The Vetrina project, conceived by Mara Sartore and curated by Lightbox for Vino Vero Venezia, transforms commercial shop windows into accessible exhibition spaces, breaking down barriers between contemporary art and the public. This catalog focuses on the theme of nature, explored through the works of various distinguished artists. Vetrina reclaims exhibition space for the street, inviting artists to create installations that engage passers-by. This approach challenges traditional notions of art galleries, which are often enclosed spaces known only to a select few.

The catalog highlights the contributions of artists such as Marie Denis, Elham M. Aghili, Ignazio Mortellaro, Lilla Tabasso, Lupo Borgonovo, Matilde Sambo, Fabio Roncato, Giorgia Severi, Cosima Montavoci, and Lorenzo Passi. These artists explore nature in diverse and thought-provoking ways, from hyper-realistic floral creations to sculptures that reflect the intricate relationship between the natural world and humanity.

Vetrina, at its core, prompts reflection on the concept of the "threshold" - a space that connects the inside and outside, the artist and the public, through a transparent boundary. It is a passage and a point of access, symbolizing the permeable border of a boundless horizon.