Wopart, an exhibition event that brings together the most prestigious international gallery owners at the Lugano Exhibition Centre, during its seventh edition
(22 to 25 September 2022) made traditional works on paper – a rapidly expanding sector – and NFT works coexist. Thus confirming the exhibition’s liveliness in adapting to the most contemporary artistic trends.
Eberhard & Co. and Mersmann Watchmaking also exhibited in the VIP Lounge this year, the latest additions to the collection: Scafograf 200 Limited Edition, celebrating the 135th anniversary of the Eberhard & Co. Maison, and one of the latest models of Chrono 4 “21-42”, the latest version of the famous chronograph that revolutionised timekeeping in the third millennium.
Like every year, the Lounge also hosted an interesting work on paper, courtesy of Laura Paoletti, a well-known Italian artist who agreed to exhibit one of her most significant works: ‘Tramontata è la Luna’, a 2020 work created in ink on Japanese paper. It is an intimate narration through images inspired by reading Christine de Pizan’s book, Cité des Dames (1405).