Wall works, designed for installation and created specifically for the Rinascita exhibition, make up the Approdi project. They obey the desire to remember the highest Venetian season, when the distinguished lagoon city was queen of the principle maritime routes and the absolute hub of cultural and commercial exchanges. The creations focus on the traces of ancient portolans or on their photographic fragments fixed on canvas, combining pictorial interventions and signs with mosaic inserts. The works are therefore characterized by an artistic totality in which different but interacting lexicons integrate and coexist in perceptive compositional harmony and in mutual complementarity.