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Between People and Architecture



Between People and Architecture

Inspired by small details of everyday life, Vittoria Zupicich’s exhibition Between People and Architecture shows how architectural space is where people move and interact with architectural design. The dynamic forms of modern architecture produce intriguing compositions, capturing the eye and showing architecture in a new and unexpected way. The individuals become part of the geometrical composition and convey the sense of space and scale while breaking the linear quality of the highly designed composition. Organized by Cooritalia, with the support of the Italian Cultural Institute of San Francisco About the artist Born and raised in Umbria, Italy, Vittoria attended the Accademia delle Belle Arti Pietro Vannucci in Perugia. Thanks to her dad, who used to take her to exhibitions, she learnt about art and painting as a way to tell the story of humanity and the evolution of society in the most intimate and genuine way. She graduated from a MFA in Photography at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco in 2013. Vittoria’s works had two Honorable Mentions in the International Photo Awards in 2014 and been published in Best of Photography 2014 by Photographer’s Forum Magazine. About Cooritalia CoorItalia is an Architectural Products company founded in 2001 that serves the High End Residential and Commercial Construction market. Its mission is to seamlessly tie client, architect, designer, artisan and builder into a single unit. CoorItalia works with the best of the prestigious European architectural, design and manufacturing tradition through its two divisions: Architectural Elements that specializes in natural stone, terracotta, wrought iron, and the Windows & Doors division that specializes in steel, bronze and hard wood doors and windows. Please call Cooritalia on (415) 339-5810 for more information or if you want to check opening hours in advance.


Date: Tuesday, June 02, 2015

Entrance : Free