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Qwalala is the second outdoor installation (following Hiroshi Sugimoto’s Glass Tea House Mondrian) commissioned by LE STANZE DEL VETRO. The work by American artist Pae White consists of a curving wall made of a series of solid glass-bricks, each hand-cast in the Veneto region. The title of the piece, Qwalala, is a Native American Pomo word and references the meandering flow of the Gualala river in Northern California, which the work echoes in both its structure and layout.


Fondazione Giorgio Cini Onlus
Isola di San Giorgio Maggiore
30124, Venice | Italy



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