Andrea Agostini was born in Ancona in 1964, graduated at the State Art Institute of the city and graduated from I.S.I.A. of Urbino (Higher Institute of Art Industry). In 1989,…
Master Craftswoman and heir of the glorious ceramic tradition of Savona, Nadia Allario works in the small seaside village of Noli in the province of Savona.When she was young, she…
Luca Bellandi was born in Livorno in 1962. He attended the Pisa Institute of Art and subsequently graduated from the Academy of Art in Florence. He is initially attracted to…
Giovanni Cimatti has been a Professor at the Institute of Art of Siena, Director of the Drawing School and Plastic “T. Mainardi” in Faenza and Professor at the Art Institute…
Born in Florence in 1968, graduated in chemistry and pharmaceutical techniques, Deborah Ciolli began to dedicate to ceramics by attending the Atelier of Monica Borca and the Slate Laboratory of…
Matteo Cocci was born in 1974 in Prato where he lives and works. Graduated as a stage at the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence, he collaborates with Tuscan museums…
He is an historian artist of nude and Professor at the Balbo Academy of Bordighera.Enzo Consiglio was born in Polistena (RC) in 1943, he was a pupil of the painter…
Michele Fabbricatore was born in Florence in 1972. Since childhood he has been attracted by plastic art and drawing to such an extent that he decides to attend the Academy…
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