On  Saturday 15th october, in occasion of its third edition, DO UT DO, promoted by Associazione Amici della Fondazione Hospice Seràgnoli, was at Pinacoteca Nazionale in Bologna to fully exhibit for the first time.

Till the 13 November it exhibited 50 works of the collection 2016 and on the opening, 15th October, live performance of Danijel Zezelj with the music of dj Eddie Danielli.

On that occasion, you also had the possibility to visit the hous do ut do through a virtual 3D tour.

After the big success of the first edition in 2012 about contemporary art and to the fourth in 2014 about design, this biennial project of fundraising is back with an amazing edition with the Nobel for Literature Dario Fo and with the theme Casa do ut do by Alessandro Mendini, with 13 rooms created by important architects and designers: Alberto Biagetti, Mario Cucinella, Riccardo Dalisi, Michele De Lucchi, Stefano Giovannoni, Alessandro Guerriero, Massimo Iosa Ghini, Daniel Libeskind, Angelo Naj Oleari, Terri Pecora, Renzo Piano, Claudio Silvestrin, Nanda Vigo.

To see the complete rooms, please click on the following link: www.vitruviovirtualmuseum.com/doutdo/vr.html



With 50 works, a wonderful exhibition tuor in Pinacoteca Nazionale of Bologna (free entry) traces the history and different languages of great artists, who charachterized the years of this fundraising with pieces of art and design.


Complete view of the art pieces:



For this edition too, according to the traditional “drawing lots” method, every work is given to those, who contributed to Fondazione Hospice Seràgnoli onlus.


In this way, the do ut do formule is about great artists who, taking part in the project, give a work to sustain the assistance and care of patients with terminal diseases and the activities of education and study for palliative care at Campus Bentivoglio.

The works are given by chance to those who booked the do ut do ticket.

The drawing lot was on 16th December in Bologna at MAST – Manifattura di Arti, Sperimentazione e Tecnologia, with collectors, artists, architects, designers, producers and supporters of do ut do 2016.