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1 – 30 Sept. 2024

Homo Faber 2024: The Journey of Life

Art Direction by Luca Guadagnino and Nicolò Rosmarini
1 – 30 September 2024, from 10AM to 7PM
Venice, Fondazione Giorgio Cini
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About the 2024 edition

A celebration of contemporary craftsmanship
Inspiring Objects – Talented Artisans – A Global Experience
Homo Faber 2024 takes you on a journey through a human life viewed through the lens of craftsmanship.
In immersive exhibitions staged across the magnificent spaces of Fondazione Giorgio Cini, discover hundreds of handcrafted objects made by talented craftspeople from all over the world. Enjoy exceptional scenography, live artisan demonstrations and unique experiences from culinary ones to special tours.
Explore a treasure trove of artisanal addresses across Venice and visit the city in a new way with the Homo Faber in Città programme.

The 2024 edition

2024 in numbers

50+

COUNTRIES

400+

ARTISANS

800+

OBJECTS

50+

COUNTRIES

400+

ARTISANS

800+

OBJECTS

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A journey created by

Luca Guadagnino
Art Director

Luca Guadagnino

Art Director of Homo Faber 2024, with Nicolò Rosmarini, architect at studiolucaguadagnino.

Italian film director and producer, Luca Guadagnino, is the creative mastermind behind critically acclaimed films such as The Protagonists (1999), I Am Love (2009), Call Me By Your Name (2017), Suspiria (2018) and most recently Bones and All (2022).
Over the span of his career, he has received numerous accolades, including a Silver Lion, alongside nominations for an Academy Award and three BAFTA Awards.
In 2017, he set up studiolucaguadagnino, an esteemed interior architecture practice. Guadagnino follows a collaborative approach to designing spaces and creating sets, working hand-in-hand with artisans and heritage manufacturers to create custom-made pieces.
He finds enjoyment in details, striving to create spaces which invite an interaction between the people living in them and the spaces themselves. Every creative project he undertakes is material-led and plays with human senses through texture and visual aesthetics.

Nicolò Rosmarini
Art Director

Nicolò Rosmarini

Italian architect, Nicolò Rosmarini, graduated from the Polytechnic University of Milan in 2014.



Nicolò launched his career working for Studio Citterio Viel & Partners (ACPV), collaborating on important projects in Italy and abroad from 2015 until 2022, when he took up the role of Project Manager at studiolucaguadagnino.

PLAN YOUR VISIT

Our experiences

Papercraft workshops

Gourmet experiences

Homo Faber In Città

Beyond the walls of Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Homo Faber in Città invites you to enrich your experience by exploring craft across Venice.

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Planning your visit

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