Elegance and Innovation: San Polo 2102 Art Gallery

Welcome to the Heart of Venice

The S. Polo Art Gallery, overlooking the historic canals of Venice, offers a unique perspective in the heart of Venice, in the S. Polo district. Its privileged location makes it a must-visit destination for art enthusiasts.

A Bridge between Art, Architecture, and Technology

The gallery is committed to supporting innovative and original projects, exploring the intersection of art, architecture, and technology. This fusion creates an extraordinary experience reflected in the exhibited works.

Exploring the Worlds of Photography, Painting, and Sculpture

The eclectic program of the S. Polo Art Gallery offers an immersion into the worlds of photography, painting, and sculpture. Each visit is a journey through different forms of artistic expression.

The Collage of Art

The S. Polo Art Gallery is born from the desire to unite fragments of beauty. Art is seen as a collage, a meeting place of diverse forms of expression, united by a captivating and ever-changing vision.

Unique Works, Authenticity Certification

All exhibited works are unique pieces, accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist. The guarantee of genuineness transforms each visit into a unique experience.

Welcome and Enjoy Your Visit!

We are delighted to welcome you to the S. Polo Art Gallery. Enjoy an extraordinary artistic experience in the heart of Venice.

Luca Cavalca: Hand-Blown Murano Glass Works

Created in glass and entirely handcrafted, Luca Cavalca’s works represent a unique collaboration where traditional craftsmanship and contemporary forms intimately interact. Classic themes related to Venetian history are reinterpreted through the ancient techniques of Murano glass blowing, giving life to a unique collection with elegant and refined design, created by sculptor and designer Luca Cavalca.

Max Farina: Between Architecture and Photography

Max Farina, born in Milan in 1974, graduated in architecture from the Polytechnic University of Milan. Starting in 1991, he immersed himself in the world of photography, focusing on reportage, architecture, and landscape documentation. He conducted commissioned photographic research and initiated personal artistic projects. In parallel with his roles as an architect and photographer, in 2010, he founded the Farina Zerozero studio.

In 2012, he launched the Rivus Altus project, centered on the Rialto Bridge in Venice, an ongoing project. At the same time, Max Farina is creating a series of fragmented views over time through a process of “visual exhaustion,” coined with the neologism CRONORAMIs. For over 10 years, using an infinite photographic stakeout process, he has documented changes in cities like London, Paris, New York, Copenhagen, Milan, Venice, Lake Como, and many others.

In 2016, he organized a unique and comprehensive exhibition titled “Rivus Altus,” presenting the first two years of visual stakeout on the Rialto Bridge. In 2014, with the photographic project “Nella Città,” he won first prize in the “Periferie Possibili” contest organized by the Renzo Piano G124 group.

Beppe Borella: The MILLENIALS Series

Beppe Borella’s MILLENIALS series, with its immediately recognizable forms reminiscent of symbols of contemporary society and culture, draws inspiration from the iconic Lego figure, enlarged and crafted from a material as hard as it is precious, such as marble.


evokes the famous motto “peace no war.” The call to take a light-hearted approach to our future translates into the revaluation of the playful dimension, where games contribute to making our existence lighter. Transforming war elements into play objects means condemning the war, which over the centuries has brought only impoverishment and pain to humanity.

Beppe Borella’s works invite reflection on the challenges of contemporary life through a playful and critical lens, using marble to convey a powerful message of peace and hope for the future.

Sara Forte: A Multifaceted Artist

Sara Forte, born in 1978 in Verbania, is a self-taught artist who has dedicated her life to painting since a young age. She perfected her technique by experimenting with various artistic practices, from graphite and oil pastel drawing to drypoint etching, mezzotint, and aquatint, eventually transitioning to oil and acrylic solutions. What initially started as a passion has become her profession, and everything she presents is the result of her personal experience and artistic exploration.

Sara Forte’s works are characterized by a balance of shapes and colors, with a fusion of pictorial tradition and innovation ever-present. Over time, the initial inspiration

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