Emilio and Annabianca Vedova, Venice, 60s


25 January 2003 is awarded the 28th “Premio Nonino” together with the Irish writer John Banville and the Portuguese neuroscientist Antonio R. Damaso.
In September, inaugurates a solo show at the Nothelfer Gallery in Berlin.
He is invitated to the exhibition “Arti & Architettura 1900-2000”, Palazzo Ducale, in Genoa (2004)
22 October 2004: inauguration of the new Berlinische Galerie with a permanent installation of the Absurdes Berliner Tagebuch’64.
In 2005 Vedova is contacted by Peggy Guggenheim’s grandson, Sandro Rumney, and begins work on a new cycle of monotypes entitled Spazio opposto, shown at the Guggenheim in 2007.
Between 2005 and 2006 takes part in a number of group exhibitions as well as exhibiting in personal shows arranged in his honour, among which an important travelling show in the United States curated by Francesca Valente at the Italian Cultural Institutes of Chicago, Toronto, Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York.
st September 2006 Annabianca Vedova dies and just a month later, 25th October 2006, Emilio Vedova follows her.