Nelle immagini di questo servizio: alcune delle più significative opere dei ceramisti italiani che hanno esposto alla mostra ospitata dal Macef Autunno 2004. In the pictures of this article: some of the most meaningful works of italian ceramists on show in Macef Autumn 2004.
figures. Aldo Londi, Biavati, Tulli, Recalcati, Candido Fior, Carlo Zauli, Leandro Lega, Fioravanti, and also Bruno Gambone, Franco Bucci are among the important artists at the show. There are also works of Giulio Busti, Tampieri, Budini and others, together with a first-rate generation of younger artists, producers, designers coming from an important “ceramics school” like Faenza. To mention only a few; Antonella Ravagli, FOS, Nedo Merendi, Mirko De Nicolò. Next to these, but always in the enormous space provided, a contrast - intentional - was created by the presence of other traditional ceramics coming from different “cities of ancient ceramic traditions” like: Deruta, Viterbo, Vietri sul Mare, Grottaglie, Gualdo Tadino, Montelupo, Napoli, Caltagirone, Nove, Castellamonte, Castelli, Orvieto, and others, besides Faenza. The purpose of this initiative is also to observe a wide panorama of Italian artistic ceramics and begin to analyze its different aspects and distinctive features, the specific needs of promotion. A way to valorize and an invitation to reflect, at the same time, for new projects.
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