Opening party of the art exhibition "Aria" by Tomás Saraceno
On the occasion of the inauguration of “Aria” by Tomás Saraceno at Palazzo Strozzi, our team organized an exclusive party in the spaces of the Strozzina, just for a few selected guests of the foundation of Palazzo Strozzi.
Inauguration of the art exhibition of Tomás Saraceno in Florence
Deeply linked to art, every year, the city of Florence hosts many exhibitions of artists from all over the world. In February we got to know this world up close. Palazzo Strozzi, one of the most well-known museum centers in the city, hosted the exhibition of Tomás Saraceno, a visionary Argentine artist, and Genius Eventi was given the task of organizing the inauguration party.
The event took place a few days before the opening of the exhibition to the public, exclusively for the friends of Palazzo Strozzi foundation.
Minimal-styled opening party
For the occasion, guests were welcomed in the spaces of the Strozzina, the contemporary culture center of Palazzo Strozzi. Its rooms are generally used for exhibitions and thematic or educational projects, but for one evening they were the setting for an exclusive opening party.
Tomás Saraceno is known for his continuous creative research that combines art, natural and social sciences. We therefore chose to pay homage to his vision by studying a minimal setting and a vegetarian menu that could enhance the value of nature and essentiality that characterize the artist’s works.
Settings inspired by the works of Saraceno
The design of the event, the organization and the logistics have been completely taken care of by our team, the only point of reference of the evening for the Foundation. We have provided long tables decorated with simplicity and attention to detail, with colorful LEDs and transparent jars with herbs to act as centerpieces: perfect to reflect the colors of the lights that changed from minute to minute.
By staying true to the natural and minimal mood of the party, we filled the jars with salad leaves and aromatic herbs creating a small vegetable garden on the table. Plants and greenery were also used by the artist in his installations.