is an Italian artist and illustrator. Born at the seaside, she spends part of her time traveling. She has openly expressed her creativity since she was very young, leaving her mark on various surfaces and experimenting with the use of different materials: clothes, old family portraits, fabrics, leather bags, each object is transformed and made unique.
Lara Lars is a young Spanish artist who has exhibited her work all over the world. Her feminine vision emerges in her collages that are an innovative mix of her background as an architect and her passion for retro. His work as an artist began almost by accident as a visual diary to express her experiences and feelings.
Anastasia Bengoechea, aka "Monstruo Espagueti", is a Spanish illustrator. With a degree in Advertising, she likes to define herself as a graphic humorist. Her work includes a mix of illustrations, texts, images or even poems, that are in fact accurate portraits of many facets of modern life and its perils, ironically interpreted in a sharp and intelligent way.
Plastik is a creative studio founded in Beirut, Lebanon in 2007, launching the first visual publication in the Middle East in 2009. Founder and Creative Director Eli Rezkallah is a New York-based fine-art photographer, video director and visual artist. Today Plastik is an integrated creative platform (Plastik Magazine, Plastik Studios, Plastik Gallery and Plastik Shop) with an audience of over 1 million Instagram followers.
Piart is a young Spanish artist, dreamer and professional economist. Her artistic activities have been dedicated to developing her creativity, whether it be through drawing, painting, designing or creating collages. Her original representations blend reality with fantasy and imagination, placing them in an almost surreal dimension.
Uovo Lab is a Visual Design studio founded in San Marino in 2014 by a group of young artists that specializes in mixed media projects using a mixture of styles and visual arts. Their images seek to combine photography, traditional animation, motion graphics and illustration in a way that tells stories and conveys messages in an unconventional way.
Timo Helgert, German artist and creative director, is the founder of Vacades. In his project "The return of nature" Timo explores the potential of augmented reality through a series of digital installations that immediately became viral from his Instagram profile. The videos represent some of the cities most affected by Covid-19, from Milan to New York, revived by the beauty of nature in flower as a sign of rebirth and hope for the future.
24-year-old, self-taught wunderkind of the new trend in contemporary art, CB Hoyo was born in Havana, then moved to the Dominican Republic and from there later left for Europe. The artist became known and appreciated for his ability to translate the contradictions of a present dominated by fake news and social media, creatively questioning the authenticity of some great works of art or iconic pieces from the world of fashion, and calling into question their real market value with simple, but ironic and impactful messages. His works are exhibited in private galleries and public collections on all continents.
Diego is from Verona, and he is one of the most talented in the catering world of Milan. He is passionate, enthusiastic and professional, values that have led him to obtain authoritative awards in the world of food. We at Pasqua recognized ourselves in his history and in his determination. We supported his dreams and started working together with him to launch a wine label that is natural and authentic, like his passion.
Giorgia is eclectic and out of the ordinary. Ingenious in grasping the essence of things, the universal in the detail. The originality of her continuous line drawing is the authentic expression of her interiority. With Giorgia we worked on a project presented at Vinitaly 2018.
Lidia is from Verona. She began wearing dancing shoes at the age of 6 and she decided to never take them off again. Dance became her world, her language, her life. She dreamed of dancing at Juilliard School in New York and, with much determination, passed all the auditions. We at Pasqua saw in her tenacity something extraordinary, something that also distinguishes our daily work. So we chose to support her dreams and her international artistic career.