Painting and sculpture, the oldest figurative languages, meet “Face to Face” in eight contemporary artists’ visions at Pietrasanta’s Garage Bonci, starting March 30th.
The eight artists come to the conversation from differing backgrounds and with wildly differing approaches – they are, (and we link, whenever possible, to their respective websites:) Gianfranco Bianchi, Natalia Carrus, Luca Cecioni, Miho Iwahashi, L017, Bruno Larini, Pamela Napoletano, Katiuscia Rubin.
The Garage Bonci is turning into one of Pietrasanta’s more interesting art venues with shows by contemporary artists from all over the world, that challenge, stimulate … and - believe it or not – surprise.
Visit their website, linked here.
“Face to Face: Dialogues between Sculpture and Painting”
From the 30th of March 2013, to the 28th of April, 2013
Piazza della Repubblica, 3
Hours: Friday and Saturday from 4pm to 8pm and
Sundays from 11am to 1pm and from 3pm to 8pm
FREE and open to the public
Email the Garage: email@example.com
We link to a map for directions.
Source: Art is Limited \ Garage Bonci \ L017
Born in Shanghai, in 1984, Jacky Tsai came to London after completing a BA at the China Academy of Art to study at Central St Martins, quickly making an impact on the fashion world with his iconic Floral Skull design made for Alexander McQueen.