Aldo Gnesotto was born in Bassano in the sixties; he considers this reviews' snippet particularly significant in expressing his artistic view: “ An element progressively takes significance in Gnesottos' works, up to deeply mark it: and it is the elegant synthesis of shapes and colors, which appear to be increasingly filtered through his sensitivity. Then, his stones: a result of poetry and magic that from nothing acquires an human dignity full of essential attributes” (Pietro Franceschetti, “I sassi del Brenta, ultima mostra” at Palazzo Bachiglione in Vicenza)
The research for new solutions lead him to experiment with other material like wax, wood, silicone, synthetic resin and glass. However is great passion is OPERATED CLAY.
This material allows free expression and bring the piece to live on the basis of an ancient process.
Alessandro Guardini attended the art school "Paolo Branzoni" and Cignaroli Art Academy in Verona. He began his artistic career working as a classic statue maker, producing sculptures in every style, as requested by his clients.
Motivated by continue researching, today he feels the necessity of interpret the sculpture on his own way
Luca Cavalca was born in 1971; he attended sculpture course at Brera Art Academy in Milan, earning the degree of Art Master with the highest mark (110/110). At the same time he specialized in art-therapy
He works and lives between Milan and ligurian/Piedmont inland, were he moved a few years ago.
After many experiences between creativity, art, craftsmanship and social issues, his creative research combined with the spiritual research; as a result he decided to devoted himself mainly to contemporary sacred art; in this field he has found the full expressive and contemplative realization
After few years at Architecture University in Venice, Cristiano Urban met Aldo Rossi and followed his classes; thus began a collaboration, initially sporadic and later more and more assiduous that finally becoming a partnership for project as:
Contest for the Garibaldi-Repubblica area
Photo essay of "Elettra" scenic design in Taormina
Photo essay of Bonnenfantenmuseum
Office building in Canary Wharf, Dokland , Londra
Contest for the rearrangement of Santa Maria del Fiores' presbytery in Florence
Degree in Architecture, specialized in planning. Mentor: professor Aldo Rossi, subject: new "la Fenice" theater.
He currently is a freelance professional between Venice, Milan and London, where he designs and produces furniture for shops and private residences
Marco Chiurato, an italian artist known for his extraordinary mastery in sculpting sugar, decides to use the matter and the own effectiveness of artist action in order to turn over the emotion-reaction scheme. Therefore what appears as a provocation is instead a humorous exegesis of reality. The purpose of this interpretation is to take the person back on the trail of his deep feeling, of his innermost emotions, quoting the contest only as an expedient, an outflow valve for the psychic movement.
His artistic production, although moved by flights of fancy, is unified by the presentation of the ordinary – meant as the well-known, the everyday aspect of life – to deceive the intellect and avoid pondering, in order to let the feelings' genuineness prevail, even if naive. As a result the conformity is overcome by a genuine spirit that suspends judgment and emotionally bonds with what he sees, without a clear distinction between reality and his inner life.
Paolo Poloniato was born in 1979 in Bassano del Grappa. He comes from a family with an artistic tradition of ceramics: Giulio, his father, was one of the most important masters of decoration on majolica at Noves' Premiata Manifattura Antonibon – now named Barettoni – After high school he attended Academy of Fine Art of Venice, specializing in decoration with professor Gaetano Mainenti. In 2007 he earned the degree magna cum laude, with a thesis entitled "Art studio, time-space evolution".
His research includes the employment of many materials, chosen and dealt with according to the planned project and its aims .
Alberto Scremin was born in Bassano del Grappa in 1970; after a high school diploma as Art Master, ceramic section, he enrolled Architecture University (IUAV) in Venice and an advanced degree in design at IUAV of Treviso.
Then he began to work in the decor department and in professional bike world. For a period he worked in Barcellona, at the "gypsum studio" of Gaudìs' Sagrada Familia; with the collaboration of other architects he was able to study and investigate Gaudìs' geometry. This experience largely influenced his own research and production.
Cleto Munari was born in Gorizia, and lives and works in Vicenza. During 1973 he meets with Carlo Scarpa and thanks to his support he starts to work as industrial designer, for important international firms.
Architect and Designer, was born in Schio (Vi) in 1955. In 1977 he moved to Milan to work with Ettore Sottsass, becoming his partner in 1980. That same year, 1980, marked the creation of Memphis, of which Cibic was one of the designers and founders, under the guidance of Sottsass. Today the main activities take place in Milan, with Cibic&Partners following urban, architecture and interior projects, and Vicenza with CibicWorkshop involved in design and research. He also teaches at the Domus Academy in Milan, at Politecnico in Milan and at the University of Architecture of Venice. He is Honorary Professor at Tongiji University, Shanghai.
SECONDOBINARIO was born in 2014: a group of people impassioned about their profession decide to create a network of artists, sculptors and designers with the aim of experimenting new creations and sharing their experiences