IN-VISIBLE SHOW

EVERYTHING I WANT is proud to present “The IN-visible Show”, an episodic digital exhibition showcasing our made in Venice Favourites. 

In today’s world creating pieces of the highest quality, with the purest materials, crafted by the dedication of practiced hands is a challenge. Objects are emotional, and highly skilled craft manifests this magical connection as the gestures and intellectual thinking behind each item nourishes our minds and spirits.

"The IN-visible Show" is our curation of Venetian voices and international talents who find inspiration collaborating with master artisans from the lagoon. 

A reflection of Nadja Romain's encounters and relationships, the exhibition makes visible the element of alchemy that go into creative craft as we uncover the intimate stories behind them; stories filled with passion, guided by tradition, innovation, and slow production.

As a Venice headquartered company EVERYTHING I WANT has a mission to preserve traditional savoir-faire, and a purpose to champion their evolution, fostering sustainability and unexpected collaborations.

 Venice is unique, an expression of humanity's capacity to manifest our dreams against all odds. Supporting this common heritage involves restoring and preserving the city – its architecture, its exceptional natural environment – but also its immaterial heritage: the spirit of Venetians themselves. 

Though difficult, this time presents an opportunity for Venice to redefine itself.
Join us on an exclusive journey to support artists and artisans throughout the lagoon, a voyage where the unseen is finally made visible.

Irene Cattaneo completed an M.A in Design Management at Central Saint Martins in London. She creates poetic sculptures that play with the notion of the very nature of objects. As pure art work to be enjoyed versus functional pieces.

IRENE CATTANEO

Venice based artist Irene Cattaneo started her career working for luxury brands in Milan, London and New York. She completed an M.A in Design Management at Central Saint Martins in London. She is a traveler, having moved many times growing up, always submerged in an international environment. This informs her insatiable curiosity, extreme versatility and eclectic style. Irene creates poetic sculptures that play with the notion of the very nature of objects. As pure art work to be enjoyed versus functional pieces.

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talian-born and Paris-based Marco Mencacci is a multidisciplinary and polyhedric architect and artist. Mencacci’s works with Murano glass are driven by an intimate understanding of the material, whose sensual vertigo of shapes.

MARCO MENCACCI

Italian-born and Paris-based Marco Mencacci is a multidisciplinary and polyhedric architect and artist. He has an impressively rich background, ranging from interior design, home decor to theatre and television scenography. Mencacci’s works with Murano glass are driven by an intimate understanding of the material, whose sensual vertigo of shapes guides him to create animated, organic and lively pieces. His oeuvre has been presented and exhibited at prestigious international cultural institutions such as the Centre Georges Pompidou, the Corning Museum of Glass in New York City and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Rochechouart. He has partnered with Chanel, Hermès, Louis Vuitton, Barovier & Toso and Maison Bernardaud for numerous eclectic creations and collections.
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Muriel Balensi and her work are considered part of "The Art of Venetian Glass Beads", a practice that comes under the Immaterial Heritage classification granted by UNESCO.

MURIEL BALENSI

Muriel Balensi is a French born and Venice based artist. She felt called to Murano and to work with glass. Glass is a source of inspiration, escape and discovery for her. She has created a particular style of bead making consisting of arabesques, calligraphy, micro worlds and aquariums of dreams. Muriel and her work are considered part of "The Art of Venetian Glass Beads", a practice that comes under the Immaterial Heritage classification granted by UNESCO in January 2021.
Under this classification the knowledge know how and the artisans who work in this way are recognized and protected by UNESCO.
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