Ceramics by Andrea Branzi exhibition


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Andrea Branzi, Exhibition,

Until September 9 2012 the Triennale Design Museum presents a selection of ceramic works by designer Andrea Branzi.

Ceramics by Andrea Branzi exhibition
Andrea Branzi assigns great symbolic value to ceramic, as a material with strong anthropological connotations; the gesture of moulding it on the wheel and the importance of clay manufactures in human history, silent witnesses of man?s presence on the Earth and in a particular place, of human activities, discoveries and rituals.

The exhibition at the Triennale Design Museum explores the different series of ceramics produced by the designer in recent years.

The Portali series dating from 2007, for example, in which Andrea Branzi creates micro-habitats to be completed with floral elements to create architectural landscapes.
The dialogue between the natural and artificial is also present in his 2011 series: Bosco, inspired by Ikebana, and Roseti, in which geometric elements interact with organic, natural forms. The exhibition also includes his series of Nature Morte (2011) and Epigrammi (2010) and his 2011 works Orecchio and the Foglia sauce jug and teapot.

(Agnese Bifulco)

Title: Le ceramiche di Andrea Branzi (Ceramics by Andrea Branzi)
Dates: June 19 – September 9 2012
Location: Triennale Design Museum, Milan - Italy



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